Michael Marelli

Vice President, Business Customer Division
Southern California Edison

Mike Marelli is vice president of the Business Customer Division at Southern California Edison (SCE).  He is responsible for overseeing SCE’s relationships with its major industrial, commercial and governmental customers.  In addition, he is responsible for leading cross functional initiatives including outage communication improvement efforts, streetlight strategies and efforts to stimulate business development.

Marelli joined SCE in 2004 and has more than 25 years of experience in the energy industry in a variety of leadership roles in engineering, marketing, business development, wholesale energy markets and regulatory affairs. 

Previously, Marelli was director of Strategic Planning at Edison International, leading the development of the company’s fiber strategy.  In the regulatory group, he was the director of SCE’s General Rate Case (GRC), leading the development and presentation of the 2015 GRC through the extensive review and approval process at the California Public Utilities Commission.  Prior to that, Marelli was director of Risk Control overseeing SCE’s Enterprise Risk Management Program and Energy Procurement Risk Management activities.  He has also served in various Power Procurement roles at SCE, responsible for overseeing the negotiation and management of both renewable power purchase agreements and conventional power products for the company’s bundled customer power portfolio.

Before joining SCE, Marelli spent several years at Sempra International developing new businesses, including greenfield natural gas distribution companies.  He worked four years in management consulting at PA Consulting Group, providing clients solutions to manage business challenges in the wholesale energy markets.  Marelli has also worked for the Southern California Gas Company introducing new technologies to the market and securing new business opportunities. 

Marelli earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical and Aeronautical engineering from the University of California at Davis, and is a registered Professional Engineer in the State of California.

Michael Marelli