2019 Sustainability Report

Sustainability is at the core of our vision to lead the transformation of
the electric power industry toward a clean energy future. We are
committed to providing safe, reliable, affordable, and clean energy to
our customers while considering the long-term interests of all our


Report Summary and Key Documents

Chief Executive Officer’s Letter

Pedro J. Pizarro
President and Chief Executive Officer

On behalf of the 13,000 women and men of Edison International, I’m pleased to share our company’s 2019 sustainability performance. Sustainability is central to our vision to lead the transformation of the electric power industry, and we remain committed to doing our part to respond to the global climate crisis.

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Our Sustainability Goals

As a company, we have made long-term, public commitments related to four of our material ESG issues: Climate Change & GHG Emissions, Transportation Electrification, Safety & Health and Diversity & Inclusion. They reflect the areas where we think we can have the biggest impact. Our Climate Change & GHG Emissions reduction goal is aligned with California law.

Our sustainability goals

Deliver 100% Carbon-free Energy to SCE Customers by 2045

Increase electric vehicle charging infrastructure across SCE's service territory and electrification of SCE's transportation fleet

Achieve Gender Parity in Senior Operating Roles by 2030


Achieve Public and Worker Safety Goals at SCE

2019 in review

SCE Carbon-free Electricity



SCE Charge Ready ports



Edison Energy Renewable PPAs


Recruitment Marketing Pioneer

Fortune 500

SCE Diverse Suppliers Spend


Community Investments


SCE Economic Development



U.S. DOE Innovation Challenge

SCE Tier 1

Gold Prize

Our response to Covid-19

Our 2019 Sustainability Report is being produced in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our company and all our stakeholders have been impacted during this unprecedented time, and our top priority is continuing to provide safe and reliable service when customers need us most.

Learn more about how we’re responding to Covid-19

Wildfire mitigation progress

In 2019, SCE accelerated plans to mitigate wildfire risks associated with its infrastructure. We made substantial progress by year-end 2019 and met or exceeded nearly all our goals in the 2019 Wildfire Mitigation Plan.

Exceeded our goal for replacing 96 circuit miles of overhead power lines with insulated wires, replacing more than 300 miles in 2019

Installed fast-acting fuses at over 10,000 locations (over 7,500 locations in 2019) to reduce electrical currents during the instance of a downed wire

Installed 161 high-definition cameras to monitor SCE's high fire risk area (HFRA) (91 in 2019 alone), reaching saturation point for cameras

Installed 482 weather stations in HFRA (over 350 installed in 2019)

Conducted enhanced inspections on 100% of our overhead distribution and transmission infrastructure in high fire risk areas over approximately five months – work which would have previously been performed over three- or five-year cycle under standard requirements