Southern California Edison (SCE) is one of the nation's largest investor-owned electric utilities, serving more than 14 million people in a 50,000 square-mile area of central, coastal and southern California excluding the City of Los Angeles and certain other cities. This SCE service territory includes more than 180 cities.
Edison Mission Group is a holding company which acts through numerous subsidiaries to manage the competitive power generation business and other unregulated subsidiaries of Edison International. Headquartered in Irvine, California, EMG subsidiary Edison Mission Energy (EME) is an independent power producer engaged in the business of owning, leasing, operating and selling energy and capacity from electric power generation facilities. EME also conducts price risk management and energy trading activities through Edison Mission Marketing and Trading (EMMT), which is based in Boston.
In 2009, Edison reported revenues of $12.3 billion and net income of $849 million.
1886 - Holt and Knupps illuminates Visalia,
California, street lights. Earliest predecessor of Southern California
1963 - California Electric Power Company, serving 450,000 customers over a 41,500-square-mile area, merges with SCE.
1988 - The company forms a parent holding company for the electric utility subsidiary, SCE, and the non-utility subsidiaries.
1996 - The holding company name changes to Edison International to symbolize the broader scope of its business in a changing marketplace.
2006 - The company completed a new 1,054 MW power plant in Redlands, CA. This was the first new power generating station in the LA basin in the past 30 years.
In addition, depending on the company and
employee classification, many Edison International employees
enjoy access to:
Updated September 21, 2010