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        Meeting the Energy Needs of the 21st Century

        At Edison, we’re looking ahead to the challenges of the future, and addressing them in innovative ways today. Our utility, Southern California Edison, is modernizing the electric grid to support California’s transition to a clean energy future that meets the expectations of our customers and reduces the greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change.

        Facts at a Glance

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        CA Renewable Goal


        BY 2030

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        SCE's vision for EVs in CA


        BY 2030

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        CA 2024 Energy Storage Goal



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        CA 2030 Energy Efficiency Goal



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        CA GHG Reduction Goal


        BY 2030

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        CA GHG Reduction Goal


        BY 2050

        The Smart Grid

        SCE is upgrading infrastructure and bringing the smart grid to life through advanced technology.

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        Building Electrification

        Electrifying homes and buildings is an important component of plans to reach California’s greenhouse gas reduction goals.

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        Electric Vehicles

        Our utility is working on innovative projects to advance cleaner electric transportation in Southern California.

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        Energy Storage

        Using new technologies for storing energy, we can make the grid more efficient.

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        Distributed Energy Resources

        We see potential for distributed energy resources to help meet electricity demand, so we're testing new technologies.

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        Preferred Resources Pilot

        PRP is a multi-year study to determine whether clean energy resources can offset increasing customer demand for electricity in Orange County.

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