UTILITIES WANT ROOFTOP SOLAR TO COUNT California: Utilities urge for DG solar to count towards 50% renewables goal Becky Beetz, 9 July 2015 (PV Magazine) Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and Southern California Edison (SCE) want...Show More Summary
NEC Corporation and NEC Energy Solutions (“NEC Energy”) announced today that they have completed the installation of a 2.4MW, 3.9MWh GSS grid energy storage site in Orange, California for utility Southern California Edison (SCE). The system has successfully passed commissioning testing and is now available for full operation. This is the first energy storage system […]
Southern California Edison (SCE) has begun updating their grid infrastructure in Uptown Whittier in a $1.1 million project — adding half a mile of electrical cable, six pole replacements, and other upgrades to the infrastructure in the community.Whittier, California. Show More Summary
Southern California Edison (SCE) is planning 33 megawatts (MW) of rooftop solar and intends to work with SunEdison on the project. In October, SCE launched a fourth round of solicitations for their Solar PV Project (SPVP4), which encourages rooftop solar installations. Source: SCE teams with SunEdison for 33 MW solar project – FierceEnergy
SunEdison, a solar project developer based in St. Louis, MO, has sealed another deal with Southern California Edison (SCE), an electric utility that serves more than 14 million customers in southern California, to install 33 megawatts (MW) of rooftop solar, enough to power the equivalent of about 63,000 homes. Scheduled to [...]
With aging infrastructure across the United States, utilities are working to upgrade their systems — and are doing so in all different ways. Southern California Edison (SCE) has announced a $12 million investment into improvements in downtown Santa Barbara. Show More Summary
More than 50 million smart meters have been deployed in the United States to date, with Southern California Edison responsible for about five million units in its service territory. Now that the billing functions have been fully implemented, utilities like SCE are looking at the next step for smart meters — specifically, how the data […]
A growing scandal about improper communications between power companies and state regulators has spread to the state's second-largest private utility, Southern California Edison.
Ever since California’s Public Utilities Commission announced a new energy storage mandate last year, the storage market in California has exploded. Last week, Southern California Edison (SCE) announced that it would acquire 250 MW of energy storage system as part of a larger plan. read more
The world's biggest battery is coming to California. Last week, Southern California Edison (SCE) revealed the winners of a massive 250-megawatt energy storage procurement round, one that could set new standards for incorporating distributed and customer-owned energy assets into grid operations. read more
The Tehachapi Energy Storage Project — the biggest battery energy storage project to date in North America — has now opened. The 32 MWh battery energy storage system built by Southern California Edison (SCE) comprises lithium-ion batteries...Show More Summary
Southern California Edison has signed contracts for more than 1,300 megawatts of new solar power across seven large-scale projects, according to a release. The utility has also recontracted 225 megawatts of geothermal energy with the existing California source, Geysers Power. read more
Southern California Edison recently launched another round of solicitations for small-scale renewable source projects, including solar, wind, geothermal and biomass, with the goal of procuring up to 290 megawatts from smaller-scale renewable projects through a Renewable Auction Mechanism (RAM). Show More Summary
In 2013, California electric utilities continued to lead the way in smart grid deployment. Specifically, Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E), San Diego Gas and Electric (SDG&E), and Southern California Edison (SCE) have reached a point in their smart grid plans where most of the hard grid assets (physical assets such as equipment, smart meters, etc.) Continue reading ?
Southern California Edison (SCE) wants at least $2.4 billion from ratepayers over the next seven years to cover the costs of the shuttered San Onofre nuclear plant, according to the Associated Press. The San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) in southern California was initially shut down in January 2012 after operators discovered damaged tubing in [...]
ecobee’s Smart Si thermostat with ZigBee Smart Energy Profile (SEP) is now compatible with Southern California Edison’s (SCE) advanced metering infrastructure network. via Renew Grid: Content / Products & Technology / ecobee Thermostats Now Compatible With SCE’s Smart Grid.
Energy efficiency and smart thermostat company ecobee’s Smart Si thermostat with ZigBee Smart Energy Profile (SEP) is now compatible with Southern California Edison’s (SCE) advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) network. As a compatible...Show More Summary
Southern California Edison (SCE) released a white paper today regarding insights gleaned from its Electric Vehicle (EV) readiness program. The paper, titled “Charged Up: Southern California Edison’s Key Learnings about Electric Vehicles,...Show More Summary
Southern California Edison is the latest utility to leverage smart thermostats that are already peppered through its territory for residential demand response. Rather than just picking one or two thermostat manufacturers, SCE has teamed up with a range of thermostat makers and service providers for its latest pilot. Show More Summary
EnergyHub and Southern California Edison (SCE) announced that EnergyHub is enrolling thermostats from a number of thermostat manufacturers and service providers, including Alarm.com, Radio Thermostat Company of America, Vivint, and several...Show More Summary