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Where is Southern California Edison Corporate office Headquarters

Southern California Edison Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 2244 Walnut Grove Ave, Rosemead, CA 91770, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 800-655-4555
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 13599
  • Established: 1908
  • Founder: Henry E. Huntington and John S. Eastwood
  • Key People: Kevin M. Payne

Southern California Edison Headquarters Location & Directions

Southern California Edison Headquarters Executive Team



Kevin M. Payne

CEO & Director

onald Owen Nichols


William M. Petmecky III

Senior VP & CFO

Douglas R. Bauder

Chief Procurement Officer and VP of Operational Svcs, Safety, Security & Business Resiliency

Caroline Choi

Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs

Stuart R. Hemphill

Senior Vice President of Customer & Operational Services

Philip R. Herrington

Senior Vice President of Transmission & Distribution

About Southern California Edison, History and Headquarters Information

Southern California Edison is the primary electricity supply company mostly in Southern California. It serves 14 million people as it provides them with electricity across a service territory of approximately 50,000 square miles. SCE owns and handles a regulated gas and water utility. SCE is the sole commercial provider of natural gas and fresh water service to Santa Catalina Island, including cities like Avalon, California. SCE manages the utilities under Catalina Island Gas Company and Catalina Island Water Company. This organization has placed 1,000 charging stations all over their Southern and Central California service area.

In November, 2014, this company joined hands with Ice Energy to make available more efficient energy storage by a technique which is to freeze water at night when electricity is cheaper.

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  • Abel says:

    So I called a total of 6 times already and still doesn’t get the help I was requesting. There’s only 4 of us on the house which we just move in last week of Feb. house is new and on a new gated community. For the last 3 months our average usage per month is 1400 kw. We asked for review and investigation of this smart meter, we feel it got too smart that our consumption is picking up 6 times more than our peak time usage. We need to know why it is consistently happening from 1:00 am to 6:00 am, when nobody is awake and all lights are off. By the way we don’t have a pool, no electric car and was not using AC for 2months now. I will truly appreciate if some one can at least reach back to us and offer help on this issue. This is truly frustrating and is giving us unhealthy environment and sleepless nights.

  • Marty says:

    I live 30 minutes away from shaver lake and pay for a boat slip at shaver Marina. $1200.00 is what it cost me from April 15, to October 16.
    Now I understand that with covid 19 going around it was practical to shut down the lake for a little while for safety reasons, I know now it is time for you guys to open this lake up.. Most lakes in the area have already opened and the state has given permission for you to do so. What better place to social distance then being out on the lake away from other people..please open shaver lake?? Why wont you?? Please open the lake!!

  • Virhinia says:

    I did not get a bill for five months that qualified me for the rule seventeen act. Now Edison wants to act as if that rule is nonexistent. Wow, I have made several attempts with customer service and they hang up on me each time I call. This is unfair and not right. Elder abuse at its finest.

  • Dr. Steve J. Ruzicka says:

    I appreciate the efforts done by SCE to upgrade their electrical poles. After a few months of repeated requests to finish their work (hole in the ground never filled in plus food dirt around the pole), I decided to do it myself and bring the safety cones back to their office. On a further note, I was alerted by an CSE representative that our neighbor did not declare their solar panels. After checking with the owners and the contractor, I was shown all the official paperwork, contradicting totally the representative.
    This shows a pretty disorganized communication within SCE. Why? Just look at the top for responsibility and accountability. Mr Payne, time to get involved.

  • Dana Baker says:

    We moved to southern California in March of 2016, SCE has held 755.00 of our money for over 3 years in two separate accounts. We are on a fixed income, we requested the billing date be changed to the end or first of the month. We have to get extensions some months until our social security hits the bank. I was told by a representative in June of 2019 that these extensions were not considered lates unless we did not pay on the extended date. We were also told that there would be a review in July 2019 and that most likely our deposits would be returned at that time. NOPE! because we had gotten an extension in June and so the pay on time count starts all over!! This is ridiculous, how many millions of dollars does SCE hold earning interest that they are using to run their business? Disgraceful. We were just told that the extensions even though they are offered by SCE and accepted they are considered lates and a late fee is assessed and we will never get our deposits returned.

  • art says:

    who is the 2nd entity that is billing us. letterhead reads TOU -D-A Am receiving bills from them and from you for the same billing period. Need clarification

  • Irene Miscione says:

    I have not had a bill from the company since March. I have been told that there is a billing issue. I have been making monthly payments to avoid a huge bill. However, I want and need an up to date hill.

  • Eileen Landon says:

    The customer service you provide is the worst I have ever experienced. When you cannot call and talk to anyone is unacceptable. As a senior citizen I know you can do better than what I have experienced in the last several months.

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