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Helping Keep Nesting Birds Safe
When birds of other animals nest on electric grid infrastructure, SCE has specially trained crews that work to protect wildlife and avoid power outages.
Nesting season, March 1-Oct. 31 is a busy time for SCE's Avian Protection program. Learn how trained crews safely relocate nests and an on-site biologist observe from a distance to ensure the adult birds return and continue to tend the nest.
Measuring the Impact of a Record Snowpack
SCE helps Sierra communities rebound from historic storms while preparing for a potentially dangerous snowmelt.
Back-to-back atmospheric rivers that pummeled California since the first days of the new year have accumulated into a historic snowpack, creating beautiful scenery the Sierra has not seen for many years. Below the untouched powder lies both opportunity and challenges.
Satisfy Your EV Curiosity During Earth Month
Edison International sponsors electric vehicle showcases as part of Drive Electric Earth Day, helping customers consider a switch from gas to green.
The national initiative that started on April 1 aims to create a less-intimidating relationship between EV-curious individuals and vehicles through a series of community events. The goal: to help carve the path to a clean energy future.
10 Tips for an Eco-Friendly Home
Southern California Edison offers easy everyday actions to make your home greener on Earth Day.
Earth Day is April 22, but caring about the environment doesn't have to be confined to 24 hours, especially because it only takes a little extra effort to be energy conscious every day. Southern California Edison has these tips to help ease into a greener lifestyle and protect Mother Earth.
Long Beach Port Operators Lead the Way to Zero Emissions Goal
Partnering with SCE and others, SSA Terminals is electrifying its equipment and helping the port meet an important decarbonization goal by 2023.
SSA Terminals, which operates three berths out of a 201-acre site at the port, worked with Southern California Edison to retrofit its existing cranes to be entirely electric, converting nine 1,000-horsepower diesel engines to fully electrified versions.
Transportation Electrification Gains Momentum
All-Electric Buildings: Clean Energy's Next Frontier
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