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Southern California Edison

About Southern California Edison
The energy industry is changing rapidly and dramatically. As global competition transforms the way companies do business, energy issues are no longer simply local, or even national. At the same time, its clear that the importance of providing reliable local service has never been more important.

Our heritage at Southern California Edison is is based on reliability. For more than 100 years we have provided high-quality, reliable electric service to more than 4.2 million business and residential customers over a 50,000 square mile service area in coastal, central, and southern California.

Of course, recent changes in the California's electric industry have affected us as well. In 1997, as part of the restructuring of the electric industry in our state, SCE sold its 12 fossil fuel generating stations and overhauled nearly every aspect of its business to prepare for the changing environment. While we still own and operate hydro and nuclear power facilities that serve our area, our main role is that of power transmission and distribution. The power needed for our customers is largely purchased from the California Power Exchange and provided by SCE to our customers without a price markup.

We also play an important role in the economic well being of our state. We have a decades-old commitment to assist businesses seeking to start, expand, or relocate to our service territory, through a comprehensive economic development program. We also believe in supporting energy-efficiency and have earned numerous awards, including the Green Lights Utility Ally of the Year Award, presented by the US Department of Energy and the US Environmental Protection Agency, for leadership in reducing energy usage among major business customers.

Finally, we take pride in not just what we do, but how we do business. We were cited by Fortune magazine in 1998 as the nation's leading corporation in our support of minority vendors, and by Working Woman magazine in 1996 for our health care programs that embrace the needs of women and their families. SCE fields a corps of employee volunteers who annually donate more than 700,000 hours of work to community and non-profit organizations. It is a major economic and social force actively striving to improve the quality of life in the hundreds of communities in which its 12,000 employees, thousands of retirees, and their families, live and work.

At SCE we want you to know that even in times of change, we retain our proven commitment to service, reliability, innovation, and the community.

Southern California Edison registered with NukeWorker on 05/08/2003. They have posted a total of 382 jobs on our system, and curently have 0 jobs avaliable.

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