Southern California Edison Energy Transition Journey

In an interview with Guidehouse and Public Utilities Fortnightly, SoCal Edison CEO discusses decarbonization

As organizations continue on their energy transition journey, California remains a leader in renewable energy targets, driven in part by natural disasters like heat waves and wildfires, along with an increasing energy demand.


Southern California Edison CEO Steve Powell sat down with Chris Rogers, partner at Guidehouse, and the Public Utilities Fortnightly's Steve Mitnick to discuss the challenges and opportunities the utility is facing in its decarbonization journey.  The discussion covers key updates in the energy industry and focuses on demand response in dealing with heat waves, the growing electricity demand, balancing decarbonization efforts with affordability, as well as the biggest challenges and opportunities in the pathway to 2045. 


This article is part of a series of interviews with Western states utility CEOs that Guidehouse is conducting with Public Utilities Fortnightly. The interview with CEO of San Diego Gas & Electric Caroline Winn and CEO of Xcel Energy Bob Frenzel can be found here, and the interview with Portland General Electric CEO Maria Pope can be found here.

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