Electrifying the Future of California's Infrastructure

As California ramps up its commitment to reducing air pollution, Southern California Edison (SCE) is leading the charge for utilities in the electric vehicle (EV) charging space. To accommodate the state’s goal of having 30% of vehicles on the road electric by 2030, SCE needed to establish an expansive charging infrastructure program.

A PIONEERING UTILITY EMBARKS ON AN EV CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM

A collaborative approach allows customer-side adoption for EVs while helping California meet air pollution reduction goals.

PROJECT STATS

CLIENT
Southern California Edison

LOCATION
Southern California

Southern California Edison, one of the nation’s largest electric utilities, delivers power to 15 million customers and nearly 800,000 businesses across Southern California. In response to the state’s commitment to reducing greenhouse gases and air pollution through electric vehicle adoption, SCE has established a Clean Power and Electrification Pathway to put more than 7 million EVs and more than 200,000 electric trucks and buses on California roads and in its freight yards by 2030.

7M+

GOAL FOR EVs BY 2030

200K+

GOAL FOR ELECTRIC TRUCKS AND BUSES IN SERVICE BY 2030

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Jason Weller

Jason Weller

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