Edison International

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About Edison International

Edison International is an investor owned organization headquartered in Rosemead, California and serving customers in 14 counties in California including counties such as Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, and Fresno County. The supplier has 22,664 industrial customer accounts, 3,307,406 residential customer accounts and 479,938 commercial customers whom they provide electricity services to. Edison International has an average residential electricity rate of 22.51 cents per kilowatt hour. This is, luckily, 3.59% less than the state's average rate of 23.35 cents, resulting in the company ranking 59th best for average electricity price out of 67 suppliers in the state. In 2020 Edison International had sales to end users totaling 58,845,770 megawatt hours and wholesale sales of 58,845,770 megawatt hours. Of the megawatt hours they sourced, 10,184,310 of them were generated by electricity generation facilities owned by the provider and 56,591,078 megawatt hours were obtained via wholesale channels. The total revenue for the company in 2020 from electricity sales was $12,727,507,000, with 74.68% coming from retail sales to end users and 1.90% from sales to the wholesale electricity market.

The average residential power bill for a customer of Edison International is $125.41 per month. The company is the 22nd largest producer of hydroelectric power in the nation out of 3509 providers, with total production reaching 1,935,285 megawatt hours. Solar facilities owned or operated by the supplier produce 68,921 megawatt hours, which is 0.77% of their total production. The company is the 130th highest company in the United States out of 3509 companies for megawatt hours produced by burning natural gas.

Edison International Net Metering

Offering net metering to customers is a win-win situation for Edison International and any residents who get their electricity from the company. This makes it cheaper for people who are interested to install solar and other electricity options as they have the ability to sell unneeded kilowatt hours back to the electricity supplier.

Energy Loss

Losing electricity from heat dissipation during electricity transmission and other causes is part of being in the electricity generation business. Companies must report these losses to government agencies who track electricity infrastructure efficiencies. Edison International recently reported a yearly loss of about 5.43% of the electricity that they transmit. This percentage of electricity lost earns them a rank of 29th best out of 63 providers who report energy loss in the state.

Edison International Rate & Electric Bills

Edison International residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in April.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.300/kWh$0.062/kWh$232.98/mo.$20.89/mo.
2904th22.51¢Edison International's Average residential price per kWh
2021st$125.41Average monthly electricity bill for Edison International's residential customers

Edison International Overview

  • Company Type:Investor Owned
  • Subsidiary Company:Southern California Edison
  • Headquarters:2244 Walnut Grove Avenue
    Rosemead, California 91770
    United States of America
  • CEO:Pedro J. Pizarro

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    Quick Facts About Edison International

    Edison International produces 22.26% of their electricity from sustainable fuel sources, which ranks them 308th out of the 3509 providers we track in the US.

    Edison International generates 77.74% of their total electricity generation from non-renewable fuel types. The total electricity produced from non-renewable sources is 6,998,482.9 megawatt hours, which is 130th most in the country out of 3509 providers.

    Edison International is 40th out of 3509 companies in the country for total megawatt hours produced from nuclear facilities.

    As the 136th largest producer of electricity in the US, Edison International produces 9,002,688.9 megawatt hours of electricity.

    Energy provider of the year for California, Major Provider Category
    Top 3 Largest Producer of Renewable Electricity
    California, Major Provider Category
    Claim Award

    Energy Loss

    Edison International's energy loss due to business operations.

    -5.43%

    Total Energy Loss

    3,630,383MWh

    1010 National Rank

    Edison International Energy Makeup

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    Edison International State Coverage

    StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
    California3,810,00811,022,483,0001100%

    Edison International County Coverage

    CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
    Fresno County1,008,654527.18$112.42/mo
    Imperial County179,702415.31$170.72/mo
    Inyo County19,016423.45$101.44/mo
    Kern County909,235425.48$106.82/mo
    Kings County152,486427.44$113.28/mo
    Los Angeles County10,014,0091423.26$102.05/mo
    Mono County13,195423.43$100.30/mo
    Orange County3,186,989525.14$101.35/mo
    Riverside County2,418,1851022.13$113.34/mo
    San Bernardino County2,181,6541023.13$102.07/mo

    Power Plants Owned by Edison International

    PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
    Maricopa County AZ Nuclear 31,349,128
    Mountainview Generating StationSouthern California Edison (100.00%)
    Redlands CA Natural Gas 1,901,630.68800,258,136.16420.83
    Fresno County CA Conventional Hydroelectric 415,768
    Madera County CA Conventional Hydroelectric 391,092
    Fresno County CA Conventional Hydroelectric 254,130
    Big Creek CDP CA Conventional Hydroelectric 165,701
    Madera County CA Conventional Hydroelectric 165,510
    Kern County CA Conventional Hydroelectric 122,358
    Fresno County CA Conventional Hydroelectric 100,850
    Fresno County CA Conventional Hydroelectric 67,191

    Edison International Fuel Makeup

    NUCLEAR
    Nuclear
    Nuclear
    Nuclear
    Nuclear
    Nuclear
    Nuclear
    55.02%
    NATURAL GAS
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    Natural Gas
    22.39%
    CONVENTIONAL HYDROELECTRIC
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    Conventional Hydroelectric
    21.50%
    SOLAR
    Solar
    0.77%
    DISTILLATE FUEL OIL
    Distillate Fuel Oil
    0.32%
    OTHER
    Other
    0.01%

    Cities Edison International Has Coverage

    • Adelanto, CA
    • Agoura Hills, CA
    • Alhambra, CA
    • Aliso Viejo, CA
    • Anaheim, CA
    • Apple Valley, CA
    • Arcadia, CA
    • Artesia, CA
    • Avalon, CA
    • Baldwin Park, CA
    • Barstow, CA
    • Beaumont, CA
    • Bell, CA
    • Bell Gardens, CA
    • Bellflower, CA
    • Beverly Hills, CA
    • Big Bear Lake, CA
    • Bishop, CA
    • Blythe, CA
    • Bradbury, CA
    • Brea, CA
    • Buena Park, CA
    • Calabasas, CA
    • California City, CA
    • Calimesa, CA
    • Camarillo, CA
    • Canyon Lake, CA
    • Carpinteria, CA
    • Carson, CA
    • Cathedral City, CA
    • Cerritos, CA
    • Chino, CA
    • Chino Hills, CA
    • Claremont, CA
    • Colton, CA
    • Commerce, CA
    • Compton, CA
    • Corona, CA
    • Costa Mesa, CA
    • Covina, CA
    • Cudahy, CA
    • Culver City, CA
    • Cypress, CA
    • Delano, CA
    • Desert Hot Springs, CA
    • Diamond Bar, CA
    • Downey, CA
    • Duarte, CA
    • Eastvale, CA
    • El Monte, CA
    • El Segundo, CA
    • Exeter, CA
    • Farmersville, CA
    • Fillmore, CA
    • Fontana, CA
    • Fountain Valley, CA
    • Fullerton, CA
    • Garden Grove, CA
    • Gardena, CA
    • Glendora, CA
    • Goleta, CA
    • Grand Terrace, CA
    • Hanford, CA
    • Hawaiian Gardens, CA
    • Hawthorne, CA
    • Hemet, CA
    • Hermosa Beach, CA
    • Hesperia, CA
    • Hidden Hills, CA
    • Highland, CA
    • Huntington Beach, CA
    • Huntington Park, CA
    • Indian Wells, CA
    • Inglewood, CA
    • Irvine, CA
    • Irwindale, CA
    • Jurupa Valley, CA
    • La Cañada Flintridge, CA
    • La Habra, CA
    • La Habra Heights, CA
    • La Mirada, CA
    • La Palma, CA
    • La Puente, CA
    • La Verne, CA
    • Laguna Beach, CA
    • Laguna Hills, CA
    • Laguna Niguel, CA
    • Laguna Woods, CA
    • Lake Elsinore, CA
    • Lake Forest, CA
    • Lakewood, CA
    • Lancaster, CA
    • Lawndale, CA
    • Lindsay, CA
    • Loma Linda, CA
    • Lomita, CA
    • Long Beach, CA
    • Los Alamitos, CA
    • Lynwood, CA
    • Malibu, CA
    • Mammoth Lakes, CA
    • Manhattan Beach, CA
    • Maywood, CA
    • McFarland, CA
    • Menifee, CA
    • Mission Viejo, CA
    • Monrovia, CA
    • Montclair, CA
    • Montebello, CA
    • Monterey Park, CA
    • Moorpark, CA
    • Moreno Valley, CA
    • Murrieta, CA
    • Newport Beach, CA
    • Norco, CA
    • Norwalk, CA
    • Ojai, CA
    • Ontario, CA
    • Orange, CA
    • Oxnard, CA
    • Palm Desert, CA
    • Palm Springs, CA
    • Palmdale, CA
    • Palos Verdes Estates, CA
    • Paramount, CA
    • Perris, CA
    • Pico Rivera, CA
    • Placentia, CA
    • Pomona, CA
    • Port Hueneme, CA
    • Porterville, CA
    • Rancho Cucamonga, CA
    • Rancho Mirage, CA
    • Rancho Palos Verdes, CA
    • Redlands, CA
    • Redondo Beach, CA
    • Rialto, CA
    • Ridgecrest, CA
    • Rolling Hills, CA
    • Rolling Hills Estates, CA
    • Rosemead, CA
    • San Bernardino, CA
    • San Dimas, CA
    • San Fernando, CA
    • San Gabriel, CA
    • San Jacinto, CA
    • San Marino, CA
    • Santa Ana, CA
    • Santa Barbara, CA
    • Santa Clarita, CA
    • Santa Fe Springs, CA
    • Santa Monica, CA
    • Santa Paula, CA
    • Seal Beach, CA
    • Sierra Madre, CA
    • Signal Hill, CA
    • Simi Valley, CA
    • South El Monte, CA
    • South Gate, CA
    • South Pasadena, CA
    • Stanton, CA
    • Tehachapi, CA
    • Temecula, CA
    • Temple City, CA
    • Thousand Oaks, CA
    • Torrance, CA
    • Tulare, CA
    • Tustin, CA
    • Twentynine Palms, CA
    • Upland, CA
    • Vernon, CA
    • Victorville, CA
    • Villa Park, CA
    • Visalia, CA
    • Walnut, CA
    • West Covina, CA
    • West Hollywood, CA
    • Westlake Village, CA
    • Westminster, CA
    • Whittier, CA
    • Wildomar, CA
    • Woodlake, CA
    • Yorba Linda, CA
    • Yucaipa, CA
    • Yucca Valley, CA

    * City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.

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    Edison International FAQ:

    What percentage of Edison International's electricity is produced from renewable fuel sources?

    Electric production plants owned by or associated with Edison International generate 22.26% of their electricity from renewable fuel sources.

    Does Edison International have any subsidiary companies?

    Southern California Edison is owned by Edison International.

    What percentage of Edison International's electricity is produced from nonrenewable fuel sources?

    Edison International produces 77.74% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuel sources.

    What is the average bundled electricity rate for Edison International customers?

    Edison International's current average bundled electricity rate is 22.51 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh), compared to the average state bundled rate of 23.35 cents and the average national rate of 13.71 cents.

    How much is the average bundled bill for Edison International customers each month?

    The average monthly bundled electric bill for customers of Edison International is $125.41. The California average bundled bill is $127.04 and the US average is $127.04.

    How many counties does Edison International offer service to?

    There are 14 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by Edison International.

    Who is the CEO of Edison International?

    Pedro J. Pizarro is the CEO of Edison International.

    What is the phone number for Edison International?

    You can reach Edison International by phone via (800) 655-4555.

    How many power plants are owned by or associated with Edison International?

    There are 57 power plants associated with or owned by Edison International.

    What cities does Edison International supply electricity in?

    Edison International has customers in 185 cities.

    Last Reviewed By: Ginalyn Gelera
    Published: 2022-03-13