July 23, 2024

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Utility CEOs See Ongoing Role for Gas, Nuclear in Decarbonization
Utility executives told state regulators that natural gas and nuclear power will be part of the electric mix for decades as the industry decarbonizes.
Edison International
SCE Sees Wildfire Risk Decline as Load Outlook Improves
Independent measures show Southern California Edison has sharply reduced its financial risk from catastrophic wildfires compared with pre-2018 levels, Edison International CEO Pedro Pizarro said.
The U.S. Center
Edison Electric Institute and Biden Admin Work Together at COP26
U.S. National Climate Advisor Gina McCarthy, several U.S. utility executives and the Edison Electric Institute discussed President Biden's goals at COP26.
No Turning Back on Decarbonization, CEOs Say
The CEOs of Edison International, DTE Energy, Ameren, Exelon and Xcel Energy told EEI there is no turning back on increasing renewables and decarbonization.
U.S. Forest Service
Edison Takes Partial Blame for Wildfire in Earnings Call
Edison International’s president said that equipment owned by its Southern California Edison subsidiary was at least one cause of the Thomas Fire.
Edison Hopeful for State Action on Wildfire Liability
Edison International is hopeful that several California bills will ease the financial pressure stemming from wildfire costs.
Calif. Legislation Shields Utilities from Wildfire Costs
A bill that would allow utilities to recover wildfire costs if they conform to state-regulated safety plans moved through the California legislature, but it faces opposition from some who say it lets utilities off the hook.
Overheard at Bloomberg New Energy Finance Summit
Hundreds of investors, utility executives and others gathered for Bloomberg New Energy Finance’s Future of Energy Summit.
Edison International Presses Wildfire Cost Recovery
Edison International has joined other California utilities in protesting difficulties with cost recovery related to devastating wildfires.
Profits up, Edison International Talks Clean Energy Goals
Edison International says its grid will help California meet its clean energy goals, but infrastructure and market improvements are still needed.

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