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Beginning Nov. 1, Southern California Edison will transition 2.3 million residential customers to Time-of-Use rate plans in six monthly waves that continue through April. Here are the most important things to know about this significant change: 1. TOU rate plans benefit customers who can shift some or most electricity usage …continue reading

Halloween returns. No, it’s not the latest sequel in the horror movie franchise, but rather the expectation that the spooky celebration will look more like pre-COVID-19-pandemic Halloween this October. Though health officials still recommend some COVID-19 safety restrictions with a record $10.1 billion in U.S. Halloween spending expected this year …continue reading

cover art for the August 2021 issue of OCB's Dining, Arts, and Entertainment guide.

Top Ten Stories for August 08 through August 14 include a blackout in Cypress, a fatal motorcycle accident in Huntington Beach, and the end of unemployment benefits. Top Ten Stories for August 08 through August 14 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather …continue reading

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Drones are rapidly transforming industries like package delivery, agriculture and even real estate. Electric utilities are no exception, and Southern California Edison is setting the pace among California’s utilities. Its drone program is maximizing the technology with its more than 200,000 annual inspections of electrical infrastructure in high fire risk …continue reading

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC FORUM (Public Participation Hearing) Southern California Edison’s Request to Increase Water and Electricity Rates APPLICATION A.20-10-018  How can I participate?   Southern California Edison Company (SCE) and the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) would like to hear from you. You are invited to participate in a Public Forum, …continue reading

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Utility scams have existed for decades, but the COVID-19 pandemic created widespread opportunities for con artists posing as utility representatives to target customers. This year alone, customers report being victimized for nearly $300,000 by these scams. Here are a couple of examples: COVID-19 Relief Scam: This new scam involves impostors …continue reading