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    Supporting New Clean Energy

    By 2045, SCE’s grid will need to supply significantly more carbon-free electricity to its?customers to replace other sources of energy that emit greenhouse gases.?The grid will need?to be?flexible enough to harness the full potential of all clean energy resources?while?providing reliable energy at every hour of the day and in every season.?Grid hardening efforts?and intelligent system designs will reduce risks, such as the risk of wildfire, from severe?weather conditions due to climate change impacts.???

    • The grid is moving toward 100% renewable energy sources, and simultaneously, this?cleaner energy is being used to power more homes, vehicles and businesses.?
    • With the dominance of intermittent solar and wind, storage resources and flexible?customer loads will need to be managed to maintain grid stability.??
    • Automation, based on machine learning and artificial intelligence, is boosting the grid’s?flexibility and responsiveness.?

    Read SCE’s Pathway 2045 analysis

    An employee at an SCE substation

    Powering the Way for More Electric Vehicles

    By 2045, to meet California’s environmental goals,?75% of all vehicles?in the state will need?to be?powered by clean energy?sources.??

    • Distribution circuits will be upgraded?to accommodate home charging for all of SCE’s?customers in both single- and multi-family housing.?
    • Fast charging will be available for drivers to charge their cars at work or on the road.?
    • Reducing fossil fuels on the road will clean the air and improve health outcomes for all of?California’s residents, especially those who live near freeway corridors and industrial?areas.?

    More information on SCE’s vision for the future of electric vehicles

    Increasing Resiliency While Reducing the Risk of Wildfires

    As we update the grid for the future, we are taking steps to?enhance?infrastructure?and operational practices to strengthen our system.?

    • Our pole replacement program replaces up to 30,000 poles a year with poles?meeting new and enhanced design and construction standards.?
    • We are deploying equipment and device configurations such as fast-acting fuses that?can react more quickly to reduce fire risk.??
    • Secure communications between grid operations and devices in the field will allow?the grid to respond almost instantaneously to faults on the lines.?

    More information on SCE’s efforts to protect against the impacts of extreme weather


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