Los Angeles Business Journal – Edison Moves Forward With $1.2B Battery Storage Contract

Last month, Southern California Edison, the electric utility subsidiary of
Rosemead-based Edison International, announced two major moves to reduce reliance on greenhouse gases (GHG).

On Dec. 20, Southern California Edison announced that it plans to install 250,000 electric heat pumps in buildings throughout its service area as part of a $677 million plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from buildings and improve indoor air quality.

The plan includes incentives for the installation of electric heat pumps in existing homes and buildings because gas furnaces are one of the largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions from buildings. It also provides retrofit assessments and incentives for necessary electrical infrastructure like panel and circuit upgrades.

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Los Angeles Business Journal

By Howard Fine