This excerpt taken from the EIX 10-Q filed May 8, 2009.
SCE's growth strategy includes improving reliability and expanding the capability of its distribution and transmission infrastructure, constructing and replacing generation assets, and deploying advanced metering infrastructure. SCE continues to implement its growth strategy and revised its 2009 2013 capital investment plan to be consistent with the revenue requirements authorized in its 2009 GRC final decision, as well as other CPUC and FERC proceedings. SCE's significant planned projects are as follows:
Transmission and Distribution Projects
continues its efforts to obtain the regulatory approvals necessary to construct the DPV2 project. The project is currently expected to be placed in service in 2013, subject to licensing and regulatory approvals. Over the period 2009 2013, SCE expects to spend $723 million for the California portion of the project. If SCE and the relevant regulatory agencies determine that construction of the Arizona portion is in the interest of California ratepayers, SCE will seek regulatory approvals for the Arizona portion, and would expect to spend $304 million.
SCE's 2009 2013 revised total capital investment plan includes capital spending in the range of $16.7 billion to $20.2 billion. See "SCE: LiquidityCapital Expenditures" for further discussion.
This excerpt taken from the EIX DEF 14A filed Mar 13, 2009.
Results from three major CPUC proceedings set a strong platform for future earnings and growth.
Major Operational Goals
This excerpt taken from the EIX 8-K filed Sep 28, 2005.
As of 2004.
Peak on July 21, 2005.