Our Capabilities & What We Do
At Edison Transmission, our business is to sponsor, design, develop, operate, and maintain large-scale transmission lines and substations nationwide — and to do so as cost-effectively as possible. As a subsidiary of one of the largest electric-utility holding companies in the U.S., we understand the perspective of ratepayers and the need to provide electricity safely, reliably, and affordably.
We currently focus on developing FERC-regulated assets in geographic markets with competitive solicitations.
STATISTICS: EDISON INTERNATIONAL & SUBSIDIARIES
EDISON INTERNATIONAL HISTORY
We're Experts in Siting & Licensing
As a subsidiary of one of the largest utility-holding companies in the U.S., we offer the experience and perspective necessary to successfully develop and execute transmission projects.
We are able to access the skill, experience, and capabilities of our corporate family, including our parent company's regulated utility, and apply it to transmission projects nationwide. Given that California's siting and licensing processes for transmission projects are among the most complex in the nation, this expertise is invaluable in successful project execution, on time and on budget.
Renewable Generation & the Grid
Our leadership team includes professionals with deep expertise in developing, constructing, and operating wind-energy projects, including engineering connections between wind projects and transmission lines to transport power to the local grid. During the years that Edison Mission Energy was a subsidiary of Edison International, it ranked as a leading developer of wind projects in North America, building 32 sites in 14 U.S. states. These individuals bring this experience to Edison Transmission.
Extensive Experience in California
Our corporate family has developed and operated an expansive electric-transmission grid, and plans significant investment in upgrading and expanding Edison International's regulated subsidiary's capabilities in transmission, distribution, and generation capabilities by 2017.