Long Beach Southern California Edison
Earlier today at 4:45 PM, an underground SCE vault fire occurred in downtown Long Beach, resulting in a power outage which initially impacted an area roughly bounded by Spring Avenue to Shoreline Drive and from Santa Fe Avenue to Alamitos Avenue.
Southern California Edison presents the CDF with five laptop computers refurbished by Technology Training Foundation of America. Photo courtesy of Angelina Romero.
The Los Angeles County Community Development Foundation (CDF) received a grant from Southern California Edison in the amount of $25,000 to help prepare youth and young adults to attend and complete higher education, prepared for career.
The City of Long Beach, Southern California Edison (SCE) and City Light & Power (CLP) are participating in a pilot project to help determine the feasibility of replacing High Pressure Sodium (HPS) street lights with energy efficient Light Emitting Diode (LED) street lights.
SCE will move the utility lines underground on Alamitos Avenue in a project slated to go from 7th Street to Pacific Coast Highway. (Image from Google Maps)
Southern California Edison (SCE) and other utility companies will soon be starting work to underground all overhead utility lines along Alamitos Avenue between 7th Street and Pacific Coast Highway.
9th District Councilmember Steven Neal
Councilmember Steven Neal, Coalition for a Healthy North Long Beach, and Department of Parks, Recreations and Marine invite residents to participate in a design discussion for a new fitness park development in North Long Beach on Monday, October 22, 2012 at Houghton Park.
Southern California Edison (SCE) customers in Long Beach can exchange inefficient halogen and incandescent light fixtures for new ENERGY STAR-qualified lamps, at the sixth annual Operation Lamp Exchange. The event is on Saturday, Sept.
Residents are invited to a free “Save Energy and Save Money” workshop, on Wednesday, August 31, 2011 at the Neighborhood Resource Center.
EverythingLongBeach.com recently spoke with Candice Maloney, Pr/Marketing & Events Specialist of Success in Challenges, Inc., via email. They talked about the inspirations and challenges of running a nonprofit organization in Long Beach.
On Friday, the City of Long Beach announced the nine grand prize winners and nine runner-up prize winners of the Citys Energy Efficiency Opportunity Drawing. Winners were selected at random from the participants who entered the drawing.
Photo by Betsy Weber
This week is the last week to enter the City of Long Beach’s Energy Efficiency Opportunity Drawing, which closes on Friday November 19, 2010. One grand prize worth $5,000, and one runner-up prize worth $800, will be awarded in each of the nine City Council districts for home energy makeovers.