Edison International is a public utility holding company based in Rosemead, California. Its subsidiaries include Southern California Edison, and un-regulated non-utility business assets Edison Energy. Edison's roots trace back to Holt & Knupps, a company founded in 1886 as a provider of street lights in Visalia, California.

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  • Photo: UB students tour a solar project in Buffalo. Photo: Douglas Levere Cohorts of colleges and universities are aggregating energy loads to achieve economies of scale when sourcing renewable energy. Localizing Buffalo’s Renewable Energy Future is an effort spearheaded by the University at Buffalo (UB) to deploy and source 100 megawatts of renewable energy by […] The post Aggregating Load to Enh...

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  • Scope As a result of a previous assessment, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) decided to upgrade the majority of HVAC systems at their 411–419 East 67th Street Radiation Oncology facility in Manhattan, NY. As MSKCC’s technical consultant, Edison Energy’s Engineering team was retained to perform a detailed energy analysis to evaluate the new design […] The post Edison Energy Serves as ...

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  • Scope A world-leading automotive manufacturer utilizes Edison Energy for comprehensive energy management services, with the exception of invoice auditing, which is handled by a pre-existing third party. At the onset of our business relationship, our Energy Supply Advisory team performed an initial round of annual tariff analyses for the client. Through thorough analysis of historical […] The post ...

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  • Scope In order to supply gas for a specific facility located in the East Central United States, the client owned pipeline capacity on two major pipelines, one coming from the Gulf and one in the area of this facility. Although this solution met the client’s objective of having a consistent, reliable supply, it subjected them […] The post Energy Supply Advisory Team Saves Client $800K Annually appe...

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  • Scope A marine transport company specializing in conveyance of bulk materials approached us in 2009 for assistance with strategic procurement of the diesel fuel required to operate their fleet. Since the company uses a significant amount of diesel per year—six million gallons—it was important for them to have some control over their fuel costs in […] The post Energy Supply Advisory Team’s Hedging ...

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  • Scope Our client, a Fortune 500 industrial goods and metals manufacturer, relies on our Energy Supply Advisory team for natural gas procurement, operations management, and invoice processing. Each month, natural gas is purchased for the client’s wide array of facilities that blanket the country. The procurement process is initiated by sending out an RFP to […] The post Edison Energy Delivers Addit...

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  • Scope During a routine enhanced invoice audit, the Energy Supply Advisory team noticed a deviation in the client’s typical spending patterns at a particular site: an electric supply invoice was more than double its prior 6-month average. While the charges were consistent with the bill’s stated electricity consumption, we knew that something was wrong. Edison […] The post Edison Energy Delivers Add...

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  • Scope Natural gas asset management is included in the comprehensive portfolio of energy management services that our Energy Supply Advisory team provides for one of the world’s leading automotive manufacturers. The service includes daily balancing of the client’s capacity on a major pipeline in the eastern United States. Upon assuming responsibility of the account, our […] The post Energy Supply A...

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  • Scope A large manufacturing company in North America had relied on our Energy Supply Advisory team for electric procurement for years. However, their heavy production schedule had always made them hesitant to participate in a Demand Response (DR) program. When our account managers identified a new program in the area and analyzed the offer, we […] The post Energy Supply Advisory Team Maximizes Ben...

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  • Scope Our client, a manufacturer in the steel industry, had been forced to shut down for several years due to economic conditions. Fortunately, they were able to reopen recently and put more than 400 employees back to work. However, upon reopening, they were unable to get on the preferred rate with the utility and were […] The post Energy Supply Advisory Team Negotiates Huge Savings for Steel Manu...

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  • Scope Stantec Consulting, on behalf of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC), contracted Edison Energy to serve as the Commissioning Authority for The Josie Robertson Outpatient Surgical Facility located at 1133 York Avenue in Manhattan, NY. Edison Energy’s responsibility was to review design drawings, perform construction site visits, perform installation checks, and functionally test al...

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  • The movement toward science based targets addresses one of the most important questions companies have to answer as they consider climate change and greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction goals: When setting a GHG reduction target, how does an organization decide what the right number should be? As I noted in a previous Edison Energy post, corporate […] The post Science Based Targets: An Approach to Accel...

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  • Understanding the nuances of the power market can present many challenges for companies large and small that are considering procuring their own electricity supply. As referenced in Figure A, there are a handful of states in which power is deregulated and can be procured via a competitive third-party supplier, versus regulated states where power is […] The post Should Your Company Buy Its Own Elec...

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  • Scope Edison Energy’s Engineering Solutions team was contracted by Virginia Military Institute (VMI) to install submeters for 23 Institute buildings to monitor each of the building’s electricity, natural gas, and steam usage. The energy monitoring initiative was implemented to help the Institute keep tabs on energy consumption as well as to easily identify and minimize […] The post Tracking Sustai...

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  • Scope As part of a continuing effort to identify opportunities for energy conservation, the Edison Energy Engineering Solutions team was contracted by Tishman Speyer to perform a detailed retro-commissioning and ASHRAE Level II Energy Audit project at the Chrysler Center located in Manhattan, NY. This project was executed per ASHRAE guidelines in conjunction with the […] The post Bringing Energy E...

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  • Scope Edison Energy’s Engineering Solutions team was contracted by New Jersey Resources Clean Energy Ventures (NJRCEV) to provide owner’s representative and construction management oversight services for the installation of their 20MW, nine-turbine project in Carroll, Iowa. Approximately 65 miles northwest of Des Moines, the wind farm sits on 1,100 acres of rural agricultural land in […] The post ...

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  • Scope New Jersey American Water contracted Edison Energy to conduct solar photovoltaic surveys on 16 of their New Jersey locations. Many of these locations were remote and forested, and contained large reservoirs as part of NJAW’s water distribution system. In Edison Energy’s Engineering Solutions team’s efforts to complete the surveys in a comprehensive manner, the […] The post NJAW Canoe Brook W...

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  • Scope As part of an effort to identify opportunities for energy conservation, Edison Energy’s Engineering team was contracted by Memorial Sloan-Kettering to conduct a detailed Retro-Commissioning and ASHRAE Level II Energy Audit Project at two of their facilities, the Sidney Kimmel Center for Prostate and Urologic Cancers and Mortimer B. Zuckerman Research Center, both in […] The post Award-Winnin...

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  • Scope Edison Energy’s Engineering Solutions Team was contracted by Temple University to perform a CO oxidation catalyst retro-fit project. Temple has 20 Caterpillar 3516 natural gas lean burn engines, which are used as peaking units specifically for the University. Edison Energy was responsible for the complete turnkey retro-fit project including design, material procurement, installation and […] ...

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  • Scope Edison Energy’s Engineering Solutions team utilized its Virtual Energy Management (VEM) system at Princeton University’s Carl Icahn Laboratories to provide energy savings optimization as well as measurement and verification for $1.2 million worth of capital energy conservation projects. Our VEM system utilizes the SkyFoundry engine as well as a customized platform created by Edison […] The p...

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  • Scope As part of a continuing effort to identify energy efficiency opportunities through operational and infrastructure improvements, Edison Energy’s Engineering Solutions team was selected by the Empire State Realty Trust to conduct a building-wide Retro-Commissioning (RCx) project at the Empire State Building in New York, New York. This effort was initiated to identify, develop and […] The post ...

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  • Scope As part of an ongoing initiative to contribute to the ultimate energy goals and objective of the Becton Dickinson Global Headquarters Campus, Edison Energy’s Engineering Solutions team was further contracted to provide Retro-Cx, Virtual Energy Management (VEM), Energy Monitoring and Fault Detection + Diagnostics (FDD) services. These services were performed off the completion of […] The post...

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  • The 23rd gathering of the Conference of the Parties (COP23) under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) took place in Bonn, Germany last month as over 25,000 negotiators, observers, and media convened for the largest annual gathering dedicated to addressing climate change. We participated in the event and wanted to share some […] The post View from the COP: Takeaways f...

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  • GM uses about 8.5 terawatts of power annually. Going to 100 percent renewables will carry challenges, but we believe a clean-energy economy is worth the effort. By the end of 2018, we’ll surpass the 20 percent mark. The commitment represents all the facilities where we pay utility bills, which includes both manufacturing and non-manufacturing buildings […] The post GM’s Energy Vision: The Future i...

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  • The opportunity for commercial, industrial, and institutional (C&I) energy users to source solar energy in Massachusetts is about to expand dramatically, thanks to a new community solar program. To comply with both the state’s Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) and the requirements of Chapter 75 of the Acts of 2016, signed by Governor Charlie Baker in […] The post Massachusetts Expands Community S...

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  • Alfonzye “Chip” Chisolm is a LEED-certified architect by trade and has been the Director, Office of Sustainability at Howard University for the past eight years. Chisolm discusses his thoughts on Howard University’s renewable energy projects. Tell us a little about yourself. I worked in private practice before entering higher education facilities construction management. As a […] The post On-Campu...

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  • Organizations are changing the way they perceive and approach energy management, thanks to four external factors: new utility business models, technology advancement, investor pressure and sustainability trends. New Energy Management: Utility Business Models & Technology Advancement In the past, utilities limited access to potential alternative sources, as the utilities were the sole power provide...

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  • The natural gas supply market is very mature and includes a robust network of suppliers and producers nationwide. Despite the established market place, you may find yourself in a natural gas deal that is not competitive and doesn’t fit your needs well. Before initiating any natural gas procurement process, you should define your organization’s strategy, […] The post How to Choose the Best Natural ...

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