Responsible Stewardship for the Community
We are committed to leaving the community better off as a result of having been home to San Onofre for 50 years, and are exploring opportunities with our landlord, the U.S. Navy, and the community on what our site will ultimately look like upon completion of decommissioning. We also are committed to working with federal and state agencies, including the State Lands Commission and the Coastal Commission, to ensure that impacts to the environment and surrounding areas are addressed throughout the decommissioning process.
Environmental Monitoring Around San Onofre
We live, work and play here in the communities surrounding San Onofre, and are highly committed to protecting the pristine environment through strict environmental controls of our work.
Protecting Evironmental Resources Around SONGS
The land, the water, and the wildlife around SONGS are very important to us. Through a variety of programs, we ensure all are protected and monitored during decommissioning.
Revitalizing Coastal Wetlands & Marine Habitats
As stewards of the environment, we will continue to support the revitalization of coastal wetlands and marine habitats, including the San Dieguito Wetlands Restoration Project and the Wheeler North Reef.
Thoughtful Management of Nuclear Decommissioning Trust Funds
As a judicious steward of the Nuclear Decommissioning Trust, we will spend the funds wisely and return any unused money to the ratepayers when the decommissioning activities are complete. For SCE, our portion of the trust funds are fully funded, and we will no longer be collecting fees from our customers. The trust funds' balances are currently $4.1 billion, which managed well over time are expected to fully fund decommissioning.