Edison International main competitors are Sempra Energy, TXU Energy Retail Company, and Southern California Edison.

Competitor Summary. See how Edison International compares to its main competitors:

  • Exelon has the most employees (33,383).
  • Employees at Sempra Energy earn more than most of the competitors, with an average yearly salary of $88,283.
  • The oldest company is Con Edison, founded in 1823.
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Edison International vs competitors

CompanyFounding DateZippia ScoreHeadquarters# of LocationsRevenueEmployees
Rosemead, CA3$17.2B12,521
Rosemead, CA5$12.6B13,599
Chicago, IL15$19.1B33,383
Las Vegas, NV2$3.0B2,500
San Diego, CA20$3.4B4,396
Irving, TX1$49.9M1,000
Tulsa, OK8$11.0B5,425
Albuquerque, NM1$2.2B444
West Chester, PA1$8.5M75
Dallas, TX7$4.2B4,628
Houston, TX6$44.2M2,489
San Diego, CA2$14.4B20,000
Pittsburgh, PA6$7.5B624
Tempe, AZ4$2.6B6,400
Columbus, OH5$19.6B17,666
Akron, OH7$12.5B12,153
Newark, NJ1$9.8B12,945
Richmond, VA1$17.2B21,000
Charlotte, NC5$28.8B27,535
New York, NY2$15.7B14,071

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Edison International salaries vs Competitors

Among Edison International competitors, employees at Sempra Energy earn the most with an average yearly salary of $88,283.

Compare Edison International Salaries VS Competitors

CompanyAverage SalaryHourly SalarySalary Score
Edison International
Southern California Edison
NV Energy
San Diego Gas & Electric
TXU Energy Retail Company

Compare Edison International Job Title Salaries VS Competitors

CompanyHighest SalaryHourly Salary
Edison International
San Diego Gas & Electric
Southern California Edison
NV Energy
TXU Energy Retail Company
Sempra Energy
PNM Resources
Energy Transfer Solutions
The Williams Companies
Con Edison
First Solar
Duke Energy
Atmos Energy
Dominion Energy
American Electric Power

Edison International Jobs

Edison International demographics vs competitors

Compare Gender At Edison International Vs Competitors

Job TitleMaleFemale
Edison International51%49%
Atmos Energy52%48%
Dominion Energy55%45%
Duke Energy57%43%
Con Edison67%33%
American Electric Power68%32%

Compare Race At Edison International Vs Competitors

CompanyWhiteHispanic or LatinoBlack or African AmericanAsianUnknownDiversity Score

Edison International REVENUE Vs Competitors

Edison International revenue is $17.2B. Among it's competitors, the company with the highest revenue is Duke Energy, $28.8B . The company with the lowest revenue is Energy Transfer Solutions, $8.5M.
  • Edison International
  • American Electric Power
  • Atmos Energy
  • Con Edison

Edison International And Similar Companies CEOs

Nicholas K. Akins
American Electric Power

Nicholas Akins is the chief executive officer (CEO) and president of American Electric Power (AEP), a major investor-owner electric utility in the United States.

J. Kevin Akers
Atmos Energy

Kevin Akers was named president and chief executive officer in October 2019. Akers served as executive vice president from November 2018 to October 2019. Prior to this role, he served as Senior Vice President, Safety and Enterprise Services, from January 2017 through October 2018. Akers also served as president of the Kentucky/Mid-States Division from May 2007 through October 2016 and served as president of the Mississippi Division from 2002 to 2007. He led the Mississippi Valley Gas transition team for Atmos Energy while serving as vice president of Northern Region Operations for Atmos Energy's Louisiana Division. From 1997 to 2001, he served as vice president of Eastern Region Operations for Atmos Energy's Kentucky Division. From 1989 to 1991, he served as senior gas engineer for the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. Akers is a graduate of the University of Alabama

Timothy P. Cawley
Con Edison

Timothy 'Tim' Cawley is a Vice President at Con Edison Transmission, Inc. He has worked as President at ConEdison, Senior VP:Central Operations at ConEdison, and Pres & CEO:Orange & Rockland at ConEdison. Timothy studied at Union Graduate College, Farmers Educational & Cooperative Union of America, and New York University.

Robert M. Blue
Dominion Energy

Robert M. “Bob” Blue is senior vice president–Law, Regulation and Policy and president–Dominion Virginia Power. In the Services Company, he oversees the company’s regulatory, legal, policy, and corporate affairs and communications functions, along with Dominion’s Retail group. As president of Dominion Virginia Power, he oversees Dominion’s regulated electric transmission, distribution and customer service operations that provide electricity to about 2.4 million customer accounts in Virginia and northeastern North Carolina. Blue joined Dominion in 2005 as managing director–State Affairs & Corporate Public Policy, and was later promoted to vice president–State & Federal Affairs. He was named senior vice president–Public Policy & Corporate Communications in May 2008 and became Senior Vice President–Public Policy & Environment in February 2010. He was named senior vice president–Law, Public Policy & Environment in January 2011 and president of Dominion Virginia Power in January 2014. He was named senior vice president-Regulation, Law, Energy Solutions & Policy in May 2015 and assumed his current post in January 2016. From 2002 to 2005, Blue served as counselor and director of policy for former Virginia Gov. Mark R. Warner and was a partner with the law firm of Hogan & Hartson prior to that. He is a member of the boards of directors of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, Virginia Healthcare Foundation, the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System Authority, the Communities In Schools of Virginia, and Sports Backers. Blue is a graduate of the University of Virginia and Yale Law School. He also earned his master’s degree in business administration from the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business.

Lynn J. Good
Duke Energy

Lynn J. Good is chairman, president and chief executive officer of Duke Energy, a Fortune 500 company. Good is an Ohio native and graduated from Miami University where she earned a BS in Systems Analysis and in Accounting (1981).

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Toby Z. Rice

Former President, COO, and Founder of Rice Energy. Toby led Rice’s execution of its high-growth strategy, amassing a 250,000 net acre position in the core of the Marcellus and Utica. Toby’s data-driven approach to operations consistently delivered the best performing wells in the Appalachian basin. Toby created Rice’s digital work environment that enabled effective collaboration, innovation, which allowed Rice to continuously evolve and easily scale with fewer people and streamlined processes. Toby sources and evaluates RIG investment opportunities.

Christopher M. Crane

Crane is president and chief executive officer of Chicago-based Exelon Corporation, the nation’s leading competitive energy provider. Headquartered in Chicago, Exelon does business in 48 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. Crane oversees a family of companies representing every stage of the energy value chain, including Exelon Generation, one of the largest competitive U.S. power generators, with more than 32,700 megawatts of owned capacity comprising one of the nation’s cleanest and lowest-cost power generation fleets; Constellation, which provides energy products and services to approximately 2 million residential, public sector and business customers, including more than two-thirds of the Fortune 100; and Exelon’s six utilities, which deliver electricity and natural gas to approximately 10 million customers in Delaware, the District of Columbia, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey and Pennsylvania through its Atlantic City Electric, BGE, ComEd, Delmarva Power, PECO and Pepco subsidiaries.

Mark R. Widmar
First Solar

Mr. Widmar became CEO of First Solar in July 2016. He joined First Solar in April 2011 as chief financial officer and served as First Solar’s chief accounting officer from February 2012 through June 2015. Mr. Widmar has also served as a director on the board of the general partner of 8point3 Energy Partners LP (“8point3 Energy Partners”), then a publicly-traded yieldco and affiliate of First Solar. Prior to joining First Solar, Mr. Widmar served as chief financial officer of GrafTech International Ltd., a leading global manufacturer of advanced carbon and graphite materials, from May 2006 through March 2011, as well as president, Engineered Solutions from January 2011 through March 2011. Prior to joining GrafTech, Mr. Widmar served as corporate controller of NCR Inc. from 2005 to 2006, and was a business unit chief financial officer for NCR from November 2002 to his appointment as controller. He also served as a division controller at Dell, Inc. from August 2000 to November 2002 prior to joining NCR. Mr. Widmar also held various financial and managerial positions with Lucent Technologies Inc., Allied Signal, Inc., and Bristol Myers/Squibb, Inc. He began his career in 1987 as an accountant with Ernst & Young. Mr. Widmar holds a Bachelor of Science in business accounting and a Masters of Business Administration from Indiana University.

Steven E. Strah

Strah began his career with The Illuminating Company in 1984. He later served as director of Business Services for FirstEnergy's Northern Region - Ohio, and director of Operations Support Services for the company's Western Region - Ohio. In 2001, he was named president of the Northern Region for Jersey Central Power & Light, and in 2005, he was named regional president of Ohio Edison. He was promoted to vice president, Distribution Support, for FirstEnergy Utilities in 2011. and he was named senior vice president and president of FirstEnergy Utilities in 2015. He was elected senior vice president and chief financial officer of FirstEnergy in March 2018, and was elected to his current position in May 2020.