Southern California Edison issues warning on cost recovery

The company said it currently is restructuring certain credit arrangements and arranging additional short-term borrowing capacity to meet its liquidity needs. In a filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, SCE said it expects to be able to repay short-term borrowings from the proceeds of generating asset divestitures and recovery of transition revenue account undercollections.

By LEE HAWKINS JR.

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