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Edison International (EIX)

3/20/2006 Proxy Information

Mr. Olson is a Senior Partner of the law firm of Munger, Tolles and Olson which provided legal services to Edison International, SCE, and/or their subsidiaries in 2005. Such services are expected to continue to be provided in the future. The amount paid to Munger, Tolles and Olson for legal services was below the threshold requiring disclosure by the SEC.

In 2005, Deloitte Consulting Services, LLP provided various consulting services to SCE. Mr. John Danner, brother of Bryant C. Danner, provided consulting services on one such project pursuant to a retainer consulting agreement with Deloitte Consulting Services. From January 1 to June 30, 2005, the date Bryant C. Danner retired as an Executive Officer of Edison International, the aggregate amount paid by SCE for that project was $2,704,074. Mr. John Danner received an aggregate amount of approximately $54,365 for that time period in connection with the consulting services provided for the project.

Edison International and SCE believe that any transactions described above are comparable to those which would have been undertaken under similar circumstances with nonaffiliated entities or persons.

4/11/2005 Proxy Information

Mr. Olson is a Senior Partner of the law firm of Munger, Tolles and Olson which provided legal services to Edison International, SCE, and/or their subsidiaries in 2004. Such services are expected to continue to be provided in the future. The amount paid to Munger, Tolles and Olson for legal s4/11/2005ervices was below the threshold requiring disclosure by the SEC.

In 2004, Deloitte Consulting Services, LLP provided various consulting services to SCE and such services are expected to continue to be provided in the future. Mr. John Danner, brother of Bryant C. Danner, provided consulting services on one such project pursuant to a retainer consulting agreement with Deloitte Consulting Services. In 2004, the aggregate amount paid by SCE for that project was $4,829,285. Mr. John Danner received an aggregate amount of approximately $426,800 in connection with the consulting services provided for the project.

Edison International and SCE believe that any transactions described above are comparable to those which would have been undertaken under similar circumstances with nonaffiliated entities or persons.

4/12/2004 Proxy Information

Mr. Olson is a Senior Partner of the law firm of Munger, Tolles and Olson which provided legal services to Edison International, SCE, and/or their subsidiaries in 2003. Such services are expected to continue to be provided in the future. The amount paid to Munger, Tolles and Olson in 2003 for legal services was below the threshold requiring disclosure by the SEC.

In 2002 and 2003, Deloitte Consulting Services, LLP and Deloitte & Touche LLP provided various consulting services to Edison International and SCE, and such services are expected to continue to be provided in the future. Mr. John Danner, brother of Bryant C. Danner, provided consulting services on two such projects pursuant to a retainer consulting agreement with Deloitte Consulting Services. In 2003, the aggregate amount paid by Edison International for those projects was $284,020 and the aggregate amount paid by SCE was $1,432,398. Mr. John Danner received an aggregate amount of approximately $88,000 in connection with the consulting services provided for the projects.

Edison International and SCE believe that any transactions described above are comparable to those which would have been undertaken under similar circumstances with nonaffiliated entities or persons.

COMPENSATION AND EXECUTIVE PERSONNEL COMMITTEES' INTERLOCKS AND INSIDER PARTICIPATION

The Committee members whose names appear on the Committees' Report above were Committee members during all of 2003. During 2003, Messrs. Craver, Danner, and McDaniel served as Directors of Edison Capital. Mr. Bryson was Chairman of the Board of Edison Capital during 2003, but his compensation is determined by the Edison International Compensation and Executive Personnel Committee, not the subsidiaries' boards. Under applicable SEC rules, there were no other interlocks or insider participation on the Compensation and Executive Personnel Committees.

4/7/2003 Proxy Information

Mr. Olson is a Senior Partner of the law firm of Munger, Tolles and Olson which provided legal services to Edison International, SCE, and/or their subsidiaries in 2002. Such services are expected to continue to be provided in the future. Edison International and its subsidiaries paid Munger, Tolles and Olson an aggregate amount of $6,333,000 in 2002 for legal services.

Effective August 1, 2002, Edison International entered into a Consulting Agreement with Mr. Heller. Pursuant to the agreement, Mr. Heller agreed to provide consulting services in connection with Edison International's business affairs with which he became familiar while employed by Edison International or any of its affiliates. For such services, Edison International paid a retainer of $100,000 in 2002, and agreed to pay $200 per hour for up to 40 hours monthly for the first six months of the contract, and for up to 20 hours monthly for the second six months. No additional amounts were paid for hourly services in 2002.

In 2002, Deloitte Consulting Services, LLC provided various consulting services to Edison International and SCE, and such services are expected to continue to be provided in the future. Mr. John Danner, brother of Bryant C. Danner, provided consulting services on two such projects pursuant to a retainer consulting agreement with Deloitte. In 2002, the aggregate amount paid by Edison International for those projects was $233,659, and the aggregate amount paid by SCE was $228,188. Mr. Danner received an aggregate amount of $71,575 in connection with the consulting services provided for the projects.

Edison International, SCE, and Edison Mission Midwest Holdings Co., an indirect nonutility subsidiary of Edison International, have maintained credit facilities under which certain affiliated companies of J. P. Morgan Chase & Company (collectively, "JPMorgan"), the former beneficial owner of more than 5% of Edison International's Common Stock, acted as administrative agents and participated as lenders. Under syndicated and bilateral credit agreements, JPMorgan provided loans of approximately $117.5 million to SCE. In February 2003, SCE paid off a portion of the loans, leaving an outstanding balance of $82 million. Under a syndicated credit agreement with Edison Mission Midwest Holdings, JPMorgan provided loans of approximately $1.8 billion, of which $1.7 billion is currently outstanding. In connection with the various credit facilities, Edison International and SCE paid JPMorgan an aggregate of $4,167,425 in facility fees, agency fees, transaction fees and breakage fees during 2002. Edison Mission Midwest Holdings also paid JPMorgan an aggregate of $8,496,546 in facility fees during 2002. In addition, Edison Mission Midwest Holdings pays $50,000 annually in agency fees. A portion of those fees may have been distributed by JPMorgan to other agents and syndicate lenders under the credit facilities. As stated in JP Morgan's Schedule 13G Amendment dated February 10, 2003, JP Morgan ceased to be the beneficial owner of more than 5% of Edison International Common Stock as of December 31, 2002.

Edison International and SCE believe that any transactions described above are comparable to those which would have been undertaken under similar circumstances with nonaffiliated entities or persons.

During 1997, Edison International loaned Mr. Foster $160,000 interest-free in connection with his purchase of a principal residence following his relocation from SCE's Sacramento Region Office to the Southern California Metropolitan area. Under the terms of the loan, one-seventh of the original principal amount was forgiven in 1997, and one-seventh would be forgiven each year thereafter that Mr. Foster remained employed with an Edison International affiliate. The remaining principal balance of $22,857 was forgiven on March 1, 2003.