Citing “dramatic, material changes” to its regulatory and financial conditions, Southern California Edison field the request with FERC to include an adjustment for the company’s extraordinary wildfire risk in the authorized return on equity (ROE) for the portion of its business regulated by FERC.

In its 10-Q filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as part of its earnings report Tuesday, SCE stated it believes the ignition happened in Santa Paula and was one of two starting points for the Thomas Fire. The utility is working with the California Department Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) to analyze the progression of the fire from that starting point and damages that occurred from it.

The projects, which are pending approval by the California Public Utilities Commission, include the Wildcat Energy Storage project (3 MW/12 MWh) near Palm Springs and the three Acorn Energy Storage projects (total combined capacity of 6.5 MW/26.5 MWh) in Thousand Oaks.

The SCE release comes after another press release issued by the Riverside County Fire Department and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) indicating the utility’s equipment at fault for the blaze which destroyed one structure and an outbuilding.