TEP actively recruits veterans for positions throughout the company.
Troublemen are TEP’s first-responders during emergencies and when the power goes out.
Each year, TEP replaces two or three substation transformers, upgrading and modernizing the system to ensure continued reliable power delivery.
TEP employee and retiree volunteers pour tens of thousands of hours into volunteer projects.
TEP is partnering with the Town of Oro Valley to move part of the town’s electrical infrastructure underground.
The Next Generation of Tucson documents the ongoing evolution of TEP’s power portfolio.
For more than two decades, TEP has helped the Reid Park Zoo move animals, build enclosures and sponsor conservation education programs.
Energy efficiency in the summer starts with the home’s biggest energy user: air conditioning.