With Red Horse, TEP has another cost-effective system that provides customers more solar energy for less money.
TEP’s new 500 kilovolt transmission line in Pinal County boosts electric reliability in Southern Arizona.
Many appliances and devices around your house draw power — and cost you money — when they’re off but still plugged in.
When the power goes out, TEP’s emergency response and repair team kicks into high gear.
Through corporate philanthropy and a wide spectrum of employee-led volunteerism, Tucson Electric Power dedicates large-scale efforts to assisting low-income and at-risk customers. TEP partners with a variety of nonprofit organizations such as the Salvation Army, Pima County Interfaith Council, Pima Council on Aging, Primavera Foundation, Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona, Arizona Community Action Association,
Tucson Electric Power has launched a new mobile-friendly outage map featuring updates about local service interruptions. The new outage map on tep.com is updated every five minutes using data collected from customer reports, TEP crews and electric system monitoring equipment. The map shows the approximate location of outages, the number of customers affected and the
TEP’s Energy Smart Homes are designed and built to high energy-efficiency standards.
Whether you’re looking for a bigger house, relocating to a favorite part of town or new to the area entirely, moving comes with a long to-do list. Turning your electrical service on or off is a top priority, and following the right steps can make the moving process that much smoother. Step 1: Contact Us