Customers can follow a few simple steps and take advantage of energy efficiency programs that can help keep energy costs down in hot weather.
Tucson Electric Power (TEP) will award $250,000 this year to help local nonprofit groups
TEP customers will pay lower energy costs this summer thanks to reduced fuel and purchased power prices.
With novel mobile technology, TEP has streamlined its process for tree trimming.
Many TEP employees serve on boards and committees of various nonprofit organizations, lending their professional expertise in leadership roles.
TEP has been involved as a program sponsor since the competition began.
The projects will be used to improve service reliability and study how such systems can support the expansion of solar power resources.