The LFCR charge partly offsets the revenue TEP loses when customers reduce their bills through our conservation and renewable energy programs.
Supported by a $75,000 TEP Community Impact Grant, agencies participating in the Safe at Home Coalition are helping limited-income seniors.
TEP plans to provide an estimated $800,000 in energy efficiency rebates this year to help the Sunnyside Unified School District become more sustainable.
TEP is helping military service members transition into the civilian workforce through a new internship program.
TEP and the UA work together to expand educational opportunities, promote renewable energy research and develop innovative products.
New owners and renters often fix up their new homes in mid to late summer. Here are some easy ways to make your new home more energy efficient.