TEP will remove de-energized underground equipment near the TCC to accommodate future downtown development.
TEP plans to issue a request for proposals for the design and construction of new wind energy resources.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of TEP’s Community Action Team, which supports local nonprofit agencies and causes.
TEP has begun providing residential customers with more advance notice of service interruptions required for critical upgrades and repairs.
TEP is a key sponsor of Tucson’s new bike share program that allows riders to rent bicycles to explore the city’s urban core.
The Arizona Corporation Commission has approved a REST surcharge of $0.013 per kilowatt-hour for 2017.