TEP is offering energy-saving strategies for summer, when outside temperatures soar and customers typically use more energy to cool their homes.
There are easy steps that businesses – both small and large – can take to better manage their electric use during the hot summer months.
TEP is building new electrical facilities and making other improvements to strengthen reliability and help meet our community’s future energy needs.
Follow our tips for keeping your energy use in-check while the kids are home during the summer.
One of TEP’s longest-standing partnerships began 25 years ago with Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
The ECA allows TEP to recover a portion of the expenses for improvements made at TEP’s power plants.
The PPFAC is a usage-based charge that reflects changes in the costs TEP incurs to fuel its power plants and purchase energy for customers.