TEP is seeking information about forest biomass generation systems that could generate power for customers while improving the health of Arizona forests.
When monsoon storms mount their annual assault on TEP’s local grid, the Map Room is where our system controllers plan their response.
This wooly work crew is helping TEP manage vegetation at one of our largest solar arrays.
When trees grow into power lines, outages can occur. It’s important to clear weeds from alleys so we can access electrical equipment during emergencies.
Police officers and fire fighters often are the first on scene when an electric outage or problem occurs. We train them and others about how to stay safe.
TEP employees take on leadership roles in business and economic development groups to help create and sustain a strong, healthy regional economy.
TEP, Other Fortis Utilities Recognized for Restoration Efforts in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria
TEP and other Fortis Inc. utilities were recognized this week for participating in the unprecedented effort to restore power in Puerto Rico.