TEP is building a large wind farm that will help the company more than double its use of renewable energy by 2021.
A flock of sheep at a local TEP solar array helps keep weeds trimmed so that solar panels can continue producing clean energy for customers.
In Tucson alone, TEP purchased $122 million from local businesses in 2018.
TEP is upgrading power lines, substations and other electrical equipment to help meet future energy needs and improve service reliability for customers.
TEP is helping to fight homelessness in Tucson through financial support of Old Pueblo Community Services.
TEP has partnered with Southwest Gas to create a new Energy Technology Certificate program for Pima Community College.
Kathleen Bethel, CEO of SARSEF, writes about TEP’s longtime support of the foundation, including its title sponsorship of the regional science fair this month.