TEP owns and operates more than 1,500 miles of transmission lines and nearly 12,000 miles of distribution lines that deliver electricity to local homes and businesses.
TEP’s HEERO program invites customers to add a little to their monthly bill payment to help low-income families cover their energy costs.
Through TEP’s Trees for You program, residential customers may order up to three 5-gallon shade trees at a discounted price.
TEP recently donated $25,000 to develop a solar-powered learning resource to help thousands of schoolchildren learn about renewable energy.
TEP is sponsoring the Man and Woman of the Year and Founders Award Gala, hosted by Greater Tucson Leadership, on Feb. 1.
Tucson Unified students will walk the runway in custom-made clothes incorporating electricity on Feb. 1.
Erik Reed was recognized for his community service as PowerCAT, the company’s mascot with dance skills.