New TEP rates expand bill-payment assistance for low-income customers while supporting our transition to a cleaner, greener energy grid.
Customers who have fallen behind on their electric bill payments will have more time to bring their balances current.
Leaks lead to higher energy bills and make your home less comfortable by allowing in moisture, dust, noise and drafts.
The UA’s most sustainable building is now greener than ever thanks to a partnership with TEP.
Despite challenging pandemic conditions, TEP completed work at a rapid pace in 2020.
TEP is supporting a new initiative to provide seed funding for micro and small businesses owned by underrepresented residents.
New TEP rates that take effect next year will expand bill-payment assistance for low-income customers while supporting the company’s investments in efficient new energy resources.