As a weathercaster for TEP, Patrick Lacy keeps a close eye on changing weather patterns to help us predict how much power our customers will need.
“Smart” programmable thermostats have helped many people reduce their electric bills, but they need to be programmed or given some time to learn your cooling schedule.
This spring, a team of College of Engineering seniors built a prototype of a rover to use at the Oso Grande Wind project in Roswell, N.M. in partnership with TEP.
TEP and the University of Arizona have worked together for more than 20 years in a program that combines research, safety and environmental stewardship.
From robot kits to Madagascar hissing crickets, TEP provided supplies this summer to help about 120 teachers bring STEM lessons to local students.
If you are renting and have fallen behind on your utility bills because of the pandemic, federal funding is available to help you get caught up on your past due balances.
Through our TEP Gives program, when you sign up for Budget Billing, e-bill or Auto Pay, we’ll make a donation to Junior Achievement of Arizona.