TEP CEO Susan Gray recently sat down to reflect on her first year in the role and to look ahead to the challenge of maintaining safe, reliable service with cleaner energy resources.
Many of our traditions were altered or put on hold at the start of the pandemic, but we’re taking precautions that have allowed us to safely resume some volunteer activities.
A team of TEP employees is using innovative approaches to help low-income customers find financial support and more closely manage their utility bills.
All those extra holiday lights and displays help make the season merry and bright, but can potentially increase your energy usage and costs and pose safety risks.
Our online Clean Energy Tracker now can show just how much progress TEP has made toward building a cleaner, greener grid.
The 72nd annual event resumes this year to help make the season merry and bright in our community.
TEP’s Fabrication Weld team crafted a 9-foot, 11-inch tall giraffe sculpture to donate to the zoo for its festive nighttime events.