TEP generated more clean energy than ever last week during a brief period when more than 95 percent of its power was coming from renewable resources.
TEP helped businesses expand or relocate to create jobs in Southern Arizona in 2021.
TEP wants to remind customers how they can protect themselves from scammers who try to steal money or personal information.
Some apartment residents are earning a $10 quarterly credit on their electric bills while shifting usage times to when demand is lower.
Whether we harness the sun’s energy from large community arrays or smaller rooftop systems, solar energy helps us build a cleaner, greener grid.
For almost 15 years, Breslin, Manager of Land Resources and Surveying, has worked throughout the community, along with TEP coworkers, to protect our desert.
The Arizona Department of Economic Security is partnering with TEP to distribute $36 million in federal funding to help renters behind on their utility bills.