We supported the creation of 1,300 new jobs through our economic development efforts in 2022.
The team is constantly calculating the best balance of energy from all available sources, supported by weather reports and lessons learned through experience.
TEP got the green light from state regulators to move ahead with our three-year Transportation Electrification Implementation Plan.
TEP is inviting educators to spend a few days with our employees so they can share what they learn about our business with their students.
Homeless people are cleaning up neighborhoods and getting help finding shelter and permanent homes, thanks to Old Pueblo Community Services.
TEP’s largest wind farm is powered by veterans who transitioned into the renewable energy field after their military service.