TEP employees take on leadership roles in business and economic development groups to help create and sustain a strong, healthy regional economy.
TEP supports service members by helping them establish energy-efficient facilities, enhancing their families’ quality of life and hiring military veterans.
There are easy steps that businesses – both small and large – can take to better manage their electric use during the hot summer months.
Business customers: Pay bills, learn energy usage patterns and make account changes with TEP’s programs and online and mobile services.
TEP provides incentives for new and expanding businesses as well as other support for local job creation efforts.
TEP is helping military service members transition into the civilian workforce through a new internship program.
TEP provided energy-efficiency guidance to the Salvation Army, its architect and construction contractor, in addition to rebates.