Mark Mansfield, Tucson Electric Power’s Vice President of Energy Resources, and five University of Arizona students built outhouses in Bolivia with local residents as part of Engineers Without Borders. Mark is a professional mentor for the UA chapter of the nonprofit humanitarian organization that supports engineering projects in third-world countries, primarily to improve water and
Tucson Electric Power has invested more than $1 billion since 2011 to maintain safe, reliable electric service to more than 417,000 customers. These improvements have included: $468 million of upgrades to TEP’s transmission and distribution system, including $216 million to improve several 138-kilovolt (kV) transmission lines and build a new 500-kV transmission line. TEP also
When Tucson Electric Power first created the Wholesale Marketing department in the mid-1990s, two employees were selected as the company’s first day traders – Michael Bowling and David Hutchens. It was a busy time for Wholesale Marketing. TEP had an abundance of excess power in a volatile, fast-paced market, making for long, exciting workdays and raising
TEP is partnering with the Winterhaven neighborhood to serve as the title sponsor for the Winterhaven Festival of Lights for at least the next five years, beginning in 2017.
TEP employee volunteers spread a lot of light during the holiday season.
TEP has partnered with the Tucson Urban League for more than three decades.
About 30 TEP employees ride in El Tour de Tucson each year. The riders raise money for nonprofits.