TEP is proud to support the University of Arizona’s plan to provide 100 percent clean energy to its Tucson campus by the end of 2020.
Eleven public schools will be brighter and more energy efficient, thanks to new LED lighting from a TEP program designed to help schools save electricity.
TEP has teamed up with Southwest Gas to support a new Energy Technology Certificate Program that Pima Community College began offering this fall.
TEP is helping the Cooper Center for Environmental Learning provide high school students the opportunity to research and develop potential strategies for improving local air quality.
When there’s a need in the community, Tucson Electric Power and our employees step up.
TEP is helping to build a pipeline of talent to fill high-growth, high-demand positions in the craft trades by collaborating with local schools and colleges and teachers and career counselors.
TEP is sponsoring a two-day symposium at Biosphere 2 this month to help K-12 science teachers increase their knowledge and classroom skills.