TEP practices sustainability throughout the year with programs to help the environment.
The Next Generation of Tucson documents the ongoing evolution of TEP’s power portfolio.
TEP partners with the wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and relocation group Wild At Heart to create new homes for burrowing owls.
TEP’s Raptor Protection Program is an ongoing effort to safeguard electrical equipment to protect large birds.
TEP collects methane from decomposing trash in the city of Tucson’s Los Reales Landfill to help run H. Wilson Sundt Generating Station’s Unit 4.
TEP’s Land Resources department has collaborated with the Tucson Cactus & Succulent Society on several projects.
TEP participates in Beat Back Buffelgrass Day, dedicated to spreading awareness and removing vast quantities of the perennial grass.