TEP is encouraging customers to conserve energy from 3-7 p.m. this week during a period of extremely high temperatures across the southwestern United States.
TEP helped support 23 nonprofit groups that assist neighbors in need, support education and help strengthen our community.
TEP customers can support service reliability, use cleaner energy resources and possibly even save money this summer by conserving power between 3-7 p.m.
With Tucson’s newest and largest solar power system now online, TEP can deliver more solar energy than ever before – including when the sun isn’t shining.
Almost a full year after suspending disconnections, TEP is now resuming that step as a last resort for accounts with overdue balances.
New TEP rates that take effect next year will expand bill-payment assistance for low-income customers while supporting the company’s investments in efficient new energy resources.
TEP and other Arizona utilities are coming together to help customers protect themselves from scams on Utility Scam Awareness Day.