Crews have completed construction and started testing at the site, which is expected to begin producing clean energy before the end of the year.
TEP and the FBI are urging local residents to report any shooting or other suspicious activity around electrical equipment.
TEP is joining other Arizona utilities in calling for voluntary energy conservation to ease a regional energy shortage amid extremely high temperatures.
As summer begins, TEP will be well prepared for the season’s soaring temperatures and powerful thunderstorms.
TEP plans to provide more than 70 percent of its power from wind and solar resources to reduce carbon emissions 80 percent by 2035.
Tucson community leaders Bob and Beverely Elliott are joining the NBA Retired Players Association-Phoenix Chapter, led by President Lafayette “Fat” Lever, is providing free food and household supplies to about 1,600 local families in need.
TEP is offering ways that electric customers can reduce their summertime electric bills and maintain their comfort while using less energy.