A flock of sheep at a local TEP solar array helps keep weeds trimmed so that solar panels can continue producing clean energy for customers.
When viewers watch the weather report on KOLD News 13’s 5 p.m. broadcast, they now can find out how many homes were powered by TEP’s solar and wind energy that day.
Local businesses can buy clean, affordable solar energy though the TEP GoSolar Shares program.
TEP is making major investments in renewable energy resources and infrastructure to support business growth and strengthen service reliability.
This wooly work crew is helping TEP manage vegetation at one of our largest solar arrays.
TEP has developed energy storage systems at a scale that ranks among the utility industry’s leaders, according to an industry report.
A new online dashboard shows in real time how much solar and wind energy TEP is delivering to customers.