Whether we harness the sun’s energy from large community arrays or smaller rooftop systems, solar energy helps us build a cleaner, greener grid.
A new wind farm near the Arizona-New Mexico border began producing clean renewable energy for TEP customers.
Our online Clean Energy Tracker now can show just how much progress TEP has made toward building a cleaner, greener grid.
Frozen confections from two local, family-owned and operated Dairy Queens taste twice as nice knowing the restaurants support several sustainable efforts.
This spring, a team of College of Engineering seniors built a prototype of a rover to use at the Oso Grande Wind project in Roswell, N.M. in partnership with TEP.
Wind is now the largest source of renewable energy in the country, and it will play an increasingly prominent role in TEP’s clean energy portfolio.
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.