As we observe Earth Day on April 22, here are four meaningful ways that TEP is doing our part to protect our planet and community.
EV owners visiting downtown Tucson can now get a quick charge from two new fast-charging stations installed in front of TEP’s headquarters.
Sabino Canyon visitors can now purchase shuttle tickets from a solar-powered kiosk designed by UA engineering students.
TEP is working to deliver 70 percent of our energy from renewable sources by 2035, and rooftop solar arrays are a significant part of our plan for a cleaner, greener grid.
Kids are naturally curious explorers. So when it comes to teaching science, hands-on learning works best.
Under TEP’s GoSolar Shares program, residential customers can buy power in monthly 150-kilowatt-hour “shares.”
Crews installed the final blade on wind turbines in New Mexico that will begin providing clean energy for the Tucson area by November.