For Immediate Release: July 2, 2020 Tucson, Ariz. – As summer begins, Tucson Electric Power (TEP) will be well prepared for the season’s soaring temperatures and powerful thunderstorms thanks to system improvements that are strengthening its local energy grid. TEP is nearing completion of the approximately $25 million Irvington to Kino 138-kilovolt (kV) transmission line project,
While the wildfire season officially starts May 1, wildfire risk mitigation takes place year-round at TEP.
Just as TEP crews prepare for severe weather all year long, your family can take steps to stay safe before, during and after storms this summer.
Spring beckons us to head outside to trim trees, tend to landscaping and play — but review these five electrical safety tips to keep your family safe.
TEP will once again be the title sponsor of the Winterhaven Festival of Lights, which this year celebrates 70 years.
By following these simple steps from our experts, you can keep your home jolly, safe and energy efficient.
You can balance your guests’ comfort along with your checkbook by following these simple steps.