These measures cost very little – or nothing at all – but they do require a change in behavior to achieve energy savings.
If home media electronics are on your shopping list, be aware that their features and settings could bump up your monthly energy bills.
With transmission lines stretching through remote forests and deserts, TEP employees must stay vigilant during wildfire season.
When monsoon storms mount their annual assault on TEP’s local grid, the Map Room is where our system controllers plan their response.
While temperatures may soar this summer, your energy costs don’t need to. Keep your energy use in check by implementing our energy-efficiency tips.
TEP volunteers will help the hungry over the holidays by collecting and delivering food, personal items and cash donations.
While scanning Black Friday ads for a new TV or laptop computer, keep an eye out for the ENERGY STAR® label.