When it comes to safely and accurately assessing the condition of our facilities, the sky’s the limit with new drone technology.
TEP CEO Susan Gray recently sat down to reflect on her first year in the role and to look ahead to the challenge of maintaining safe, reliable service with cleaner energy resources.
TEP is contributing $100,000 to Tucson Clean and Beautiful (TCB) in support of the initiative, from corporate resources that won’t be recovered through our rates.
Since a program to recruit veterans was launched in 2017, TEP has provided 66 internship opportunities for veterans and hired 33 of those participants.
In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month in October, we’re highlighting our recruiters’ efforts to hire and retain employees with disabilities.
These tools can help you save money, manage energy usage more effectively and make smart choices tailored to your needs while reducing your carbon footprint.
They used to call Susan Gray “the girl” when she started as an intern in 1994. Now we call her President and CEO.