More than 80 percent of the sun will be covered by the moon, but don’t worry — we’ll have plenty of power on hand.
These substations play a crucial role in keeping the lights on for TEP customers, often in fast-growing areas with increasing energy needs.
TEP must operate a balanced grid at all times — needing to generate, buy and deliver the exact amount of power that customers are using in real time.
Springerville employees have been gearing up to assume maintenance of solar arrays, bringing the process in-house.
Our summer preparations are focused on supporting rapid service restoration, in part by ensuring the availability of critical equipment and supplies.
Eddie Morales is among TEP’s nearly 100 lineworkers who serve as sentinels for our electrical grid.
At first glance, father and son duo Randal and Chris Orona are a study of opposites in some ways.