With transmission lines stretching through remote forests and deserts, TEP employees must stay vigilant during wildfire season.
When trees grow into power lines, outages can occur. It’s important to clear weeds from alleys so we can access electrical equipment during emergencies.
Police officers and fire fighters often are the first on scene when an electric outage or problem occurs. We train them and others about how to stay safe.
TEP is a key sponsor of Tucson’s new bike share program that allows riders to rent bicycles to explore the city’s urban core.
The Arizona Corporation Commission has approved a REST surcharge of $0.013 per kilowatt-hour for 2017.
TEP promotes utility careers through training and recruitment for a wide range of jobs, from information technology and security to engineering and trades.
The LFCR charge partly offsets the revenue TEP loses when customers reduce their bills through our conservation and renewable energy programs.