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.
TEP promotes utility careers through training and recruitment for a wide range of jobs, from information technology and security to engineering and trades.
TEP is helping military service members transition into the civilian workforce through a new internship program.
Tucson recently sweated through the hottest June on record. The hot weather will lead to higher bills for most TEP customers.
TEP actively recruits veterans for positions throughout the company.
To support the Sun Link system, built by Old Pueblo Trackworks, TEP upgraded and reworked the electrical system along the 4.3-mile track.
TEP works with state officials to preserve and protect sensitive cultural resources.