TEP is enhancing the resiliency of the local electric grid with three innovative energy storage facilities.
TEP linemen have been trained to repair extra-high voltage lines without powering them down first using a “bare hand” method.
TEP is moving forward with plans for two large, innovative energy storage systems.
Each year, TEP replaces two or three substation transformers, upgrading and modernizing the system to ensure continued reliable power delivery.
TEP is partnering with the Town of Oro Valley to move part of the town’s electrical infrastructure underground.
TEP’s new 500 kilovolt transmission line in Pinal County boosts electric reliability in Southern Arizona.
TEP works with state officials to preserve and protect sensitive cultural resources.