A variety of factors can cause your bill to go up or down, even for homes that are roughly the same size and have the same number of occupants.
With transmission lines stretching through remote forests and deserts, TEP employees must stay vigilant during wildfire season.
TEP is beginning to display demand information on the bill to further educate customers about their energy usage patterns.
TEP commercial customers now can get assistance from specialized Customer Service Representatives who are trained to answer calls about business needs.
TEP will award $135,000 in Community Impact Grants this year to support nonprofit agency programs.
TEP is seeking information about forest biomass generation systems that could generate power for customers while improving the health of Arizona forests.
When monsoon storms mount their annual assault on TEP’s local grid, the Map Room is where our system controllers plan their response.