Here are steps you can take to reduce your energy usage and costs, stay more comfortable and reduce your carbon footprint.
Emergency responders need to understand the risks they face in situations involving electrical equipment.
Working in such an isolated area can present unique challenges for the small crew of “caretakers.”
Lynda Smith cares about the way she lives on the planet. Using clean, renewable energy was just an extension of her conservation ethic.
TEP prepares year-round for the challenges of summer’s high temperatures and powerful thunderstorms.
TEP is encouraging eligible educators to sign up for a smart thermostat at no cost during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 8-12.
TEP and the city have signed a letter of intent to work toward powering 100 percent of city operations with renewable energy.
TEP offers incentives and rebates to upgrade equipment at businesses or institutions of any size.