UNS Energy’s Board of Directors has named two new senior vice presidents and appointed a new vice president.
Be on alert for suspicious phone calls, text messages and letters from scammers who impersonate TEP employees.
These measures cost very little – or nothing at all – but they do require a change in behavior to achieve energy savings.
If home media electronics are on your shopping list, be aware that their features and settings could bump up your monthly energy bills.
Representatives from about 50 small- and medium-sized businesses were invited to the Oct. 17 event.
TEP helped highlight our community’s most successful nonprofit groups at the Tucson Metro Chamber’s Copper Cactus Awards.
TEP has awarded these grants to help local nonprofit groups improve our community.
TEP residential customers can help plan Tucson’s energy future by entering a drawing to win $1,000 and answering questions about how they use energy.