Eddie Morales is among TEP’s nearly 100 lineworkers who serve as sentinels for our electrical grid.
Keep your customers and employees safe while protecting your facilities, assets and equipment.
In 2022 alone, TEP spent more than $290 million to improve power lines, poles, transformers and other facilities used to deliver service.
St. Johns Unified School District, City of Show Low, City of St. Johns and Grow Arizona will each receive $25,000 to support growth.
The Tower at 5151 E. Broadway installed fast-charging stations for electric vehicles with TEP rebates.
Carbon dioxide emissions from TEP’s generating portfolio show powerful progress toward reaching our clean energy goals.
Maintain manageable bills and reliable service with free home upgrades and energy saving tips.
When a Tucson resident needed to replace her older, high-mileage car last year, she knew her next vehicle would be electric.