Around the holidays, at-risk children are among the most in need. One focus of the Tucson Electric Power Community Action Team is to support charities that help at-risk children. Through CAT, employees have formed tight connections with many nonprofit agencies that serve children in foster care, combat youth homelessness and support children’s financial education, among
School’s back in session, and UNS Energy Corporation employees helped less-fortunate children gear-up for their return to the classroom. In Tucson, about 50 TEP volunteers helped kids pick out new clothes as part of the Salvation Army ChildSpree 2013. About 125 kids in grades K-12 participated in the July 20 event at the JC Penny
Deep in the heart of Arizona Wildcat country is another feline-inspired entity – the Community Action Team, or CAT, of Tucson Electric Power. For the past 20 years, this CAT has been on the prowl for ways to serve its communities through volunteer service and charitable contributions. In its first year, back in 1993,
TEP works with state officials to preserve and protect sensitive cultural resources.
A program that uses the Arizona Trail to give schoolchildren outdoor educational experiences received a big boost from Tucson Electric Power to expand its reach. The Seeds of Stewardship program, started in 2012 by the Arizona Trail Association, takes a novel approach by going beyond simple field trips to work with the same students throughout
At TEP,equipment is rigorously tested and maintained for our workers’ safety.
TEP is partnering with the University of Arizona on sophisticated weather forecasting to predict how solar and wind installations will perform.
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