TEP will return unused energy efficiency funds to customers to help cushion the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
TEP is seeking input as we develop our long-term strategy for meeting our community’s energy needs.
Southern Arizona charities have received nearly $500,000 so far from pandemic relief funds our company has supported.
Families and individuals looking for social services and resources can now work directly with 2-1-1 operators.
When public spaces reopen, people will be able to gather at Saguaro National Park East’s Visitor Center — comfortably.
As a provider of a critical service at a critical time, TEP has remained vigilant during the coronavirus pandemic.
Another hot summer is upon us. If your AC needs to be replaced, TEP offers incentives that will help reduce your upfront costs.
TEP is expediting its ongoing efforts to replace older poles to update aging infrastructure and maintain service reliability for customers.