It’s that time of year when most of us deck the halls to make our homes bright and cheery for the holidays.
Tucson resident Isabel Sepulveda and her son are breathing easier and paying lower energy bills.
A twinkling hippopotamus, made by TEP welders, sparkles during the holiday season.
While volunteers are unable to help at many in-person events this year, TEP is getting creative to brighten the holidays.
Cluttered alleys with large obstacles or overgrown vegetation can hinder our efforts to restore power in a timely fashion.
The gardens are using a TEP donation to open space for safer, physically distant pathways for nighttime events.
TEP and other Arizona utilities are coming together to help customers protect themselves from scams on Utility Scam Awareness Day.
Energy efficient products aren’t just smart for your wallet. They’re also good for the environment.