Tucson Electric Power will unveil a new mobile app this month that will notify customers about power outages at their home or business, allow them to make a payment and inform them about their usage patterns.
The app is designed for ease of use on Apple and Android devices and will provide flexible, 24-hour access to self-service features used most by customers. Customers can download the app for free beginning Aug. 22 from Apple’s App Store or Google Play.
“Our goal is to provide a convenient new way for customers to manage their account and stay up-to-date if an outage occurs,” said David Hutchens, TEP’s President and Chief Executive Officer. “The app has many useful features and we plan to add more in the future.”
With the app, customers can report power outages and check the status of restoration efforts in real time. They also can view and pay a bill, view usage patterns and history, review energy tips and quickly connect to TEP’s social media sites. Customers can choose to receive push notifications about new bills and power outages affecting their home or business.
The TEP mobile app is a secure and convenient way to manage your electric service. For more details, visit tep.com/mobileapp.