Real-time Solar and Wind Generation

How much renewable power is TEP delivering to customers right now? This display tracks the output of 15 solar arrays and two wind farms that make up the majority of our cost-effective, community-scale renewable energy portfolio. Scroll down to see how their total output compares to customers' energy usage and to track individual system production.

Real-time Solar and Wind Generation

How much renewable power is TEP delivering to customers right now? This display tracks the output of 15 solar arrays and two wind farms that make up the majority of our cost-effective, community-scale renewable energy portfolio. Scroll down to see how their total output compares to customers' energy usage and track individual system production.

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Total renewable energy in megawatts (MW) -- MW
Percentage of total energy use served by renewables -- %
Homes powered by solar and wind energy --
Current solar:
-- MW
Current wind:
-- MW
Today's max:
-- MW
-- PM
Today's output:
-- MWh

Solar

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{location}
  • Single-axis tracker
  • 250,000 polycrystalline PV panels
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2015
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
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{location}
  • Single-axis tracker
  • 115,000 polycrystalline PV panels
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2014
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
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{ name }
{location}
  • Single-axis tracker
  • 410,000 thin-film modules
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2012
Current generation in MW:0.0 MW
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{location}
  • Single-axis tracker
  • 88,000 polycrystalline PV panels
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2012


Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
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{ name }
{location}
  • Fixed-tilt
  • 103,000 polycrystalline and thin-film panels
  • Owned and operated by TEP
  • Completed in 2014 and expanded in 2017
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
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{ name }
{location}
  • Single-axis tracker
  • 70,000 polycrystalline PV panels
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2016


Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
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{ name }
{location}
  • Fixed tilt and single-axis trackers
  • 54,904 modules
  • Owned and operated by TEP
  • Completed in 2000 and expanded in 2010 and 2014
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
{ gauge }
{ name }
{location}
  • Single-axis tracker
  • 47,000 polycrystalline PV panels
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2013

Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
{ gauge }
{ name }
{location}
  • Single-axis tracker
  • 24,000 polycrystalline PV panels
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2012

Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
{ gauge }
{ name }
{location}
  • Fixed-tilt
  • 48,000 thin-film modules
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2012
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
{ gauge }
{ name }
{location}
  • Fixed-tilt
  • 17,000 polycrystalline PV panels
  • Owned and operated by TEP
  • Completed in 2012
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
{ gauge }
{ name }
{location}
  • Fixed-tilt
  • 21,000 polycrystalline PV panels
  • Owned and operated by TEP
  • Completed in 2011
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
{ gauge }
{ name }
{location}
  • Fixed-tilt
  • Polycrystalline PV panels
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2017
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
{ gauge }
{ name }
{location}
  • Single-axis tracker
  • 6,000 monocrystalline PV panels
  • Owned and operated by TEP
  • Completed in 2010
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
{ gauge }
{ name }
{location}
  • Single-axis tracker
  • Polycrystalline PV panels
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2014
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
{ gauge }

Wind

{ name }
{location}
  • 28 wind turbines
  • 264-foot tall towers
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2011
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
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{ name }
{location}
  • 15 Wind Turbines
  • 450-foot tall towers
  • Power purchase agreement
  • Completed in 2015
Current generation in MW: 0.0 MW
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Our renewable resources

Tucson Electric Power has an expanding portfolio of solar arrays, wind farms and other clean renewable resources to help us provide safe, reliable and affordable electric service to our community.

We’re on track to generate 28 percent of our power from renewable resources by 2021. About 13 percent of our community’s power came from renewable resources in 2018. That’s much more than the 8 percent level required last year by the Arizona Renewable Energy Standard, which calls on utilities to increase their use of renewable energy each year until it reaches 15 percent of their retail energy sales in 2025.

TEP’s investment in clean, green generating resources and renewable programs will continue as we reduce our reliance on coal. We expect to add 450 megawatts (MW) of new renewable capacity by the end of 2020, boosting our total renewable energy portfolio to more than 1,000 MW.

The dashboard above includes the output from most of our largest renewable energy resources. It does not include the output of smaller local systems or two renewable energy systems that boost output at our H. Wilson Sundt Generating Station in Tucson. It also does not include excess energy produced by private solar arrays.

Click here for a complete overview of our renewable resources.