Crews will be working on overhead lines to support additional capacity provided by a newly-built substation in the area. This work will allow our local energy grid to support the increased energy needs of the community, including rooftop solar, and strengthen our system’s resiliency for improved safety and reliability.
The LFCR charge partly offsets the revenue TEP loses when customers reduce their bills through our conservation and renewable energy programs.
With the coronavirus pandemic creating financial hardships for businesses locally and nationwide, TEP is working to support our commercial customers.
TEP is offering ways that electric customers can reduce their summertime electric bills and maintain their comfort while using less energy.
Learn about programs and services that can support your workplace through the hot weather and storm season.
Tucson community leaders Bob and Beverely Elliott are joining the NBA Retired Players Association-Phoenix Chapter, led by President Lafayette “Fat” Lever, is providing free food and household supplies to about 1,600 local families in need.
Broken windows at TEP’s downtown headquarters will be transformed into colorful symbols of inclusion and diversity through a community painting project.