As part of the construction of the new Kino Substation, crews will be working overhead and underground to support the increasing energy needs of the area and support redundancies in our electrical system.
The LFCR charge partly offsets the revenue TEP loses when customers reduce their bills through our conservation and renewable energy programs.
The PPFAC is a usage-based charge that reflects changes in the costs TEP incurs to fuel its power plants and purchase energy for customers.
TEP employees participated in the National Career and Technical Education Letter of Intent Signing Day event at Pima Community College to promote careers and preparation programs.
Reliable electricity fuels economic development and our quality of life.
TEP volunteers are getting dirty to clean up nature areas throughout the Tucson area as part of the company’s longtime support of the environment.
TEP has launched a new program to help high school students learn about renewable energy resources.