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.
With the coronavirus pandemic creating financial hardships for businesses locally and nationwide, TEP is working to support our commercial customers.
Wind is now the largest source of renewable energy in the country, and it will play an increasingly prominent role in TEP’s clean energy portfolio.
Crews installed the final blade on wind turbines in New Mexico that will begin providing clean energy for the Tucson area by November.
September is Hunger Action Month, a time for taking steps to address a critical community need.
TEP can help you make smart investments now that pay long-term dividends through more efficient energy use.