Crews are upgrading existing underground cables 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.
TEP volunteers will join community members to help construct a house during the 19th Women Build for Habitat for Humanity on March 7.
TEP sponsored the SheTech Explorer Day, where high school girls learned about career pathways.
TEP employees joined more than 400 judges to rate projects at the SARSEF Engineering and Science Fair, sponsored by TEP.
TEP is suspending two public open house meetings next week as a precaution to limit unnecessary risk of exposure to the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Help your fellow neighbors pay their energy bills during these difficult times by adding an extra amount to your payment.