Crews are testing, rating and prioritizing utility poles for replacement, and anticipate replacing up to nine poles. This will strengthen our system’s resiliency for improved safety and service reliability.
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.
Sabino Canyon visitors can now purchase shuttle tickets from a solar-powered kiosk designed by UA engineering students.
EV owners visiting downtown Tucson can now get a quick charge from two new fast-charging stations installed in front of TEP’s headquarters.
Find some unexpected energy-efficient products in our online home improvement store, where you can shop, read product reviews and compare items.
As we observe Earth Day on April 22, here are four meaningful ways that TEP is doing our part to protect our planet and community.
This Earth Day, TEP is celebrating our newest and largest wind, solar and energy storage resources, which will soon begin providing clean energy for Southern Arizona.