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As days grow longer and temperatures rise, these energy-saving measures can help you manage your summer electric bill.
Making a Big Impact in our Community
TEP will award more than 0,000 this year to support education, the environment and limited-income assistance programs through our bigger, better Community Impact Grants.
Shade Tree Savings
TEP's new Trees for You program makes it even easier and more affordable to save energy by planting shade trees.
Building a Sustainable Energy Future
TEP has proposed updated rates for 2017 to support investments in a stronger, more reliable and more sustainable electric system.
Protect Yourself From Scammers
TEP wants you to be aware of ongoing phone and text message scams that provide you with inaccurate information.
Thinking About Solar?
Learn the facts about potential changes that may affect new users of solar power systems.
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05/03/2016 TEP Receives Approval to Develop Two Innovative Energy Storage Facilities
04/12/2016 TEP To Share Energy Cost Savings With Customers Through Reduced Charge
04/07/2016 TEP Offers Shade Trees For Just Each Through Improved Efficiency Program
CCR Rule Compliance Data and Information
Proposed Electric Rate Increase
Protect Yourself from Scammers
Transmission Line Projects
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