With shoppers looking to score the best deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, customers of Arizona Public Service Company (APS) can take advantage of a limited-time offer to receive a free Google Nest Thermostat valued at $129.
Scammers are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to intimidate people into falling victim to their schemes. That’s why Arizona Public Service (APS), Salt River Project (SRP), Southwest Gas, Tucson Electric Power (TEP) and UniSource Energy Services are coming together for Utility Scam Awareness Day, Nov. 18, 2020, to help protect customers from potential scams.
While cooler weather is finally here, the past summer brought unprecedented challenges including record heat and energy shortages on the Western grid.
Customers of Arizona Public Service Company (APS) will soon power their homes and businesses with more clean energy. Earlier this year, APS announced a bold commitment to deliver 100% clean, carbon-free electricity to customers by 2050. By the end of 2021, APS will harness the power of Leeward Renewable Energy’s (Leeward) advanced GE wind turbine technology to help meet Arizona’s growing energy demands.
Working with the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA), we’re helping to electrify rural homes within the Navajo communities of Tuba City and Cameron in northern Arizona.
Ten years ago, the Four Corners Power Plant was at a crossroads, facing prohibitively expensive requirements to clean up its emissions. In collaboration with all stakeholders, we found a way to “cut the Gordian knot” – closing three older units at the plant, expanding our ownership share of the newer, cleaner units and committing to add more pollution controls. Those changes have had a clear result: cleaner air.
The Ocotillo Modernization Project provides a variety of benefits for customers and the community, including supporting reliability and integrate more renewable energy into our system.
Today’s electric vehicles, which are growing in abundance and in popularity, offer a cleaner, cost-effective driving experience.
The challenges of 2020 that our state is facing together, from COVID-19 to summer heat, led Arizona Public Service (APS) to update a proposal earlier this year to provide customers with more smart energy choices designed to lower their electricity costs over the long-term.
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