For more than nine months of 2020, APS did not disconnect customers with overdue balances; now 90% of residential accounts are current with the help of extended payment arrangements, flexible options, support programs
Through the Arizona Community Foundation, Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) and its parent company Pinnacle West (APS) are accepting applications for its annual West Valley Grants program.
Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) today announced the launch of its Going Green & Going Smart Program, a free, virtual training portal that helps small business owners adopt sustainable business practices that save money, energy and attract environmentally minded consumers.
Starting 2023, seasonal schedule will reduce annual carbon emissions an estimated 20-25%, furthering APS’s clean energy commitment
Arizona Public Service (APS) joins Utilities United Against Scams (UUAS) to recognize National Consumer Protection Week, which aims to educate customers on how they can guard against becoming victims of impostor utility scams.
Arizona Public Service Company (APS) is working with HotFoot Recruiters to bring in the next class of Customer Care Center associates.
PHOENIX – While public celebrations were close to non-existent in 2020, metallic balloons, also known as Mylar balloons, had a field day on APS’s electrical grid. With love in the air, APS reminds customers balloons should stay grounded.
In the year since Arizona Public Service (APS) announced its bold commitment to serve customers with 100% clean, carbon-free energy by 2050, the company has made steady progress toward that goal.
Urban and rural communities across Arizona are working to keep our state clean, beautiful, and thriving. Cities and towns are designing more sustainable futures for their operations and for the way of life they offer their citizens.
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