Memorial Day weekend is known for family get-togethers, backyard barbecues and pool parties.
With triple digits here to stay, Arizona Public Service (APS) is joining forces with local nonprofits to provide heat relief to vulnerable individuals throughout Arizona.
Three Arizona energy providers have pledged a combined $1 million to help secure grant funding for communities that could be impacted by the retirement of coal-fired power plants.
APS is now accepting applications for its annual West Valley Grants program to help nonprofits combat homelessness and make a difference in our communities.
As a small- or medium-sized business owner, powering your business probably falls to the bottom of your to-do list – until the power bill arrives or the power goes out.
APS has some suggestions that can help you clean up your approach to energy savings by taking advantage of special discounts and offerings.
As Arizona communities continue to expand, more individuals are living adjacent to wilderness areas, which increases the risk of wildfire impacts.
The theme for this year’s Southwest Wildfire Awareness Week (March 26 – April 1) is ‘Preparing Together’ and APS is teaming up with public safety agencies to get the word out about how you can prepare for and prevent wildfires.
Among all the beautiful, unique and diverse places in Arizona, the Verde River is one of my favorites.
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