As Arizonans begin to confront the hotter summer days and higher temperatures still ahead in 2021, Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) has partnered with local organizations to provide various heat-relief assistance for the state’s most vulnerable populations.
Weather services are predicting an active monsoon season for Arizona in 2021.
With summer just around the corner, APS customers don’t need to compromise staying cool and comfortable to manage their electric bills.
APS hosts the Key Supplier Forum and Awards to recognize outstanding supplier partners that provide exceptional service and help us deliver on our mission to provide clean, affordable and reliable energy to our customers.
Memorial Day weekend is almost here and many Arizonans will spend this time of remembrance enjoying the company of family and friends. With the start of summer and the school year coming to an end, Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) reminds customers to be safe near pools and while recreating outdoors.
Graduation season is upon us and while many soon-to-be graduates are eager to toss their mortarboards high in the sky, APS reminds customers to keep a tight grip on their festive balloons during their outdoor celebrations.
Precooling during warmer months can be an effective way to decrease your monthly energy bill.
Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) and Friendly House have partnered to award deserving individuals from throughout the state with scholarships to attend an electrical lineworker program at Yavapai Community College starting in Fall 2021.
Arizona Public Service Co. (APS will soon serve customers with more solar power after expanding an existing all-source request for proposals (RFP).
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