Looking to save more money in the new year? National Cut Your Energy Costs Day on Jan. 10 can help kick-start your 2022 savings goals. Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) encourages customers to explore easy energy-saving options to save money year-round.
APS crews are heeding PG&E’s call for assistance and helping restore power in northern California. That area was hit by a major winter snowstorm over the holidays, and more than 20,000 homes remain without power days later.
Arizona’s business community is booming and companies from across the world are moving to the Grand Canyon State to experience the growing economic potential that the Southwest has to offer.
Arizona’s winter storms can pack a powerful punch, cause major damage to the electric system and make it challenging for utility crews and equipment to get where they are needed.
The 2021 holiday season will be marked by the dazzling return of electric light parades throughout the state. APS is helping communities celebrate the season with these fun events, each with a unique local flair.
In just one generation, the populations of bees, butterflies and other insects in Arizona and across the globe have plummeted.
As you make your holiday list, APS encourages you to put safety at the top. The hustle and bustle of the season often leads to accidents.
APS volunteers joined the non-profit organization Trees Matter on November 18 to plant six desert-adapted trees in front of Tempe High School.
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