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8/10/2022

Each day in Arizona more than five utility lines are damaged due to unsafe digging. Damaging a buried utility line is dangerous, disruptive and costly. Thankfully, it can all be avoided with one simple call to 811 before digging.

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7/26/2022

Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) is helping local teachers get ready for the upcoming academic year with grants for classroom resources. Marking its fifth year, the APS Supply My Class program will award 500 K-12 Title 1 public or charter school teachers with $500 grants.

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7/20/2022

Arizona’s 2022 monsoon season is already breaking records - and it’s not over yet. Due to several severe storms that have rolled through communities across the state in the span of one week, APS crews have been working to replace well over 400 power poles. In comparison, APS crews typically replace approximately 290 poles every monsoon season.

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6/15/2022

Weather services are predicting an active 2022 monsoon season for Arizona, and the rain, wind and lightning caused by storms could impact the electrical grid. Think ahead, subscribe to outage alerts and be safe around electricity.

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6/9/2022

While the calendar says summer starts June 21, the weather forecast for many areas of our state says it’s already here. Through long-term and year-round planning and maintenance, APS is well-prepared to meet the increased need for electricity as temperatures rise and Arizonans turn up the AC.

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5/25/2022

With the official start of summer almost here, many Arizonans are looking forward to backyard barbecues and spending time with family and friends by the pool. Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) offers safety tips to avoid hazards and prevent power outages.

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5/24/2022

Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) announced today that Adam Heflin has been named Executive Vice President and Chief Nuclear Officer (CNO) at the Palo Verde Generating Station, effective June 6.

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5/18/2022

Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) has partnered with local organizations to provide heat-relief assistance for the state’s most vulnerable populations.

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5/16/2022

As more people and companies move in record numbers to the state, Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) customers will have cleaner electricity to power their lives and businesses through a new 2022 All-Source Request for Proposals (RFP).

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