Today’s electric vehicles, which are growing in abundance and in popularity, offer a cleaner, cost-effective driving experience.
The challenges of 2020 that our state is facing together, from COVID-19 to summer heat, led Arizona Public Service (APS) to update a proposal earlier this year to provide customers with more smart energy choices designed to lower their electricity costs over the long-term.
On August 18 and 19, we asked you to conserve energy during the time of day when demand is the highest: 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.
With many Arizonans facing challenging times due to COVID, loss of income, altered work and school schedules and recent record heat, APS wants to ease the burden for those struggling to pay their electric bills.
An investigation into the April 19, 2019 equipment failure at the McMicken battery facility in Surprise has been completed.
Customers have service plan options for managing summer energy use, costs
Arizona’s fight against COVID-19 is drawing collaboration and participation from every sector, and Arizona Public Service is joining other companies in the team effort to support customers and communities.
Last year, 66,000 APS customers lost service when balloons hit power lines. APS offers suggestions to reduce outages and keep customers safe.
Arizona’s largest electricity provider and national business group work with companies to identify and evaluate technologies to meet clean energy goals
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