While National Cut Your Energy Costs Day comes only once a year on Jan. 10, energy-saving tips can help Arizona Public Service (APS) customers save money in any season.
Recognizing that for many Arizonans the economic challenges caused by COVID-19 will continue into the new year, Arizona Public Service Company (APS) remains here to help customers.
Arizona Public Service Company (APS) is taking more steps to deliver on its commitment to serve one of the fastest-growing service territories in the country with 100% clean energy by 2050. APS issued two requests for proposals (RFP) — one to acquire both renewable energy and additional peaking capacity resources, and the other to install more battery energy storage at two existing APS solar plants.
While the holiday season will look a little different in 2020 as we all try to limit the spread of COVID-19, neighbors across Arizona are hoping to spread holiday cheer with their light displays. APS encourages a focus on safety while decorating, as electrical accidents can ruin any holiday celebration.
Nearly one million acres have been scorched by wildfires in Arizona in 2020. Conditions are such that it takes just one human mistake or one lightning strike to set one off.
Nearly 1.3 million homes and businesses rely on us for safe, reliable power. And we deliver – ranking within the top 25% of electric utilities across the nation for frequency of outages in 11 of the past 12 years and within the top 25% for duration of outages in 9 of the past 12 years.
In a year of uncertainty and challenge, the APS Foundation had the privilege of delivering the good news to 45 Title 1 school principals letting them know that they had been randomly selected to receive an unrestricted $5,000 APS Supply My School grant to help them meet their most pressing needs.
With shoppers looking to score the best deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, customers of Arizona Public Service Company (APS) can take advantage of a limited-time offer to receive a free Google Nest Thermostat valued at $129.
Scammers are taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to intimidate people into falling victim to their schemes. That’s why Arizona Public Service (APS), Salt River Project (SRP), Southwest Gas, Tucson Electric Power (TEP) and UniSource Energy Services are coming together for Utility Scam Awareness Day, Nov. 18, 2020, to help protect customers from potential scams.
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