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).
APS continues year-round fire prevention approach across Arizona
Unique coalition aims to develop a clean hydrogen ecosystem to help cut carbon dioxide emissions in the state
Geisler Named APS President; Cooper Appointed CFO
Mylar balloons, can cause major power outages and be dangerous when they come in contact with energized power lines.
Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) will begin accepting applications Apr. 22 for its annual West Valley Grants giving program. West Valley Grants are available through the Arizona Community Foundation and awarded to eligible nonprofits in Arlington, Buckeye, Glendale, Surprise, Tonopah, west Phoenix and surrounding areas.
This Earth Day, April 22nd, Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) offers easy ways customers can help protect the environment while cutting back on their electric bills.
APS’s clean energy plan is focused on achieving environmental and economic gains, all while maintaining affordable, reliable service for our customers.
As wildfires affect communities in our state, Arizona Public Service Co. (APS) is working closely with emergency management agencies and when needed, is prepared to take power lines out of service to protect the public and first responders
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