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commitment to corporate citizenship

​Arizona Public Service Company has been powering Arizona's economic growth since its founding in 1886. Healthy, vital communities are an essential part of its vision of creating a sustainable energy future for Arizona.

This Corporate Citizenship video co-produced by Arizona Highways Television highlights some of the decisions APS is making today to strengthen the communities it serves, and have a positive societal, economic and environmental impact.

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our story
For more than 130 years, we have powered Arizona's growth, prosperity and innovation. Today, we provide 2.7 million people with safe, reliable and increasingly clean energy. Our 6,300 employees are dedicated to ensuring a bright future for Arizona.

keeping electricity affordable
​In October 2016, APS began its participation in the Energy Imbalance Market. The EIM uses a sophisticated marketing and trading system that enables APS to better integrate renewable resources and optimizes our ability to generate electricity in the most efficient and cost-effective manner for our customers.
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March 13, 2019

With unanimous approval from the Arizona Corporation Commission, APS will pass $86 million more in federal tax reform savings onto customers beginning in April.


February 21, 2019

APS customers will soon power their homes and businesses with solar after sunset as the company announces one of the largest battery storage initiatives in the United States, with projects planned across Arizona.


February 13, 2019

APS reminds customers to use caution and keep hold of any Mylar balloons Cupid delivers for Valentine's Day. Mylar balloons are made of metallic fibers, which are conductive and can cause electrical outages if caught on high-voltage lines.


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