New wind farm, operating on one of state’s oldest working cattle ranches, to power Arizona homes.
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Lineworkers, substation electricians and troublemen all play a unique role in providing an essential service for customers 365 days a year.
Just in time for National Wildlife Day, September 4, four red-tailed hawk siblings are back home, after they were rescued from a perilous perch.
With record-setting July temperatures and more soaring temperatures in the forecast, Arizona Public Service (APS) customers are benefitting from solar energy at night, thanks to nine large-scale energy storage systems connected to existing APS solar power plants.
With more than 1.3 million homes and businesses using electricity to keep cool during Arizona’s record heat wave, APS customers have again made history, setting a new peak for the most energy used.
After 16 straight days of temperatures at or above 110 degrees and air conditioners cranking to keep Arizonans cool, Arizona Public Service (APS) customers demand reached 8,191 megawatts (MW) on Saturday, July 15.
APS is ready and well prepared to meet the increased demand for energy as Arizonans endure triple digit heat and turn up their ACs.
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