The project will also provide Renewable Energy Credits to the Tucson Electric Power Company (TEP), an Arizona corporation and principal subsidiary of UniSource Energy, which serves more than 400,000 customers in southern Arizona, covering the city of Tucson, as well as numerous smaller towns and unincorporated areas in Pima and Santa Cruz Counties.
What does TEPC stand for?
TEPC stands for Tucson Electric Power Company
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- Treasury Employees Political Action Committee (National Treasury Employees Union)
- The Executive Program for Agricultural Producers (Texas A&M University)
- Technology Park of Thessaly (Greece)
- Tonga Electric Power Board
- Thermally Enhanced Plastic Ball Grid Array
- Teacher Education Partnership Commission (Maricopa County, AZ community college system)
- Test & Evaluation Planning Committee
- Texas Energy Planning Council (Austin, TX)
- The Evans Poetry Collection
- Tissue Equivalent Proportional Counter
- Technical Porcelain and Chinaware Company (El Cerrito, CA)
- Tokyo Electric Power Co. (Japan)
- Technical Preparatory Committee of the Whole
- Teacher Education and Professional Development
- Test Exception-Plant Deficient
- Thailand Export Promotion Days
- Total End-Point Dose
- Totally Enclosed Permanent Drum
- Training, Education, and Professional Development (various organizations)
- Transendothelial Electrical Potential Difference
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Tucson Electric Power Company (TEP) will buy all of the electricity from the project under a 20-year agreement.
The former logo, featuring a white lightning bolt and lettering against a blue background, was first used in 1979, when the company then known as the Tucson Gas & Electric Company sold its gas operations and changed its name to Tucson Electric Power Company.
Tucson Electric Power Company, Phelps Dodge Energy Services, LLC, and a development subsidiary of PNM Resources have chosen Fluor to finish work at the 570-megawatt, combined cycle power plant, which was 50 percent complete when construction was stopped by the original owner in 2002.
UniSource Energy's primary subsidiaries include Tucson Electric Power Company, which serves approximately 403,000 customers in southern Arizona, and UniSource Energy Services, provider of natural gas and electric service for about 235,000 customers in northern and southern Arizona.
today announced that Tucson Electric Power Company has chosen EleQuant's unique software solution to improve the utility's system reliability, reduce costs and improve staff productivity.
UniSource Energy's primary subsidiaries include Tucson Electric Power Company, which serves more than 400,000 customers in southern Arizona, and UniSource Energy Services, provider of natural gas and electric service for about 235,000 customers in northern and southern Arizona.
Tucson Electric Power Company (TEP) will award up to $100,000 in grants to nonprofit organizations that assist at-risk children, teens, families and seniors.