UniSource Energy Services is working to expand educational opportunities throughout Arizona. Through partnerships with schools, nonprofit groups and other community organizations, UniSource is helping teachers deliver compelling lessons, particularly in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. We’re also preparing students for opportunities in the energy industry.


Renewable Students

This interactive, multimedia presentation is aligned with state standards and designed to teach high school students about the science and history of renewable energy.

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UniSource Energy Services: UES Bright Students

UES Bright Students

This three-part interactive, multimedia presentation is aligned with state standards and designed to teach 4th-8th grade students about energy sources, electricity generation, and energy efficiency.
UniSource Energy Services: Safetyland


This in-classroom program teaches second graders about electrical safety through a fun, interactive board game.
UniSource Energy Services: Home Energizer Workshops

Home Energizer Workshops

UniSource helps customers become more energy efficient and save money by teaching them how to trim their energy use and costs. We also provide supplies to get you started on your way to saving.

Resources for teachers & kids

Cactus Moon

Cactus Moon education focuses on reliable information about clean and renewable energy technologies to assist educators. This site provides a line of educational modules for elementary school age students. Cactus Moon also offers presentations for nearly any group of students on topics related to green technology. Learn more »

Energy information

The U.S. Department of Energy provides information about solar energy development and research. This is a great place to look up information for school assignments and to learn more about solar resources in general.

Educational contacts

For additional gas service related educational information, contact For additional electric service related educational information, contact