UniSource is seeking updated electric rates that would take effect in early 2024, its first such request in seven years, to support a stronger, more secure energy grid.
PHOENIX and TUCSON – With the holidays fast approaching, Arizona utilities are reminding their customers that professional scammers often use the hectic holiday season to take advantage of unsuspecting victims. According to local scam awareness experts, December and January typically have the greatest amount of scam activity. That’s why Arizona Public Service (APS), Salt River
UniSource gas customers should expect higher bills this winter due to rising natural gas costs, which have more than tripled over the last three years.
Each day in Arizona more than five utility lines are damaged due to unsafe digging. Thankfully, it can all be avoided with one simple call to 811 before digging.
UniSource will seek new wind and solar generation, energy storage systems and other resources such as energy efficiency.
As Scam Awareness Day approaches next Wednesday, UniSource is reminding customers to protect themselves from scammers who try to steal money or personal information.
UniSource has partnered with the Arizona Department of Economic Security to provide $36 million in federal funding to eligible renters to pay their overdue bills.