UES has launched a new mobile app that notifies customers about outages, allows them to make payments and informs them about their energy usage.
UES electric customers will be able to choose from several new pricing plans under updated rates approved Aug. 11.
UES has more than doubled its renewable generating capacity with the expansion of a solar and wind project near Willcox, Ariz.
UES’ Grants That Make a Difference are awarded for programs with measurable results that help vulnerable populations in northern and southern Arizona.
UES will build a community-scale solar photovoltaic system in Mohave County and provide small solar arrays to two Nogales high schools.
UES gas customers will pay lower natural gas rates thanks to a temporary bill credit resulting from lower wholesale energy prices.
UES has requested new electric rates with higher fixed charges, lower energy costs and other changes that better reflect the cost of serving customers’ energy needs.