Teachers score SRP grants with every Cardinals’ TD

As the Arizona Cardinals prepare to battle the Detroit Lions on Sunday, a few lucky teachers will benefit from each Cardinals’ touchdown. This season, Salt River Project is partnering with the Arizona Cardinals to award grants to teachers every time the Cardinals score a touchdown, according to a release. For every Arizona Cardinals TD this season, […]

J.D. Power: SRP ranks highest in customer satisfaction in West for 20th year

Salt River Project ranks highest in customer satisfaction in the western U.S. among large electric utilities for the 20th time in the 21 years that J.D. Power has been surveying residential electric customers and the 18th year in a row. According to the 2019 Electric Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study, issued by J.D. Power, electric […]

Nissan’s $3,500 incentive for SRP customers on Leaf ends July 1

Salt River Project customers have until July 1 to take advantage of a $3,500 incentive from Nissan North America to purchase a 2019 Nissan Leaf. Through a group-purchase program, Nissan will provide the $3,500 instant rebate off the manufacturer’s suggested retail price to eligible SRP customers who purchase the all-electric 2019 Leaf from a participating […]

SRP classes help businesses prepare for monsoon

Salt River Project is hosting a free workshop to help business customers prepare for storm season. Business managers are encouraged to sign up to learn how to reduce outage risks and maintain critical operations if the lights go out, according to a release. Topics covered include: Tips to create a business continuity plan Learn about […]

SRP educational grants deadline set for Feb. 28

The deadline, set for Feb. 28, is fast approaching for Arizona teachers to apply for grants from Salt River Project. SRP is offering grants for teachers looking for ways to engage their students in the classroom. Teachers are invited to apply for classroom grants to enhance learning in the classroom in the areas of math, […]

SRP plans to add more solar energy annually by 2025

Salt River Project plans to add 1,000 megawatts of new utility-scale solar energy to its system by the end of fiscal year 2025. According to a press release, the plan will accelerate the pace and total capacity of SRP’s current solar energy resource plans by 700 MW compared to current resource plans during the same […]

Queen Creek to use SRP Aesthetic Fund for electrical line conversion

The Town of Queen Creek will go ahead with an agreement with Salt River Project for the conversion of an overhead electrical distribution facility to an underground facility along Queen Creek Road east of Ellsworth Road. The agreement, which the Town Council approved on consent, will use money from the SRP Aesthetic Fund, totaling $142,100. […]

SRP receives OK for Southeast Power Link through Queen Creek, Mesa

The Arizona Corporation Commission this week unanimously approved a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility for an SRP power line project. SRP officials stated in a release that the Southeast Power Link “will enable Salt River Project to meet growing energy needs in the Southeast Valley.” Wednesday’s approval was the final step of the application for the […]

SRP extends temporary decrease in electricity prices

Salt River Project’s Board of Directors has approved increasing the amount and extending a six-month temporary decrease in electricity prices passed earlier this year for SRP customers. Under the six-month extension recommended by SRP management, prices will be reduced by an additional $24.2 million – or approximately 2.3 percent – effective with the November 2018-April […]

Power to the people: 7-mile project offers southeast Valley energy solution, SRP says

Salt River Project is seeking to construct a 7-mile overhead 230-kilovolt power line along a half-mile stretch of Crismon Road into Queen Creek and the rest in southeast Mesa. Meetings are to be held in September to solicit local residents’ input on the project, which also includes a 230/69-kV receiving station. “We have a lot […]