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SRP prepares grid to support new technology systems


A unique partnership between Salt River Project and BASELAYER, the advanced data center hardware and software company born within IO, will provide an innovative approach to supporting the addition of critical data centers in the Valley. Data centers support modern computer technology information systems such as the Internet.  They are also large consumers of power,… Read More →

Top 5 holiday mainstays in Arizona

Ice skaters at Fairmont Princess

Whether you are an Arizona-local or just in town for the holidays, there are dozens of festivities happening every hour from now until the start of 2015. But there are, of course, some favorites. Here is a list of our top five holiday mainstays, in no particular order: Christmas at the Princess First on the list is the… Read More →

SRP stresses safety with holiday decorations

Holiday Tree Auction

With the holiday season fast approaching, many of us will be hanging lights, decorating trees and finding creative ways to celebrate the season. Salt River Project (SRP) is encouraging customers to stay safe this holiday season as they bring out the decorative lights bulbs, surge protectors and extension cords to energize the holidays. Each year,… Read More →

How Arizona wildfires impact water supply, economy


Arizona is home to the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in North America, with a single stand stretching from near Flagstaff all the way to the White Mountains of the east. And in the last 10 years, 25 percent of it burned, said Patrick Graham, Arizona state director for the Nature Conservancy. Fire suppression and… Read More →

SRP recognizes Champions of Energy Efficiency


SRP honored seven innovative businesses and organizations for their energy-efficiency efforts and savings at the inaugural Champions of Energy Efficiency Awards event. The awards are part of SRP’s efforts to encourage commercial customers to take advantage of the SRP Business Solutions programs to reduce energy use and save money. “Utility costs can be one of… Read More →

SRP Surpasses Energy Efficiency Goals

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Salt River Project exceeded its annual goal of helping residential and commercial customers save energy and money through the utility’s Energy Efficiency programs and initiatives. Last year, SRP’s Energy Efficiency programs for both residential and commercial customers provided annual energy savings equal to 2.3 percent of SRP’s retail energy sales that resulted in a savings… Read More →

Ronald McDonald House Completes $2.1M Capital Campaign

Final Rendering

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Phoenix has completed a two-year, $2.1 million fund-raising campaign to cover all construction, furnishing and decorating expenses for the Valley’s third Ronald McDonald House and the first in the East Valley. Renovation has begun on the 12,600 square foot former health care facility on the campus of Cardon Children’s Medical… Read More →

SRP Improves Power Outage Map Features


This monsoon season Salt River Project electric customers now have access to more information, thanks to improvements that have been added during the year to SRP’s online Power Outage Map. The SRP power outage page has been reimaged and allows for easier navigation. On mobile devices, the map is full screen and allows users easier… Read More →

SRP Customers Set Record for Energy Demand


For the first time since 2012, Salt River Project on Wednesday delivered a record amount of energy to its Phoenix-area retail customers. Between 4 and 5 p.m., SRP delivered an estimated retail peak demand of 6,707 megawatts. That peak topped the previous SRP high this summer of 6,382 megawatts on July 22 and the all-time… Read More →

SRP Ranked No. 1 in Performance by J.D. Power

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Salt River Project’s electric customers continue to give SRP higher marks for customer satisfaction, according to a report issued today by J.D. Power. With an increase of 21 performance points from a year ago, SRP ranks highest for residential electric service in the western United States among Large electric utilities for the 13th consecutive year.… Read More →

SRP Water Supply Good after Sparse 2014 Runoff

Water Conservation, City of Phoenix

In case anyone missed it, the five-month 2014 winter runoff season finished quite a bit like the previous three January-through-May periods: DRY. In fact, this year’s five-month snowmelt season produced only 148,000 acre-feet _ the eighth-driest since Salt River Project has been keeping records for the last 116 years and the fourth consecutive year with… Read More →

East Valley Energized by New SRP Line


A major new transmission project that will bring additional electricity and increased reliability to the Valley is now fully energized. The final phase of the Palo Verde-Southeast Valley-Browning (PV-SEV) 500-kilovolt (kV) project was placed into service for the first time this month. This marked a major milestone for SRP, as it was the last segment… Read More →

Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee Announces Board


The Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee announces its Board of Directors for Super Bowl XLIX. The board of directors is comprised of business leaders that volunteer their time to drive the state’s efforts for Super Bowl XLIX. The Host Committee is a private, non-profit Arizona corporation. The mandate of the Host Committee is to galvanize… Read More →

Southwest Renewable Resource launches Website

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The member electric utility companies of the Southwest Variable Energy Resources Initiative (SVERI) have launched a dedicated website that provides near real-time data for renewable energy resources from across the desert Southwest. SVERI is partnering with the University of Arizona to collect, display and analyze generator output and electric customer load data from the participating… Read More →