Arizona Public Service News

APS offers encouragement for women in STEM careers

Female engineers are helping keep power running to millions of Arizona homes.

Utility calls for caution when handling Mylar balloons

In a recent press release, the Arizona Public Service Electric Co. urged all who use balloons to consider their dangers and safety concerns when handling them, noting these objects occasionally have a hand in damaging power lines and even causing power outages.

Scammers target APS customers; APS offers fraud-prevention tips

APS customers across Arizona are being targeted by individuals falsely representing themselves by phone as APS employees.

APS Foundation awards $1.2 million in grants to science, technology, engineering and math programs

Fourteen nonprofit organizations in Arizona and the Four Corners area will receive more than $1.2 million in STEM-supported grants from the APS Foundation, the charitable arm of Phoenix-based Arizona Public Service (APS).

Arizona Public Service finds solar farms better than rooftop units

Leaders at Arizona Public Service (APS) recently found that grid solar-power generation is more cost-effective and beneficial than residential rooftop solar power.

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