Salt River Project News

SRP recognized for employee adoption benefits by Dave Thomas Foundation

Tempe-based Salt River Project (SRP) was recently recognized for its employee adoption benefits by the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.

Salt River Project offering free photovoltaic system to area nonprofits

The Salt River Project (SRP) Solar for Nonprofits is offering valley-area nonprofits a chance to receive a free photovoltaic (PV) system that will be awarded next year.

Coconino County stresses need to prolong Navajo station operation with U.S. officials

Focusing on an imminent closing of the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) on Navajo land near Page, Coconino County’s board of supervisors met recently with officials from the U.S. Department of the Interior in Washington, D.C.

Workshop explores future of coal industry in Arizona

The future of the coal industry was explored in an April 6 workshop in Phoenix by the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC).

Salt River Projets to plant 5,100 trees in honor of 51 Cardinals touchdowns

Salt River Project (SRP) said it will plant 5,100 trees to help restore forests in Arizona, in honor of the Arizona Cardinals scoring 51 touchdowns this season.

Salt River Project celebrates five-year anniversary of Business Resource Center

Salt River Project celebrated the five-year anniversary of its online Business Resource Center,, a free resource offering business tools, seminars and expert advice, at a luncheon last week with community partners and entrepreneurs.

Salt River Project offers tips to save energy during the holiday season

Salt River Project is offering tips to lower energy bill during the holiday season, when ovens, stoves and holiday lights can all mean increases in energy bills.

SRP offers safety tips for holiday decorating with lights, other electric decor

SRP, the Valley’s largest provider of electricity, urges customers to stay safe this holiday season when working with decorative lights, surge protectors and extension cords.

Salt River Project lowering electric prices of 10 months

The Salt River Project's board of directors this week approved a 10-month temporary price decrease in electric prices for its more than 1 million customers.

Salt River Project approves bond sale

Salt River Project’s board and council recently approved the refunding sale of more than $761 million of 2016 Series A public power revenue bonds, which will ultimately save customers more than $151 million over the next 21 years.

Franks honored for efforts to secure energy assistance funds

U.S. Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ) was honored last week at the 2016 Arizona Utility Partners (AZUP) Summit in Scottsdale, where AZUP members —  Arizona Public Service, Electrical District No. 3, Global Water Resources Inc., Salt River Project, Southwest Gas Corporation, Tucson Electric Power and UniSource Energy Services met with tribal, state and community leaders to discuss some of the state's biggest issues.

Salt River Project to do test burn of forest debris in coal plant

Salt River Project is about to start a three-week test burn of 3,900 tons of forest debris at its Coronado Generating Station (CGS) near St. Johns.

SRP honors energy-efficient businesses, schools at awards ceremony

SRP recently honored 16 innovative Valley businesses, schools and nonprofits at its Champions of Energy Efficiency Awards and Luncheon.

Salt River Project hosts unveiling celebration for The Grand at Papago Park Center

The Grand at Papago Park Center, the last parcel awaiting development in one of Arizona's largest business parks, was unveiled this week at an opening celebration hosted by Salt River Project.

Salt River Project, EVgo provide five new electric vehicle charging stations

Salt River Project (SRP) has teamed up with EVgo to place five fast-charging EVgo Stations for electric vehicles in SRP’s service territory.

Desert Dental Care wins new lighting upgrade from SRP

Dr. Stacey Sanford, owner of Desert Dental Care, has won a grand prize package from SRP: LED lighting for her 1,800-square-foot building.

SRP to purchase energy produced by new Apple solar plant in Pinal County

The Salt River Project board of directors has agreed to purchase energy produced by Apple’s new 50-megawatt photo-voltaic solar power plant in Pinal County.

Salt River Project's Flowtography waterflow monitoring system partners with Flagstaff

Salt River Project (SRP)'s Flowtography system has helped monitor changes in stream flow, which assists the water supply forecast for the city of Flagstaff and beyond.

SRP awards grants to 25 Arizona schools for innovative learning programs

SRP's Learning Grants by SRP program has awarded $117,000 to 25 schools across Arizona for various educational initiatives.

Salt River Project campaign to plant 100 trees for each Cardinals touchdown

Salt River Project will pay to plant 100 ponderosa pine trees for every touchdown the Arizona Cardinals score this football season through SRP's Trees for Touchdowns campaign.

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