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TEP

(organic chemistry)
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TEP will purchase all of the energy the system produces - enough to power more than 4,500 homes.
The output of those systems will help TEP satisfy Arizona's Renewable Energy Standard, which requires electric utilities to increase their use of renewable power each year until it represents 15 percent of their power in 2025.
Participants must be TEP customers with both central air conditioning and broadband Internet access who plan to stay in their homes for at least one year.
While the analysis and the Home Energy Savings Kit are valued at more than $300, TEP will use energy efficiency funds provided through an existing customer surcharge to make them available for just $99.
The TEP Bright Roofs program capitalizes on the growing value of advanced solar technology as a cost-effective energy resource that can be installed quickly anywhere and at any scale," said Howard Wenger, president of SunPower's utilities and power plant business group.
This system is the first of more than a dozen local solar projects that will be built over the next few years to help us take full advantage of southern Arizona's most abundant renewable energy resource," said Paul Bonavia, Chairman, President and CEO of TEP and its parent company, UniSource Energy (NYSE: UNS).
0x, and frozen non fuel rates are a concerns for TEP investors, in Fitch's opinion.
In 2008 TEP amended and restated its secured credit facilities modifying the maximum allowable leverage ratio contained therein from:
The power would be delivered to Tucson through an existing transmission line already used by TEP.
TEP will begin using power from Gila River Unit 2 after SRP's acquisition is finalized, which is expected by early 2018.
The project, which could be built within TEPs service territory or tied into existing transmission facilities, would grow TEPs total community-solar resources by nearly 40%.