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News releases and statements
Aug. 10 – Local Utilities Warn About the Dangers Lurking Below
August 11th is national 811 Day and Arizona Public Service, Southwest Gas and SRP want to warn customers of the dangers associated with digging into a utility line and encourage customers to know: call 811 before you dig.
Aug. 1 – SRP Submits Application for Southeast Power Link Permit
Salt River Project has filed an application for a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility (CEC) with the Arizona Power Plant and Transmission Line Siting Committee seeking to permit new power lines that will enable the utility to meet growing energy needs in the Southeast Valley. The proposed Southeast Power Link project will help SRP provide needed electricity for anticipated residential, commercial, and industrial customer growth in the general area east of the Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport.
July 25 – SRP Customers Set Record for Energy Demand
Salt River Project on Tuesday delivered a record amount of energy to its Phoenix-area retail customers. Between 5 and 6 p.m., SRP delivered an estimated retail peak demand of 7,252 megawatts. That peak topped SRP's previous system peak of 7,219 megawatts, which occurred on June 20, 2017. One megawatt is enough energy to power about 225 average homes.
July 17 – Nissan Extends Incentive for SRP customers on 2018 Nissan LEAF
Salt River Project and Nissan North America have extended the incentive program to offer SRP customers the opportunity to purchase a 2018 Nissan LEAF from a participating Maricopa County dealership at a discounted rate. The $3,000 incentive has been extended to Sept. 30 for Nissan’s newest electric vehicle model, which offers a greater range of about 150 miles.
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