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June 2018

New incentive for battery storage

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Introducing SRP's Battery Storage Incentive, a new program that helps you offset the cost of a battery storage system for your home.

Reserve your spot today and, if eligible, you'll get up to $1,800 for buying and installing a qualified new battery storage system in your house. The incentive is available for up to 4,500 residential customers on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit to sign up or call us at (602) 236-4448 to learn more.


Enjoy peace of mind with Demand Assurance

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If you participate in SRP's Residential Demand or Customer Generation price plans, we have a program tailored just for you that will only be offered for a limited time.

Enroll today in the Demand Assurance program and we'll cap your billed demand charge. It won't exceed 3 kilowatts more than your previous 12-month high.

There is no cost and no equipment or installation is needed. Enjoy a little peace of mind. Visit or call us at (602) 236-4448 to learn more.


We're lowering prices for you

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Enjoy lower prices during the May through October billing cycles. In March, SRP's Board approved a temporary price decrease totaling $18.8 million (about 1%) in the fuel and purchased power components of our overall electric prices. This is our third such decrease in the last three years. The actual impact on summer monthly electric bills will vary according to customer usage. Go to for details..

The price decrease reflects lower natural gas costs — savings we're passing on to you. As a not-for-profit company, we make decisions in the best interest of our customers and the communities we serve.

Ways to save even more

Visit , your one-stop shop for ways to save energy at home.


Safety information for you

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Parents and caregivers play an important role in teaching children about electrical safety. With summer in full swing and kids out of school, we want everyone to be safe around SRP equipment. That means staying away from any equipment that has a warning label. You should also never climb power poles to retrieve items from power lines. For more electrical safety tips, visit


Did you know

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SRP partners with the Salvation Army to provide energy assistance to those in need through SHARE — Service to Help Arizonans with Relief on Energy. We match your contributions to SHARE up to $275,000 per year. This money goes directly to the Home Energy Assistance Fund, which helps limited-income customers pay their energy bills.

How you can contribute to SHARE

  • Add exactly $1, $2 or $5 to your SRP payment.
  • Complete our online form at or call SRP at (602) 236-8888 to make a one-time contribution or set up a recurring monthly donation.
  • Write a check directly to SHARE and enclose it with your SRP payment.


Managing water supplies with an eye to the future

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To meet customer needs, SRP's water resource team is pulling from 2017 water reserves and using a modest increase in groundwater. Should we experience severe drought next winter, pumped groundwater would provide further water "insurance" along with water from our seven reservoirs.

"Our two Verde reservoirs can hold less than a year's annual flow while the Salt reservoirs can hold three years' normal flow," said Charlie Ester, Manager, Surface Water Resources. "That really creates this balancing act that we do every year in moving the water supply from the Salt River to the Verde and back to the Salt. We need to balance the storage and reduce the chance of spilling water as much as possible. Ironically, in the height of the current drought, we still think about minimizing spill, but that is how you maximize your water supply."

We have been bringing water to the Valley for more than 100 years. "SRP was formed as a result of severe drought. We always plan for drought. That way, all our surprises are welcome wet years," Ester continued.

Want to learn more about the SRP watershed and our daily water levels? Visit . Learn more about drought in Arizona at .


Arizona schools receive more than $120,000 in grants from SRP

This year 29 grants totaling more than $120,000 were awarded to Arizona schools through SRP's 2018–19 Classroom Connections grants.

SRP's grant programs invest in Arizona's future generations by encouraging teachers to develop projects and programs that enhance student understanding and learning experiences. To view the recipients' projects, visit


Have a safe summer from SRP

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SRP is partnering with local city aquatic divisions and fire departments for Safe Summer/Verano Sano. Families are invited to community pools for free swimming lessons, CPR demonstrations, raffles and games to build awareness of water safety basics.

  • July 31: Sunsplash, Mesa, 2–5 p.m. Event is $9.83 plus tax per person with a coupon.
  • Aug. 4: Arrowhead Pool, Chandler, 1–4 p.m.

For a full list of Safe Summer event dates, as well as discounted swimming lessons, visit or call (602) 236-5646.


SRP and City of Phoenix partner to plant trees

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To expand the shade tree canopy and promote a more sustainable community, SRP has partnered with the City of Phoenix to remove 400 trees that are encroaching on power lines and replace them with up to 1,200 trees in parks, schools and public areas.

The trees that will be removed through the program could cause safety and reliability issues for SRP and local neighborhoods. It will also help to:

  • Expand regional shade canopy and reduce the urban heat island effect.
  • Remove an estimated 5,400 tons of carbon dioxide.
  • Maintain electric reliability and ensure public safety.
  • Reduce SRP's long-term costs associated with ongoing vegetation management.

To learn more, visit


To our SRP Customers

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I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce myself as SRP's new General Manager & CEO.

After more than 35 years with SRP, I am honored to have been selected by our elected officials to lead SRP into a new chapter alongside our incredible employees.

As stewards of our watershed and an organization dedicated to creating a diverse energy supply for the future, it is my promise to you that SRP remains committed to delivering low-cost, reliable water and power for our community — just as we have done for more than a century.

Thank you for being our valued customer. We look forward to building a better Arizona with you.

Mike Hummel
General Manager & CEO