Arizona's Energy Future
Arizona's Energy Future

Arizona's Energy Future

Arizona's energy future is bright

Electric vehicles. Rooftop solar. Smart thermostats and appliances. The energy industry is entering an exciting new era. And thanks to these kinds of innovative technologies, our customers are going to be active participants in this next generation of energy.

The electricity grid is also a part of this new chapter. We need a modern, dynamic and reliable grid that ensures 24/7 service and enables the technologies that are empowering our customers.

A sustainable energy future means safe, reliable, affordable and cleaner energy. It's our responsibility to be forward-thinking in serving our customers' needs, and we see a bright future ahead.

Hot Topic: Grid Access Charge

Modern Grid
Modern Grid

Modern Grid

Building the grid of the future

The days when all electricity was produced at large central power plants and distributed one-way over the grid to customers are gone forever. Tomorrow’s customers will use electricity in new ways to power how they live, work and play. Advances in the grid will support these technologies so we can power whatever customers plug in next. 

Solar Future
Solar Future

Solar Future

Arizona is a leader in solar power

As the nation’s sunniest state, Arizona embraces its role as a solar energy leader. As the state’s largest utility, APS continually seeks to harness the power of the sun to ensure a clean, bright and sustainable energy future. 

Fair Pricing
Fair Pricing

Fair Pricing

Changing rates to meet your evolving energy needs

Every year we see new technologies that change the way we use electricity. Yet the rates you pay for electricity today are based on a century-old model. With all of today’s energy options and more to come, customers should have access to modernized pricing plans.

Cleaner Energy
Cleaner Energy

Cleaner Energy

Arizona's changing energy mix

Arizona's energy resources will continue to get cleaner. Over the next 15 years, we project customers will receive double the amount of renewable energy and triple the amount of savings from energy efficiency programs. In addition, natural gas is projected to become the largest source of electricity generation for APS customers.