In Arizona, we depend on winter snow runoff to flow through our northeastern mountains, valleys, rivers and streams — known as a watershed — into our reservoirs. When fire scorches the earth, water runs across the soil faster. This brings more dirt, sediment and other debris into our reservoirs, causing water quality and supply issues for communities across the state.
Go green in the new year and you’ll achieve the three most common resolutions: exercising more, eating healthier and saving money.
SRP irrigation help and tips When you have a leaky faucet, you call a plumber — or, if you have the skills, you fix it yourself. Easy enough, right? What if you have a leaky irrigation pipe? Or what if…
SRP customers will see an increase in solar thanks to a plan that will add 1,000 megawatts (MW) of new solar energy to our system by 2025. The plan will accelerate both the pace and the total amount of our solar energy resources by 700 MW compared to current resource plans during the same timeframe.
We reveal the easy steps to becoming a sustainability superstar and how SRP is working towards creating a sustainable future.