Overloaded circuits, Christmas trees and holiday lights are responsible for fires that damage and destroy hundreds of homes each year. Stay safe this holiday season by following these key tips.
It’s not unusual for Tony Starzyk, Senior Troubleshooter, to respond to calls about animals on power poles. But on Oct. 4, Starzyk was in for a surprise. Starzyk arrived to find a 4.5-foot iguana named Wizard the Lizard lying across the line.
With temperatures expected to rise to a scorching 120 degrees by Monday, your air conditioning unit is likely to be put to some heavy use. During the summer, air conditioning can account for 50%, if not more of your total electric bill. So how do you keep you, your family and pets cool without busting your budget?
Dewey the water drop and Wattson the light bulb have served proudly as SRP’s mascots for more than 20 years, delighting crowds at Valley events and teaching the public how to use water and energy wisely and safely.