Test burn aims to accelerate forest restoration, reduce wildfires
SRP is exploring the feasibility of using forest debris as a supplemental fuel at its Coronado Generating Station (CGS) in St. Johns, Arizona, to improve the health of Arizona’s forests and watersheds.
CGS workers are scheduled to test burn more than 2,600 tons – or about 250 acres – of forest debris biomass at the plant over a 20-day period beginning in the fall or early winter.
Temporary reduction in July and August will save typical electric customer more than $15
SRP’s Board of Directors has approved an overall average 3.7 percent decrease in electricity prices for the two hottest months of this year. The decrease will save the typical residential customer about $7.60 per month, or about a combined $15.20 for the July and August billing cycles.
SRP’s publicly elected board made the decision during a special meeting June 23.
Heat wave advisory in effect
With the National Weather service warning of a record heat wave in the Phoenix area until Wednesday, SRP crews are prepared to make sure the power stays on for our customers.
Our robust electrical grid is fortified and maintained year-round to handle the predicted record temperatures of 119 degrees. We have crews on standby as well because of the extreme high temperatures.
It’s never too early to set an example for children
When my 6-year-old son recently complained about the shower being too cold, I couldn’t help but blurt out:
“When I was your age we didn’t have hot water all the time…”