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Irvington Campus Modernization

New Facilities to Support More Sustainable Service

Efficient natural gas generators at our largest local power plant will support the expansion of TEP's wind and solar energy resources.

Tucson Electric Power: RICE Generators

RICE Generators

New, efficient generators will replace two older natural gas-fired units at the H. Wilson Sundt Generating Station in Tucson, improving the plant’s performance while reducing operating costs, water usage and emissions.
Tucson Electric Power: RICE Generation and Irvington 138-Kilovolt Transmission Line Relocation

RICE Generation and Irvington 138-Kilovolt Transmission Line Relocation

In March 2018, the ACC approved a Certificate of Environmental Compatibility (CEC) for TEP’s Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine (RICE) Generation and Irvington 138-Kilovolt Transmission Line Relocation project.
Tucson Electric Power: Sundt Generating Station Air Quality Permit Update

Sundt Generating Station Air Quality Permit Update

TEP is planning to install a flexible, efficient new type of natural gas generator in Tucson that will support the expansion of solar, wind and other clean energy resources while using less water and reducing overall emissions.
Tucson Electric Power: Irvington Campus Planned Area Development

Irvington Campus Planned Area Development

TEP plans to install new generating resources and make other improvements at its Irvington Campus, located southeast of East Irvington Road and South Alvernon Way in Tucson.