Tucson Electric Power Joins National Electric Highway Coalition

Tucson Electric Power joined 50 other utilities in a national coalition designed to install more fast charging ports along major travel corridors across the country by the end of 2023.

“We’re committed to leading the way in the clean energy transformation, and electric vehicles are a big part of the effort to reduce carbon emissions across the country,” said Dallas Dukes, vice president of Customer Experience, Programs and Pricing for TEP. “This coalition is similarly committed to ensuring EV drivers have confidence that the charging infrastructure they need is in place to support their plans, no matter where their travels take them.”