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Featured Sponsor: Salt River Project (SRP)

Friday, November 30, 2018   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Lisa Karnatz
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Salt River Project has a long and rich history of supporting the economic development of the Phoenix metropolitan area and Arizona. From building Theodore Roosevelt Dam to exploring alternative fuels, SRP has helped improve life in the Valley for more than 100 years. Today, SRP is a community-based, not-for-profit public power utility and the largest provider of electricity and water in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area.

Arizona’s leaders – the Governor, legislators, and mayors – have growth and economic strength at the top of their minds. While we have been incredibly successful as a state and have grown to be a very large metro region, the Valley still has many opportunities. Sound water management, a strong infrastructure, and reliable and affordable energy have been the bedrock of our success.

The goal of SRP’s Economic Development department is to provide guidance, valuable information and options for saving energy to its current and prospective customers through its website at powertogrowphx.com.

SRP assigns a team of experts to help guide businesses during business expansions or relocation processes and offers dedicated account managers who provide award-winning customer service for large-business customers. The team of economic development advisors and account managers has firsthand knowledge and proven expertise to help customers take advantage of Arizona's lucrative business climate.

 

SRP also offers businesses access to a Power Quality Services Team that will investigate and help to remediate power reliability problems in facilities, should they occur.

Here are just a few things our Economic Development team provides for our commercial customers at powertogrowphx.com:

 

Energy Savings and rebates

Electric price and bill estimates

Siting and power availability

Cost and timeline estimates for critical infrastructure

Regional tours