Phoenix reliable electric service and affordable prices

SRP provides the best value for your energy dollar by offering electricity prices that are among the lowest in Arizona and the region.

We offer numerous pricing options for businessesOpen new site..

In addition, SRP features a high-quality looped electrical system in metropolitan Phoenix. This is just one reason SRP consistently wins national awards for power quality and reliability and receives high performance ratings from our large-business customers.

Our commitment to quality doesn't end once you arrive. SRP offers businesses access to a Power Quality Services TeamOpen new site. that will investigate and help to remediate power reliability problems in your facility.

You'll also receive award-winning customer service from SRP's Distribution ConsultantsOpen new site. for large-business customers. Distribution Consultants and Strategic Energy Managers have firsthand knowledge and proven expertise to help customers take advantage of Arizona's lucrative business climate.

Accredited Economic Development Organization

The Accredited Economic Development Organization (AEDO) Program recognizes the professional excellence of economic development organizations (EDOS) through the International Economic Development Council. The AEDO Program provides EDOs with independent feedback on their operations, structure, and procedures. SRP is one of only three utilities to have earned AEDO status.

Commercial Rate Comparison
  • 30.15Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
  • 29.55San Diego Gas & Electric
  • 20.14Los Angeles Dept of Water & Power
  • 19.25Southern Cal. Edison
  • 15.89Sacramento Municipal Utility District
  • 13.56Tucson Electric Power
  • 11.94Unisource Energy
  • 11.58Public Service of NM
  • 11.52Arizona Public Service
  • 11.48City of Colorado Springs
  • 11.3Public Service of CO
  • 10.89El Paso Electric (NM)
  • 10.48Sierra Pacific (NV)
  • 10.27Nevada Power
  • 9.32Salt River Project (SRP)
  • 8.15Pacificorp (UT)
Source: Dept. of Energy EIA-826 Reports for 12 months ending October 31, 2022
Industrial Rate Comparison
  • 23.45Pacific Gas & Electric Co.
  • 20.47San Diego Gas & Electric
  • 18.71Los Angeles Dept of Water & Power
  • 16.85Southern Cal. Edison
  • 11.85Sacramento Municipal Utility District
  • 9.7City of Colorado Springs
  • 9.21Arizona Public Service
  • 9.03Nevada Power
  • 8.93Unisource Energy
  • 8.66El Paso Electric (NM)
  • 8.57Tucson Electric Power
  • 7.91Public Service of CO
  • 7.47Sierra Pacific (NV)
  • 6.46Pacificorp (UT)
  • 6.06Salt River Project (SRP)
  • 5.91Public Service of NM
Source: Dept. of Energy EIA-826 Reports for 12 months ending October 31, 2022
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A low-risk investment

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A global hub

International connections via road, rail and air, along with short commutes to ports make moving goods easy.