Where is the SRP Salt River Project located?
Salt River Project
|Type||Association: Utility cooperative District: Government-owned corporation|
|Founded||February 7, 1903|
|Headquarters||Tempe, Arizona, United States|
|Revenue||US$2.98 billion (2014)|
How do I return my SRP M Power Box?
Simply place the display in its original shipping box and use the postage-paid label already attached to the bottom to send it back to SRP. If you don’t have the original box anymore, call us at (602) 236-8888 and we will mail you a postage-paid envelope.
Where can I pay my SRP bill?
SRP PayCenter automated payment terminals are located at some SRP facilities, in area grocery stores and inside convenience stores. Some are available 24 hours a day. SRP M-Power® purchases can be made at all locations. To request reimbursement for cash lost in an SRP PayCenter, please call (602) 236-8888.
Is SRP better than APS?
In general APS has higher energy rates than SRP, less efficiency rebates and they are less consumer friendly. Whether you are an APS vs an SRP customer, your decision to save energy in your home is still an important one.
Is SRP privately owned?
Because SRP is a private company, the compensation information for its President, David Rousseau, is unavailable to the public….Salt River Project.
|Parent||State of Arizona|
|Divisions||Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District Salt River Valley Water Users’ Association|
How much is SRP worth?
Financial data FY21
|Total operating revenues||$3,475,507,000|
|Net revenues for the year||$577,052,000|
|Utility plant, gross||$17,305,702,000|
|Electric revenue contributions to support water operations||$65,202,000|
|Taxes & tax equivalents||$170,610,000|
Where can I pay my mPower?
Online by logging in to My Account (using a checking account, or credit or debit card) By phone at (602) 236-8888 (using a checking account, or credit or debit card) At SRP PayCenter® kiosks across the Valley (using cash)
Where can I pay my Mpower?
Is SRP publicly traded?
Operating revenues were $2.7 billion. Because SRP is a private company, the compensation information for its President, David Rousseau, is unavailable to the public….Salt River Project.
|Net income||▲ $371 million (2010)|
|Parent||State of Arizona|
Why is APS so expensive?
APS and utilities in general often charge more for a kilowatt-hour of electricity in summer than in winter. That’s because in summer, they have to turn on more power plants to meet demand from air-conditioners, and power also is more expensive on the market when they need to buy it from other utilities.
Is SRP only in Arizona?
SRP’s electric service territory is in central Arizona. Below is a list of cities and towns served all or in part by SRP electric power.
Is SRP a monopoly?
SRP has monopoly power over the pricing, sale and distribution of electricity for about two million customers and discourages those customers from using solar energy to generate some of their own power, the plaintiffs alleged.