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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The inaugural edition of Tucson Electric Power'snew electronic newsletter ‘Plugged In' was launched this week for residentialcustomers.

Plugged In will be sent via email and offer tips on electrical safety and saving money by being energy efficient, as well as how to report serviceinterruptions and find out what TEP is doing to give back to the community.  This newsletter is one way TEP will beincorporating social media in its direct communication with customers.

"With Plugged In, we'll be offering ourcustomers ways to help them save money and make their interactions with TEPmore convenient," said Phil Dion, Senior Vice President of Public Policy andCustomer Solutions, in a recent release. "We're hoping this communicationchannel will be a convenient way for our customers to receive valuableinformation and news from us."

Customers who have registered online to automatically receiveinformation from TEP are already  included on the Plugged Inemail list, while remaining TEP customers can sign up at www.tep.com/news.  

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