SRP Offers Free Online Class to Help Businesses Prepare for Monsoon

June 16, 2020


Arizona's monsoon can bring high winds, walls of dust, torrential rain, flooding and lightning, which can suddenly affect Salt River Project's electric system and its customers. An unexpected power outage can be especially costly and disruptive to businesses. To help prepare for storm season, SRP is hosting a free online workshop. Business managers are encouraged to sign up for the free 90-minute webinar to learn how to reduce outage risks and maintain critical operations if the lights go out.


Topics covered:

  • Tips to develop an outage plan

  • Make an emergency kit

  • How to prepare employees

  • Equipment planning and back-up power sources

  • SRP tools to stay informed

  • Planned vs. Unplanned Outages

  • What SRP does to restore power


Thursday, June 18 at 10 a.m.|
To register, visit or call (602) 236-5785.
The recorded webinar will be posted and available online on June 22. 



Stay informed:

  • Click here to view a business outage planning checklist.

  • View the SRP outage map at

  • Get updates via social media. Search @SRPconnect on Facebook and Twitter

  • Sign up for text or email outage alerts at

  • Download the SRP Power App to view the interactive outage map and report an outage: Search SRP Power in Apple App store and Google Play



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