Remarks from Customers Receiving Clean Energy from SRP's Saint Solar


Air Products

“Air Products wants to congratulate SRP for enabling renewable energy solutions for its customers and we are excited to be part of SRP’s Sustainable Energy Offering in our industrial plant operations. This offering directly aligns with Air Products’ corporate Sustainability focus. Sustainability is at the heart of what Air Products does every day and has done as a business for the past 80 years, and we are proud that we can continue to drive sustainability for our business and our customers.” – Tim Schoenborn, Vice President and General Manager - West Region at Air Products



“Albertsons Companies is committed to integrating sustainability in our business to create better lives, vibrant neighborhoods, and a healthier planet. Through this program, Albertsons and Safeway stores in Arizona will invest in and use renewable energy while adding more solar power to Arizona’s grid. We are honored to support SRP’s promise to deliver more clean energy to customers.” – Michelle Larson, President of Albertsons Cos. Southwest Division


City of Mesa

“The City of Mesa is always looking for ways to be a little greener,” said Mesa Mayor John Giles. “Thanks to SRP’s Sustainable Energy Offering, we’ll be able to tap into our generous Arizona sunshine and add more solar power to our overall energy mix. Using less coal and natural gas for power is good for the state and for the planet.”

“Our partnerships and projects with SRP always look toward a sustainable future, and investing in SRP’s Sustainable Energy Offering was an easy decision. As a municipality, we are always looking at the best ways we can be responsible with our tax-payer dollars. Energy costs are a big part of our monthly expenses, and green, solar energy sources can help fight rising power prices.” – Mesa City Manager Chris Brady


City of Phoenix

”The City of Phoenix is excited to participate in SRP’s Sustainable Energy Offering, a project that marks an important step forward toward our goal of reducing carbon emissions in city operations by 40% by 2025. Through this allocation of 10.7 MW of solar energy, the City of Phoenix is proud to meet the energy needs of all of our public housing sites and libraries through renewables beginning in 2021. This is a win for Phoenicians, and represents a landmark in our path toward carbon neutrality by 2050.” – Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego


CMC Steel Arizona

"Commercial Metals Company is proud to be a part of the Mesa community and a customer of SRP’s new “Saint Solar” plant. Utilizing this renewable energy source is an exciting technological advancement for CMC Steel Arizona and underscores our commitment to reducing our carbon footprint through the use of renewable energy." Andy Sarat, Direction of Operations, CMC Steel Arizona



"We are thrilled to leverage SRP's Saint Solar project for renewable solar energy at our local Arizona data centers," said John Hatem, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, CyrusOne. "Working with SRP to offer clean energy options for customers underscores our commitment to building a sustainable future and supports our goal of becoming carbon neutral by 2040."


Digital Realty

“New renewable energy from SRP supports Digital Realty’s goal of reducing carbon emissions in line with its Science Based Target commitment. By powering our Arizona data centers with clean energy, we are growing our business and meeting the needs of customers while reducing our carbon footprint.” Aaron Binkley, Senior Director, Sustainability, Digital Realty



“Purchasing renewable power from the Saint Solar plant was a unique opportunity that aligns with Freeport-McMoRan’s recently stated target of a 15 percent reduction in carbon intensity by 2030. This purchase is an important next step to our energy transition.” Bill Cobb, Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer, Freeport-McMoRan



“Walmart has a goal to be supplied by 100 percent renewable energy by 2035 and today our company powers an estimated 29 percent of our operations with renewable energy, said Mark Vanderhelm, Vice President of Energy and Facilities Management, Walmart Inc. “Sourcing solar energy from Saint Solar through the Renewable Energy Option partnership with Salt River Project will bring us closer to achieving our goal to decarbonize our operations and underscores our long-standing commitment to climate action.”