As one of the safest-from-natural-disaster cities in the United States, the likelihood of environmental calamities like hurricanes, tornadoes, catastrophic hail, major flooding and earthquakes in Phoenix is minimal to non-existent. This makes our location ideal for primary and disaster recovery colocation services.
In addition, the local utility providing power to Phoenix NAP, Salt River Project (SRP), has served central Arizona for more than 100 years. SRP has received national recognition for its exceptional electric system reliability and customer service.
As a public power company, SRP is committed to delivering energy at a fair price. The company uses a balanced fuel mix, which includes coal, natural gas, nuclear and renewable sources such as geothermal, solar and wind energy, to avoid reliance on any one fuel and limit market volatility.