Serving the People of the Valley and Beyond

More than 80 TVA employees came to the aid of Duke Energy in the wake of Hurricane Florence, helping to restore power to 1.8 million Carolina residents hardest hit by the storm.

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Cybersecurity: The New First Line of Defense

In the face of ever-increasing cybersecurity threats worldwide, TVA operates a state-of-the-art Cybersecurity Operations Center within its Chattanooga office complex.

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Uplifting Lives

You may not think about it, but home improvements can sometimes have unpredicted positive effects…not only lowering your power bill and improving efficiency, but maybe even improving your health.

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Boiler Makers

TVA’s elite group of problem-solving boiler inspectors travel the Valley, working in small spaces to offer big support to the generation fleet.

TVA Attends Freedom Awards in Memphis

Along with luminaries in the Civil Right Movement, TVA celebrates the the light being shined on eradicating poverty, ending racial polarization and promoting peace.

Sharing the Talents of TVA with Students

Over the next seven months, employees from Generation, Construction, Projects & Services will host a group of Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy (CGLA) students with monthly mentoring opportunities.

TVA Fosters Next Generation of STEM Experts

A recent TVA/MLGW Student Robotics Showcase in Memphis gave young STEM robotics experts a chance to shine.

TVA Highlights Resolute Forest Products for Environmental Excellence

Resolute Forest Products in Calhoun, Tenn., and Grenada, Miss., were recognized recently by TVA for significantly lowering their carbon emission rates in calendar year 2016.

Pick up a Few Things

TVA partners with local agencies like the Harpeth Conservancy to clean up the river, educate Valley residents about the environment and help folks have a good time caring for nature.

TVA Employees Train to Fight Fire

In the energy business, the threat of fire is all too real. But highly trained teams of TVA employees are on hand in powerhouses to thwart threats before they turn into major incidents.

Decommissioning Update: Widows Creek

A storied fossil plant comes safely down as a new Google data center goes up in northeast Alabama.

Helping Hands in North Carolina

TVA is doing its part to help get the lights back on for those affected by Hurricane Florence—contributing crews on the ground and in the air.

MTEMC Breaking Solar Barriers

Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC), the second-largest electric co-op in the nation, is building a cleaner future by eliminating solar barriers for their members. Learn more.

Understanding EV Charging Patterns

TVA, along with Nashville Electric Service (NES) and Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation (MTEMC), are collaborating with Fleetcarma to better understand electric vehicle charging through a two-year program called Smart Charge Nashville.

Top of Her Class

TVA’s Heidi Smith, general manager of global business for TVA, has been named among the top 50 economic developers of the year for her unflinching commitment to not only success, but service too.

TVA Helped Make the Digital World Possible

TVA, quartz and computer chips. What do they have in common with the digital revolution? Without TVA you might not be reading this article—or anything else—on your laptop, iPad or mobile phone. Learn more.

Fishing for Scholarships

Valley-based Bethel University broke new ground by offering scholarships for bass fishing athletes. Now it’s a collegiate fishing powerhouse.

A Green Turn of Events

Big or small, the Electric Power Board of Chattanooga can help make your wedding, reunion or convention eco-friendly. Learn how you can use EPB’s Solar Share to protect the environment and have a great, green event.

An App for Anglers’ Advantage

Join with savvy anglers and download the TVA Lake Info app, and learn to work with the Tennessee River system’s currents. It’s an essential tool for every tackle box.

The Power of Community

What once was a landfill off I-65 is now the site of Nashville’s first community solar park, aptly named “Music City Solar.”

Catch Those Carp!

TVA is working with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency to promote fishing of Asian carp to reduce populations of this invasive species in the Valley’s reservoirs.

Boone Dam Project

TVA has found the fix for seepage at Boone Dam: a composite seepage barrier made of non-erodible material. Construction will take five to seven years. Maximum safety measures will remain in place throughout the process. Read more about Boone Dam.


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