TVA and MLGW will partner with Memphis-area nonprofit organizations to donate $400,000 in support of initiatives that address hardships created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Distilleries around the world are blending alcohol into hand sanitizer and disinfectant spray. To keep employees safe on the job, TVA has tapped the region’s distilleries, securing thousands of gallons of cleaner and hand gels.
On May 18, 2020, TVA celebrates its 87th anniversary. Read more about how outdoor recreation in the seven state region has evolved since the early days of TVA.
General Motors teams with TVA to power its Spring Hill manufacturing plant with solar energy.
In 2019, TVA’s Board of Directors voted to retire the Bull Run Fossil Plant by the end of 2023. Read TVA’s answers to recent questions about the future of the site, including the storage of coal combustion residuals (coal ash and gypsum).
TVA believes the public power model is the best value and most affordable option for electricity in Memphis and across the Valley. We are committed to making sure Memphians have all the facts, despite promises of savings from others.
Are you bored at home? Looking for a creative and interesting outlet? Maybe it’s time you signed up to become a Citizen Archivist.
TVA EnergyRight has joined with local power companies to launch a resource that helps Valley families in need find information more easily about federal funds available through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.
On Earth Day … and every day … TVA strives to reduce carbon emissions. Now we're leading the industry in carbon reductions, competitiveness and accounting. Read more about what we're doing to keep air clean.
We’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Green Switch program by making more available for less — now you now can buy 200 kWh blocks of renewable energy for just $2 apiece.
TVA in Memphis
So much is happening in the Memphis area, it deserves its own page! Read about the latest happenings in the Mid-South Valley.
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.
TVA employees are your neighbors, your friends and your family. We happily serve the people of the Valley today to generate a better tomorrow. We live, work and play here, too!
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TVA at a Glance
Want more information about TVA? You've got it! Our at-a-glance fact sheet covers our history, mission, generating assets, structure, key business drivers and more. Get the facts now.
Writing a school report? Looking for STEM activities or home school projects? Use these resources to find out about TVA's history and ongoing mission of service.
TVA STEM has lessons and activities that meet Tennessee state academic standards. You can also learn about STEM careers!
Currents of Change has interactive history lessons which trace the transformation of the Tennessee Valley from the Great Depression through today. Lessons meet Tennessee and Alabama state academic standards.
We’re excited to share a look into our master list of projects for 2020 and a progress report on 2019 projects! Check them out!