Justin Maierhofer has been named as a regional vice president to help lead TVA’s new approach to building strong partnerships as it serves the people of the Tennessee Valley.
Two TVA managers have been named as regional vice presidents to help lead TVA’s new approach to building strong partnerships as it serves the people of the Tennessee Valley.
With a little help from TVA scientists, a noted National Geographic explorer swings by the Tennessee Valley to photograph endangered aquatic life as part of a worldwide collection of rare species.
In our 88th year of service, TVA continues to make life better for the people of the Tennessee Valley in new and important ways.
Before cutting trees or undergrowth on or near a TVA reservoir, a property owner’s first call should be to TVA. We’ll answer questions and help you avoid possible costly mistakes.
2021 marks the emergence of the 17-year cicada in the Tennessee Valley. VIDEO: Here’s what nature lovers can look for.
The wildfires of 2016 burned many Sevier County homes. But contractors are rebuilding better and smarter, thanks to TVA's EnergyRight.
April 27, 2011 started like any other mild spring day. But after three waves of severe storms and tornadoes struck the area, entire communities in the TVA region were devastated and the TVA system sustained the worst damage in its history.
TVA’s award-winning Home Uplift program has helped more than 1,700 Valley residents to afford their energy bills while living comfortably — and the program has now been awarded for its efforts.
Clean hydro power is a big benefit of TVA’s longstanding River Management function. And though hydro power benefits are the same as they ever were, the way we manage the river has evolved significantly through the years. Here’s how.
Public Power Now | American Public Power Association
May 17, 2021
We’re going above and beyond our commitment to keep the lights on, here’s how.
TVA is an industry leader in the safe management and monitoring of coal ash. Learn how TVA is safely handling coal ash.
So much is happening in the Memphis area, it deserves its own page! Read about the latest happenings in the Mid-South Valley.
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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