12 Winning Seasons with Site Selection

For the twelfth year in a row, Site Selection Magazine names TVA among America’s top 10 utilities for economic development. John Bradley, TVA SVP of Economic Development, says this win comes from a focus on service.

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A New Pricing Paradigm

As consumer-driven energy sources progress, TVA is preparing its business and adjusting pricing to ensure fairness and low rates for everyone.

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Allen Site Reflects TVA’s Changing Portfolio

TVA gives a glimpse of its evolving generation portfolio with the launch of a new, self-built 1 megawatt solar array at the Allen Natural Gas Plant.

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Paradise Redux

A scheduled outage at Paradise Fossil Plant provides an opportunity to perform routine maintenance—and make a major operations upgrade that will boost performance and reliability for years to come.

Going with the Slow Flow

As summer gives way to a dry and hot early fall, lake levels continue to drop as TVA works to meet its system minimum flows for navigation, power production and water quality.

What’s in Your Creel?

What's in your creel? With this one simple question, the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency’s Reservoir regional fishery management team can determine the health of Tennessee’s fish populations.

Making a Safer Valley

The 2017 eclipse was billions of years in the making—and for TVA Police director Todd Peney’s team it took months of planning to pull off a safe and secure once-in-a-lifetime celestial event.

Getting Voltage Just Right

TVA has embarked on an ambitious conservation voltage regulation (CVR) program. Sound like technical jargon? Maybe. But this acronym’s out to save you money on your energy bills.

Environmental Investigation Underway at Allen Fossil Plant

TVA is doing what it takes to find the source of arsenic found in shallow groundwater wells at its Allen Fossil Plant near Memphis, and—with human health as the top priority—will do our share to clean up the contamination.

Biodiversity Heroes

Conservationists, biologists and environmentalists come together each year to help protect the most biodiverse river system in North America—the Tennessee.

Making Life Better

TVA’s mission is to help make lives better. And how do they do it? We sat down with TVA Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President John Thomas who had the answer: “Low rates.”

Swimming for Science

TVA welcomes a German scientist who will swim the entire 652-mile length of the Tennessee River, stopping for daily water-health checks along the way.

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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