Memphis News Archive
As part of the company-wide day of service to celebrate TVA's 90th anniversary, our West Region team volunteered at Overton Park in Memphis to restore the park's beauty and maintain its facilities.
TVA is partnering with Junior Achievement to create Biztown, an educational space where children learn how energy is a part of their lives and their experience as citizens in the city where they live.
TVA and Memphis Light Gas and Water each contributed $50,000 to the Mid-South Food Bank to make additions to the mobile food pantries and help support a needed resource in the community.
TVA is funding literacy tutoring sessions as part of its partnership with Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare to address reading comprehension and proficiency among Memphis students.
The MLGW Board of Commissioners voted on Dec. 7 to conclude their nearly four-year evaluation of long-term energy supplier options and continue their relationship with TVA.
After a lengthy evaluation process, Memphis Light, Gas, and Water leadership has recommended staying with TVA as its energy supplier and adopting its long-term partnership proposal.
As part of our ongoing community investment, TVA partnered with Oakhaven High School in Memphis to provide breakfast for students each morning prior to standardized testing.
TVA has awarded more than $200,000 in STEM grants to teachers in our West Region, which includes Memphis and all of West Tennessee, to develop science, technology, engineering and math education projects.
Seniors from a Memphis prep school recently visited Allen Combined Cycle Plant to learn about the history and function of the plant as well as discover the range of job opportunities at TVA.
A new study from the Greater Memphis Chamber makes it clear – TVA is good for business in Memphis. Read how TVA's economic development efforts have financial, societal and growth implications for the area.
Regional VP, Mark Yates, discusses TVA's proposal to supply electricity to Memphis and why TVA is the best choice not only as an energy provider, but as a community partner, energy advisor and job creator.
Students at Power Center Academy in Memphis know a little more about energy, environment and economic development, following a recent career day held at the school.
TVA’s commitment to low-cost, reliable and clean energy keeps the lights on Beale Street ablaze while economic development attracts jobs and capital investment to the region.
TVA is partnering with a job corps center in Memphis to provide professional training to students and establish a pipeline of skilled workers for TVA’s seven-state service area.
TVA is here to serve and support our Valley neighbors impacted by devastating storms, says CEO Jeff Lyash
Five hundred Memphis residents have lower energy bills thanks to the TVA EnergyRight Home Uplift program, a partnership of TVA, MLGW and the City of Memphis.
How a Tigers football game became a celebration of TVA and MLGW.
A new study from an independent online bill payment company includes some good news for Memphians.
The NAACP Memphis Branch and TVA have a history of partnering to help the community.