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Independent Study – Memphis Utility Bills are Among the Nation's Lowest

A new study from an independent online bill payment company includes some good news for Memphians.

TVA/Kids – A Fun Place to Learn While School’s Out

“I’m bored!” Put a stop to hearing this (again) during the holiday break. Just because they’re not in school, your kids don’t have to stop learning about the world around them. Let help!

TVA Earns Multiple Awards for People-Focused Culture

TVA has been recognized with nearly 10 national awards this year, each a reflection of our commitment to creating a workplace focused on people, inclusion and diversity.

Abbie Casey - A Day in the Life of a Watershed Representative

Watershed representative Abbie Casey, who reviews 100 applications a year, has some tips for success: submit a complete application package and be flexible. “It can mean the difference in an approval or a denial.”

TVA Partners with Memphis NAACP

The NAACP Memphis Branch and TVA have a history of partnering to help the community.

Veterans Find Home After Service at TVA

TVA has recently been recognized with four awards that highlight our organization’s support for military and veteran employees, their families, and veteran-owned businesses in the communities we serve.

TVA Named a Most Loved Workplace by Newsweek

TVA has been recognized by Newsweek as one of the Top 100 Most Loved Workplaces in America for 2021.

Fifth Episode of “In Charge: Life with an Electric Vehicle” Video Series Released

Host Raven Hernandez explores Knoxville in a Chevy Bolt and chats with local politicians and an EV manufacturer.

Whom the Guns Salute

One of TVA's most-decorated veterans, Gunnery Sergeant Charles Sweeney, died after a fatal car crash in October. We remember both his service and some of his best stories.

Sewing a Legacy

Seminole Nation member’s hand-sewn traditional clothing featured in museums and on TV.

Celebrate November 6 With TVA

Celebrate TVA’s history in Memphis and learn about the history of November 6 street.

TVA Addressing Higher Winter Energy Costs

TVA is proactively working to address commodity price increases to reduce the impact on Valley power bills.

TVA and Tribal Archeologists Reconstruct Ancient Native American Village via Unique Map

Electromagnetic radiation and millions of magnetic frequencies are helping TVA, state and tribal archeologists build a nonintrusive, subsurface map of a Native American archeological site that was first recorded in the 1930s.

Please – Leave No Trace When You Camp

The weekend is coming, and you plan to spend it with friends at an inviting, dispersed-camping area on TVA Public Land.

Jori Chatman - A Day in the Life of a Watershed Representative

As a watershed representative, Jori Chatman enjoys interacting with applicants. “I simply talk to them the way I want to be talked to. I try to be straightforward with information.”

Ford Motor Co. Announces $5.6 Billion Investment at Memphis Regional Megasite

Ford Motor Company has announced it will be locating its electric vehicle and battery manufacturing plant in West Tennessee, specifically at the TVA-certified Memphis Regional Megasite in Haywood County.

TVA Supports 2021 Southern Heritage Classic Cultural Weekend

The Classic has become much more than a platform where two of our historically black colleges and universities come together in Memphis. 

TVA Biologists Find Rare “Livers of the Rivers”

TVA biologists ended the summer by surveying the livers of Elk River tailwaters. Click here to read about their rare find.

TVA is Hosting Virtual Community Meetings to Visit with Our Neighbors about the Allen Restoration Project

TVA is hosting a series of virtual community meetings to visit with our neighbors about the retired Allen Fossil Plant restoration project and our efforts to protect the Memphis aquifer.

The Big Comeback

Once an endangered species, the Snail Darter is now enjoying new-found fame, thanks to TVA and other friends.