Alabama political leaders visit Marshall County’s Native American prehistoric cliff art.
Partnerships and programs help small and diverse businesses connect with TVA specialists.
TVA grant funds all-terrain wheelchairs to improve accessibility at state parks.
Since its earliest days, TVA has harnessed water resources to help generate the region’s electricity.
Retired TVA team members helped shape a legacy of service to the people of the Valley.
TVA helps farmers carefully manage water resources, ensuring a sustainable supply for generations to come.
Managing rights of way and clearing trees is part of the job. Building meaningful relationships with landowners is the best part.
TVA launches project to evaluate advanced conductors that aim to reduce emissions and improve generation efficiency.
Natural gas fleet serves as a critical baseload and on-demand part of the diverse mix of electricity that energizes the grid.
As the Valley region continues to grow, TVA is ensuring it remains the best place to live, work and play for generations to come.
TVA reached an exciting milestone with the commercial operation of three new units at Colbert Combustion Turbine site in North Alabama.
TVA partners with organizations to improve waterway access for native trout species at Wolf Creek.
Interested in installing solar power? Find objective information and qualified installers through TVA’s Green Connect program.
TVA and Discover Life in America co-host the annual BioBlitz, where visitors young and old learn about the magic of plant and animal life.
Discovery and preservation are hallmarks of archaeology. But modern archaeologists are also expert relationship builders, working with many partners to preserve the past.
Work on TVA’s largest hydro facility will extend the life of this longtime power producer.
TVA Natural Resources joins UT Gardens in generating a buzz about pollinator insects during National Pollinator Week.
TVA welcomes input as it works on new Integrated Resource Plan to find the right approach to ensuring a bright future.
Melton Hill and Fort Loudoun dams will provide clean energy for years to come thanks to significant repairs.