TVA has been recognized by Newsweek as one of the Top 100 Most Loved Workplaces in America for 2021.
Host Raven Hernandez explores Knoxville in a Chevy Bolt and chats with local politicians and an EV manufacturer.
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.
Seminole Nation member’s hand-sewn traditional clothing featured in museums and on TV.
Celebrate TVA’s history in Memphis and learn about the history of November 6 street.
TVA is proactively working to address commodity price increases to reduce the impact on Valley power bills.
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.
The weekend is coming, and you plan to spend it with friends at an inviting, dispersed-camping area on TVA Public Land.
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 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.
The Classic has become much more than a platform where two of our historically black colleges and universities come together in Memphis.
TVA biologists ended the summer by surveying the livers of Elk River tailwaters. Click here to read about their rare find.
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.
Once an endangered species, the Snail Darter is now enjoying new-found fame, thanks to TVA and other friends.
Put the pedal to the metal with host Raven Hernandez and NASCAR driver Trevor Bayne as they test a Porsche Taycan on the Bristol Motor Speedway!
In 2021, TVA again ranked among the top five employers on Forbes’ list of America’s Best Employers by State for the state of Tennessee.
When friends or family ask Emily Collins what she does for a living, the watershed representative keeps it simple. “Rocks and docks,” is her initial reply. But it’s a bit more involved than that.
TVA leveled the stacks and a portion of 50s-era landmark as part of a $43 million demolition initiative that will clear the Tuscumbia site for future development and cleaner energy.
TVA’s most unique hydro asset – Raccoon Mountain Pumped Storage Plant – is undergoing a major turbine replacement in each of its four units.