Winter storm Jonas had the potential to seriously disrupt TVA’s service throughout the Valley. But due to the professional and proactive efforts of many hard-working TVA employees, the overall impacts were minimal.
Though this winter has thus far been unseasonably warm throughout the Valley, the cold weather is here at last. Save money and stay cozy by following these savvy suggestions from EnergyRight Solutions®.
With climate change increasingly making news, companies are competing on the strength of their carbon footprint. TVA is doing groundbreaking work in carbon output accounting to help Valley companies establish an edge.
TVA is working to meet future demand for cleaner, leaner power by developing innovative technologies that will help it generate electricity in ways that are more renewable and efficient than ever before—designed to keep you comfortable while preserving natural resources.
Whether you’re a homeowner, small business entrepreneur or larger-scale developer, we provide incentives and technical support for you to develop your own renewable energy projects and potentially sell power back to TVA.
Want to make your home or business more energy efficient, and receive incentives to do so? Check out EnergyRight solutions, brought to you by TVA and your local power company. The program, working through its contractors, offers a suite of services that ranges from the simplest home duct sealing to the most complex planning for lighting and ventilation on a manufacturing floor. Start saving money today.
TVA provides power to 155 individual power companies across seven states in the Southeast. It also provides power directly to 52 industrial customers and 7 federal installations, and 12 surrounding utilities that buy from TVA on the interchange market.
TVA’s IRP is a power planning roadmap to 2033 examining a variety of economic, regulatory and market-driven scenarios and strategies to help TVA respond to changing energy demands while continuing to provide reliable power at the lowest possible cost.