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Innovation-Anchored Offerings

The culture of innovation runs deep throughout the city of Chattanooga, and the area’s utility services are no exception. A developed network of internet, power, water, telephone, television, and gas providers are ready to serve those who live, work, and play in the Scenic City, and several entities even garner national attention. At the forefront are Electric Power Board (EPB), Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), and Tennessee American Water.

Serving as a model for not just regional companies, but national ones as well, EPB was the first provider to launch a community-wide fiber optic network delivering 1-gig internet speeds, and just five years later in 2015, began offering 10-gig speeds. Also a power provider, EPB has been ranked for the fifth year in a row as the best midsized electric utility in the South by J.D. Power, and the organization has also been named a Smart Energy Provider by the American Public Power Association, joining roughly 90 other public power utilities that have the designation. In addition, EPB was the top utility in TVA’s EnergyRight program that helped save consumers money, and the organization accounted for roughly one-fourth of energy savings across TVA’s seven-state region, serviced by 153 power companies. Along with providing television and telephone services to customers, it is also estimated that EPB’s smart grid power distribution system – one of the most advanced in the nation – has contributed $2.69 billion since its advent. 

Working in tandem with EPB is TVA, which serves 10 million people in its area. Committed to affordable energy, environmental stewardship, and economic development, TVA is federally owned and is one of the largest power providers in the nation, supplying power to seven states. TVA is also the third-largest nuclear owner and was recently recognized nationally for its nuclear innovation by the Nuclear Energy Institute. In addition to partnering with local government and power companies, TVA is responsible for land management, navigation, recreation, and flood control for the Tennessee River System. 

Also serving as a steward of Tennessee’s natural resources and providing service to residents and business owners is Tennessee American Water, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in fall 2021. Serving approximately 360,000 customers across the state, Tennessee American Water regularly conducts water safety tests and provides clean, affordable water free of contaminants. 

Rounding out this trio of large, innovation-focused utility companies are the likes of Chattanooga Gas, Holston Gases, AmeriGas, Ferrellgas, Comcast, Cricket, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon, among others. 

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Innovation-Anchored Offerings

The culture of innovation runs deep throughout the city of Chattanooga, and the area’s utility services are no exception. A developed network of internet, power, water, telephone, television, and gas providers are ready to serve those who live, work, and play in the Scenic City, and several entities even garner national attention. At the forefront are Electric Power Board (EPB), Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), and Tennessee American Water.

Serving as a model for not just regional companies, but national ones as well, EPB was the first provider to launch a community-wide fiber optic network delivering 1-gig internet speeds, and just five years later in 2015, began offering 10-gig speeds. Also a power provider, EPB has been ranked for the fifth year in a row as the best midsized electric utility in the South by J.D. Power, and the organization has also been named a Smart Energy Provider by the American Public Power Association, joining roughly 90 other public power utilities that have the designation. In addition, EPB was the top utility in TVA’s EnergyRight program that helped save consumers money, and the organization accounted for roughly one-fourth of energy savings across TVA’s seven-state region, serviced by 153 power companies. Along with providing television and telephone services to customers, it is also estimated that EPB’s smart grid power distribution system – one of the most advanced in the nation – has contributed $2.69 billion since its advent.

Working in tandem with EPB is TVA, which serves 10 million people in its area. Committed to affordable energy, environmental stewardship, and economic development, TVA is federally owned and is one of the largest power providers in the nation, supplying power to seven states. TVA is also the third-largest nuclear owner and was recently recognized nationally for its nuclear innovation by the Nuclear Energy Institute. In addition to partnering with local government and power companies, TVA is responsible for land management, navigation, recreation, and flood control for the Tennessee River System.

Also serving as a steward of Tennessee’s natural resources and providing service to residents and business owners is Tennessee American Water, which celebrated its 20th anniversary in fall 2021. Serving approximately 360,000 customers across the state, Tennessee American Water regularly conducts water safety tests and provides clean, affordable water free of contaminants.

Rounding out this trio of large, innovation-focused utility companies are the likes of Chattanooga Gas, Holston Gases, AmeriGas, Ferrellgas, Comcast, Cricket, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Verizon, among others.

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