Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) – Hydroelectric Power

In fiscal year 2012, TVA produced approximately 12.8 million kilowatt hours of electricity through the utility’s hydroelectric power assets. For more information, visit http://www.tva.com/power/hydro.htm

In partnership with its participating local power companies, TVA provides several incentives for low-impact hydroelectric power. The utility’s Green Power Providers program offers above-retail rates for small to medium-sized systems up to 50 kilowatts. For larger systems, between 50 kilowatts to 20 megawatts, TVA offers its Renewable Standard Offer.

For more information, visit http://www.tva.com/greenpowerswitch/providers/ or call your local power company.

Tennessee’s Advanced Energy Asset Inventory

Click here to read the full report by the Advanced Energy Business Council in partnership with the Tennessee Energy Education Initiative.

The Market Opportunity for Energy Improvements

Presentation by Lee Ann Head, Vice President Research and Insight, Shelton Group presentation video


Trends and Opportunities – Energy Efficiency In Tennessee

Presentation by Amy Bunton, Senior Vice President, Pathway Lending presentation


University of Dayton’s Online MS in Renewable & Clean Energy

Companies and communities are seeking ways to “go green.” The skills gained from the University of Dayton’s online Master of Science in Renewable and Clean Energy provide provide you with the knowledge and skills to help anyone achieve this goal. From working for utility companies and manufacturing to green design and city planning, the field is expanding at an explosive pace.

Program graduates are highly sought after and pursue doctoral degrees at top universities or begin successful careers as:

  • Energy consultants
  • Policy makers
  • Energy planners
  • Energy-efficient building designers
  • Energy-efficient manufacturing engineers
  • Renewable energy system designers
  • Entrepreneurs