Tennessee Valley Authority

First Solar Powers Up Alabama: 279 MW Thin Film Project
First Solar to build 279 MW (dc) thin film solar panel project in Lawrence County, Alabama, slated for completion in 2027. Up to $1.3bn investments, $1.1bn Lawrence County facility, $185m Ohio expansion, $370m R&D innovation center in Perrysburg, Ohio and 5GW of modules with Energix Renewables in Israel. Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) contract.
Jul 28, 2023 // Markets & Finance News, First Solar, Tennessee Valley Authority, Energix, thin film solar panel
Tennessee Valley Authority seeks proposals for up to 5GW of carbon-free power
US energy the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) has actually issued an ask for proposals (RFP) for up to 5GW of carbon-free generation that have to be operational by 2029.
Jul 13, 2022 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, USA, North America, rfp, nuclear, tva, request for proposals, Tennessee Valley Authority
Construction starts on 9-MW solar project under new TVA distributed generation program
BrightRidge, Silicon Ranch and also the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) broke ground Tuesday morning on a brand-new solar farm in western Washington County, Tennessee. The 9-MWac center will certainly be called the Martin Solar Farm in honor of the late Ralph Martin, that served for years as supervisor of the neighborhood power firm.
Jun 9, 2021 // Plants, USA, North America, Silicon Ranch, tva, Solar Project, Doug Perry, Tennessee Valley Authority, BrightRidge, Jeff Dykes, Matt Kisber, Diana Harshbarger
Tennessee Valley Authority opens up RfP for large-scale solar, storage projects
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), the largest public power utility in the United States, is waiting for quotes in a request for propositions (RfP) for utility-scale solar and battery storage space capability.
Jun 8, 2021 // Plants, Large-Scale, Commercial, Markets & Finance News, Storage, USA, North America, rfp, Tennessee Valley Authority
100-MW solar project for Nashville will press Vanderbilt University to 100% sustainable
Nashville Mayor John Cooper's management introduced a collaboration with Nashville Electric Service, the Tennessee Valley Authority and also Vanderbilt University to create 100 MW of utility-scale solar power under the TVA Green Invest program-- placing Metro General Government operations over one-third of the means towards being sourced with 100% renewable energy and also making it possible for Metro to meet a 2025 criteria for renewables developed by Council legislation.
Nov 11, 2020 // Plants, Large-Scale, USA, utility-scale, North America, Solar Project, John Cooper, Nashville, Nashville Electric Service, Tennessee Valley Authority, Vanderbilt University, Daniel Diermeier