Powering everyday life
From homes and farms to factories and hospitals, Tennessee’s electric co-ops have a big impact on the communities they serve. We power cell phones and coffee makers, MRI machines and military bases, daycares and dairy farms. But our work goes beyond keeping the power on.
Co-ops recruit jobs and investment to our communities. We prepare young leaders to tackle the challenges of tomorrow. We empower our consumers to control their energy costs through efficiency. We engage members to be active and informed when legislation and regulation affect their families.
The figures below tell the story of how co-ops power everyday life in our communities.
The far-reaching impact of Tennessee’s electric cooperatives
Tennessee’s electric co-ops have sent more than 6,000 young Tennesseans to Washington, D.C., as a part of our annual Youth Tour program. Weare committed to educating and preparing tomorrow’s leaders.