2015 E&O Conference

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TECA and the Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives jointly hosted the 2015 Engineering, Operations, and District Managers Conference at the Music Road Hotel and Resort in Pigeon Forge on Thursday and Friday, July 16 and 17. In attendance…

4H Electric Camp

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Three hundred rising seventh and eight graders from across the state of Tennessee are exploring the world of energy, electricity and the basic sciences at the 2015 4-H Electric Camp. While visiting the University of Tennessee, Knoxville campus,…

Help is on the way when you are in the dark

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Electric co-ops serve some of the most rugged, remote terrain in the country, covering more than 70 percent of the nation’s landmass, which means we have learned how to restore power in incredibly difficult circumstances. Now, we’re restoring…

Stay safe in the great outdoors this summer

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Summer is in full swing, and that means it is time for fun in the sun! As you find yourself spending more time outdoors, Tennessee's electric cooperatives remind you to stay safe. Planning a home improvement project? When working outdoors,…

To seal or not to seal

By Bret Curry To seal or not to seal the crawl space is a recurring dilemma for many homeowners. To begin, why do homes have crawl spaces? Crawl spaces became a byproduct when concrete block foundations were introduced. They cost less than…

Fill 'er up, please

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by Mike Knotts Director of Government Affairs Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association A few weeks ago, when I stopped at the gas station on my way to work to fill up, the math was pretty easy. Ten gallons of gas went in the tank, and the…

Fill 'er up, please

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by Mike Knotts Director of Government Affairs Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association A few weeks ago, when I stopped at the gas station on my way to work to fill up, the math was pretty easy. Ten gallons of gas went in the tank, and the…

Energy Independence

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by David Callis Executive Vice President and General Manager Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association Last month, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit rejected an early challenge to the Environmental…

Callis presents at DOE

WASHINGTON, D.C. – David Callis, executive vice president and general manager of the Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association, presented today during the Department of Energy’s Clear Path III, a hurricane preparedness and response event…

A sun-safe summer

Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in America. As many as one in five Americans will be diagnosed with the disease. People who work outdoors in the summer, including many employees of electric cooperatives, are at even higher risk. The…