Tennessee’s electric co-ops are building a brighter Tennessee, investing in a stronger, better prepared and more resilient future for the communities they serve.
Tennessee’s electric co-ops are responding to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Learn more.
The Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association represents 2.5 million Tennesseans by actively engaging with law and policy makers at the state and federal levels.
Electric co-ops invest in the future of the communities we serve. This includes infrastructure, but it also includes economic development, education and commerce.
With more than 100,000 miles of distribution line and $3 billion in infrastructure, the member systems of TECA provide energy to 2.5 million Tennesseans in 84 of the state’s 95 counties.
Electric co-ops empower rural and suburban Tennessee to grow and thrive. Communities are smarter, healthier, more productive and better connected because of electric co-ops.
From jobs to investment to taxes, the impact that co-ops have on Tennessee is significant.
The Tennessee Magazine celebrates the best of Tennessee. It is the most widely circulated periodical in the state and is the official publication of Tennessee’s electric cooperatives.
Electric co-op linemen work to be “everyday safe” – this means being aware of your surroundings, identifying risks and making smart choices. We want your family to be everyday safe, too.
Tennessee Electric Cooperative Association
2964 Sidco Drive, Nashville, TN 37204
Phone : 615.367.9284