The Dangers of TVA’s Policy for Memphis

After years of over-paying for power, Memphis is finally on the verge of giving notice to end its contract with the Tennessee Valley Authority, in favor of switching to a lower-cost, environmentally cleaner and greener alternative. Read More

Letter to President of Memphis, Light, Gas & Water

Letter to President J.T. Young of Memphis, Light, Gas and Water regarding the Integrated Resource Planning process that MLGW is undertaking to assess whether or not to leave the TVA for a cheaper, cleaner alternative power supply. Read More

Save Energy, Save Dollars

A bold new vision for reducing low income energy burdens in Shelby County, Tennessee. Read More

Power to Memphis: Options for a Reliable, Affordable and Greener Future

The Brattle Report concludes that if MLGW and the City of Memphis were to exercise a clause in their contract with the TVA that allows the utility to terminate its contract in five years, the city could develop an alternative energy supply that could generate cost savings of $240-$333 million per year compared to costs incurred by Memphis under the current TVA plan. Read More