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BrightRidge will be closed on Monday, January 21st for Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Thank you! 

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11/28/18

Auditors find clean transition to BrightRidge in FY 2018

For immediate release November 28, 2018 JOHNSON CITY – Auditors Blackburn, Childers & Steagall issued a clean opinion with no findings or deficiencies as the former Johnson City Power Board transitioned to an independent energy authority, Brigh Read More

09/07/18

BrightRidge clears final regulatory hurdle to officially establish new Broadband Division

For immediate release Sept. 7, 2018 JOHNSON CITY -- BrightRidge has officially established a Broadband Division having cleared the final regulatory hurdle with the Johnson City Commission’s unanimous approval Thursday night.“This is a journey Read More

08/29/18

BrightRidge board votes to initiate solar community project; participants eligible to earn return on their power bill

JOHNSON CITY -- Participants in BrightRidge’s solar community will have an opportunity to secure a month-to-month or a 20-year license to 500 kW (.5 MW) of solar generation at the new Silicon Ranch Corp. solar farm under construction near Telford. A Read More

08/17/18

BrightRidge Solar Community

JOHNSON CITY -- BrightRidge, the Tennessee Valley Authority and Silicon Ranch broke ground Friday morning on the Tri-Cities’ first community solar project, a 5-megawatt solar farm outside of Jonesborough near Telford. Joined by BrightRidge board mem Read More

07/26/18

Public Hearing to Garner Public Input on 10 Gb Broadband Services

BrightRidge invites all interested persons to attend a public hearing at 6pm today, July 26, 2018 at its 2600 Boones Creek Road office to garner input on a proposed $64 million investment to bring competition to the regional broadband, cable television an Read More

07/18/18

BrightRidge Board Votes to Initiate 10 Gb Broadband, Television, and Phone Division

JOHNSON CITY – BrightRidge directors approved moving forward Wednesday with an 8-year, $64 million investment to bring competition to the regional broadband, cable television and phone service marketplace.By unanimous vote, the Board, after three ye Read More

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