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Outage planned Wednesday morning for Colonial Heights area

JOHNSON CITY – BrightRidge has a planned electric system outage scheduled for the Colonial Heights area on Wednesday, June 16, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The outage will allow BrightRidge crews to replace conductor wire and will affect service to ap Read More


BrightRidge and Silicon Ranch break ground on first solar project under TVA flexibility program

Jonesborough, TN -- BrightRidge, Silicon Ranch, and the Tennessee Valley Authority held a ceremony Tuesday to break ground on a new solar farm that is now under construction in western Washington County. The 9-megawatt (MWAC) facility will be named the Ma Read More


Outage planned Tuesday for neighborhoods in vicinity of Rotary & Civitan Park

About 120 downtown Johnson City electric system customers are scheduled for a planned outage Tuesday, April 6, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., as weather permits. The outage will permit BrightRidge crews to safely replace conductor wire which provides electric se Read More


BrightRidge recognized by APPA as Reliable Public Power Provider

  JOHNSON CITY – BrightRidge has been recognized as a Reliable Public Power Provider (RP3)® by the American Public Power Association for providing reliable and safe electric service. The RP3 Platinum designation, which lasts for three yea Read More


BrightRidge continues fiber broadband push into rural Washington County

Building off fiber construction to previously unserved rural areas just completed through a $2.4 million Tennessee Emergency Broadband grant, BrightRidge has authorized a locally funded broadband expansion to bring service to another 1,051 customer locati Read More


BrightRidge announces Pandemic Relief Credit on February bill statements

BrightRidge Directors voted unanimously Tuesday afternoon to extend a $1.2 million BrightRidge Pandemic Relief Credit to all residential and small commercial power customers. The one-time credit will appear for most customers on February power bills.Resid Read More


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