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09/23/20

BrightRidge and TVA donate an additional $60,000 to the Heisse Johnson Hand Up Fund as the region heads into autumn

JOHNSON CITY – BrightRidge Board of Directors voted unanimously Tuesday afternoon to donate another $60,000 including Tennessee Valley Authority Community Care Fund matching dollars to the Heisse Johnson Hand Up Fund assisting low-income residential Read More

09/01/20

BrightRidge partnering with Silicon Ranch, TVA for new 9 MW Solar Farm

JOHNSON CITY -- BrightRidge is partnering with Silicon Ranch to build a new 9 MW solar farm in western Washington County under the flexible terms of BrightRidge’s new 20-year Partnership Agreement with the Tennessee Valley Authority.Historically, lo Read More

08/25/20

BrightRidge awarded $2.47 million in Tennessee Emergency Broadband Grant funding

JOHNSON CITY – BrightRidge Broadband will offer free community Wi-Fi at the grounds of 16 Washington County schools, six community centers, three Johnson City schools and three Sullivan County schools under $2.47 million in Tennessee Emergency Broad Read More

08/14/20

BrightRidge temporarily closes public lobby due to construction

JOHNSON CITY – BrightRidge is temporarily closing its public lobby for four weeks beginning August 17 to allow for completion of a façade project designed to improve building access and safety. Customers needing assistance can still access B Read More

06/23/20

BrightRidge Broadband FY 2021 budget funds big push to add serviceable locations

JOHNSON CITY – Entering the third year rollout, BrightRidge Broadband has more than 17,000 serviceable locations and the company is undertaking a major push in the next 12 months to add 13,000 serviceable locations in its 2021 budget just approved b Read More

06/23/20

BrightRidge holds electric rates flat for a second year; continues coronavirus aid

JOHNSON CITY -- BrightRidge Directors approved a Fiscal Year 2021 budget for the utility that does not raise electric rates for a second year in a row, while the Tennessee Valley Authority is also expected to keep wholesale power rates flat for the next 1 Read More

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