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The Tennessee Valley Authority is raising the pay of its CEO after the utility lowered its carbon emissions, injury rates and costs.

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A federal utility is appealing a judge's order to excavate and move its coal ash at a Tennessee power plant. The Tennessee Valley Authority filed its appeal notice in Nashville federal court Monday over its Gallatin Fossil Plant near the city.

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The White House says President Donald Trump is nominating people from four states to serve on the Tennessee Valley Authority board of directors. 

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A federal utility says it has included a 1.5 percent rate increase in its budget that takes effect in October.

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A federal judge is ordering the nation's largest public utility to dig up coal ash at a Tennessee power plant and move it to a lined waste site where it doesn't risk further polluting the Cumberland River. 

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The Tennessee Valley Authority is conducting an exercise at the Shawnee Fossil Plant near Paducah on Wednesday to train for accidental ammonia leaks should any occur.

Glynis Board | Ohio Valley ReSource

  Despite the Trump administration’s support for the coal industry, the power sector is moving toward more use of natural gas. Even the Ohio Valley, where coal has long been king, the switch to gas is underway, with big implications for the region’s economy and environment. Glynis Board reports on two facilities that illustrate the power struggle underway.

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  Shawnee Fossil Plant in Paducah is getting closer to it’s goal of reducing its gas emissions. TVA spokesperson Scott Brooks said the project is about 80 percent complete and should be finished by the end of this year.

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Tennessee Valley Authority representatives Scott Brooks, Charles Chappell and Nick Morris* recently stopped by Sounds Good to speak with Matt Markgraf as part of their 'River Tour' to discuss how TVA is managing water levels after recent rainfall, TVA's economic impact and a social media photo contest.

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  The Tennessee Valley Authority reported a gain in net income in the last fiscal year citing efforts to operate more efficiently. Despite a slow winter due to warmer temperatures and less rainfall, the TVA reported $313 million for the first half of fiscal year for 2017 - $32 million more than the same period last year.

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