Federal Workers In Chattanooga Face Mandate Deadline In Early November

With President Biden Signing Executive Order (EO) 14043, Federal Workers In Chattanooga, Including All TVA Personnel, Are Facing Having To Get Fully Vaccinated By November 22nd Or Finding A New Job.

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Lending Solutions Inc Plans To Lay Roots In Tennessee

Lending Solutions Inc., A Financial Services Company Will Be Opening Up A New Call Center In Knoxville, Creating 265 Jobs In Knox County.

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Chattanooga Area Schools Receive Over Thirty Thousand In STEM Grants

Ten Schools Across The Chattanooga Area Have Been Awarded Over Thirty Thousand Dollars In STEM Grants. Teachers Were Able To Apply For Up To $5,000 In Areas That Focused On The Environment, Energy, Career Development, And Community Problem-solving. Some Even Included Pandemic-related Projects.

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Tennessee Below National Average For Renewable Energy Production

Tennessee Has A Long Way To Go To Meet Biden’s Executive Orders To Make The U.S. Carbon Neutral By 2050 With Only 13.9% Of The State’s Power Coming From Renewable Sources.

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Tennessee Power Companies To Look Outside TVA For Electricity Sources

Local Power Companies In Tennessee Are Looking To Find Outside Sources Of Electricity, After Using The Tennessee Valley Authority For Over 80 Years. Using Outside Sources Could Lead To Cheaper Electricity.

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Tennessee To Set Up Electric Car Stations Across The State

There Were 11,000+ Electric Cars Registered In Tennessee At The End Of 2020. These Extra Charging Stations Should Give Motorists Who Use Electric Vehicles Plenty Of Places To Charge, Without Having To Worry About Where The Next Station Will Be.

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