We’re applying our innovative ideas, advanced technology and local resources toward programs designed to explore what’s possible for the future of Chattanooga.
Local school students learn about the basics of electricity, safety and the benefits of green power.
EPB Future Ready Academy
The EPB Institute of Technology & Networking gives area students a head start on their careers.
HCS EdConnect helps bridge the digital divide for local school students in need.
More than 80,000
students in our community have access to gigabit internet speeds
Places like Moxy Chattanooga are offsetting the environmental impact of special events & guest stays.
3,400 tons of CO2
Saved each year though Smart Grid savings in power demand and road miles saved
Green Prix electric car races
Challenging local students to design and build full-size electric cars for a racing competition.
We are proud to be the area’s first existing building to receive LEED certification.
RAMP Training Program
Providing high school graduates paid opportunities for advanced learning and potential employment.
Girls Who Code
Teaching high school girls computer coding languages to help prepare them for careers in technology.
Mentoring tomorrow’s leaders
Preparing local students for future careers with internships to instill modern business skills.
Volunteered each year to support 120 community organizations
Autonomous Vehicle Corridor
Collecting real-time data about traffic and pedestrian patterns to address city planning initiatives.
Smart Grids of the future
Developing “microgrids” to distribute energy independently of the Smart Grid when necessary
outage minutes are saved each year, reducing interruptions by 60%
Enhancing Smart Grid security
Reducing the Smart Grid’s potential vulnerability to ever-changing cyberattack technology.
Providing upload speeds to help expand staff and systems to now serve nearly 1 million customers.
created & add $1.3 billion to the local economy – in just 5 years
Reliable high-speed internet to support critical, real-time data to those operating on the high seas
Redundant 10-Gig internet connections help this credit union securely backup systems.
Learning from EPB Professor Gig-A-Watt was informative and fun. He taught the basics of electricity, safety and the benefits of Green Power – electricity generated from the sunlight and wind. The whole interactive session was amazing!
Hamilton County School Student