Update (9:00 PM): Following storms that swept through the Chattanooga area both on both Saturday and Sunday evening, EPB is working as quickly as possible to restore power to about 500 customers who continue to experience outages due to damage to the system. Over the last two days, the Smart Grid has prevented outages or auto-restored power to about 10,100 customers. EPB will continue working until all customers have power. Please check back for additional information. You may also refer to the Outage Map or call EPB Customer Service, 423-648-1EPB (1372).

Solar Share Community Solar Project

EPB knows that renewable energy is important to our customers. That’s why we’re teaming up with Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) to construct Chattanooga’s first community solar project, Solar Share.

What is Solar Share?

Located along Holtzclaw Ave. across from Warner Park, Solar Share is Chattanooga’s first community solar project. Through Solar Share, EPB customers will have a new choice for renewable power that dramatically lowers the barriers to entry for participating in solar power generation. Once complete, the installation will consist of 4,408 solar panels with a total output of nearly 1.4 megawatts of power.

Want to learn more about how you will be able to participate in Solar Share?

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Find out more about Solar Share

EPB is continuing to finalize the details of how you can participate in the Solar Share program, and we invite you to add your name to the contact list for further updates. Just give us a call at 423-648-1372.

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EPB Solar Share Facts

  • Located on 3.8 acres along Holtzclaw Avenue across from Warner Park
  • 4,408 solar panels will be installed using a fixed-tilt racking structure with panels facing directly south at 18 degree angle
  • Total output will be 1.366 megawatts of DC power which is enough to supply the energy needs of about 125 homes with average power consumption