TEPA PARTICAPATES IN SEVERAL PROGRAMS
GREEN POWER SWITCH - TVA, TEPA and other participating local public power companies, with input from the environmental community, have created a program called Green Power Switch®. Green Power Switch is a way to bring green power — electricity that’s generated by renewable resources such as solar, wind, and methane gas — to Valley consumers. Learn More
To sign up online, choose Residential Sign-Up or Commercial Sign-Up
Green Power Switch GENERATION PARTNERS© - TVA, TEPA and other participating power companies offer consumers an additional opportunity to help protect the environment—a program called Green Power Switch Generation Partners. GPS Generation Partners is a program that provides technical support and incentives for the installation of renewable generation facilities. Learn More
"Good Friends", a special project of TEPA, gives members an avenue to help their friends. The fund is created to assist TEPA members (or persons residing at an address served by TEPA) who find themselves in an emergency situation such as hospitalization, a job layoff, or death of a family member, etc. Monies contributed through this program will be used for utility expenses, and may also be used for food, clothing, and medical expenses. Sign Up Online
HOT WATER HEATER – A customer receives $120.00 credit on their account for purchasing a 30 gallon or larger
electric hot water heater (random inspections).
HEAT PUMP FINANCING - Visit
call 1-855-2eScore (1-855-237-2673). You can also call Tombigbee Electric Power Association for details.
NEW HOME REBATES -TEPA will credit one’s account $250.00 and TVA will give a $200.00 credit for customers that go all electric. $100.00 is added if one installed a lifetime hot water heater in a new home.
This program is in effect until December 1, 2016. (Call TEPA for specs regarding new homes.)
YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM -TEPA offers seven high school juniors from area high schools to attend a three day work shop in Jackson, Ms. in
February; then a week’s trip to Washington, D.C.(in June) to attend the national convention. Contact your high school guidance counselor for more information.