Monthly Archives: January 2022

Seven States Team Doubles in Size in First Year as Independent Organization

Over the past two months, Seven States Power Corporation has welcomed three new team members, doubling its size over the past year to better support and serve its member-owners, the 153 local power companies in the Tennessee Valley. Lance Irwin, Marleen Hamilton, and Joe Knox join the organization less than one year after Seven States launched as an independent organization, now growing the team to seven who will support member technology projects. “We could not be more excited to welcome Lance,

Celebrating First Operational Charging Site in TVA’s Fast Charge Network

On January 24, 2022, Seven States Power Corporation joined member-owner Fort Payne Improvement Authority (FPIA), the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), and the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs (ADECA) in celebrating the installation of two electric vehicle (EV) fast chargers in Fort Payne, making it the first operational charging site in the Tennessee Valley Authority’s (TVA) regional Fast Charge Network. The Fast Charge Network supports the broader National Electric Highway Coalition, enabling long-distance electric vehicle travel by placing public fast

Seven States Power Corporation to Hold 2022 Annual Meeting in Memphis

2021 was an exciting year for the Tennessee Valley and for Seven States. We became an independent business, grew our team, and continued our work as the trusted technology solutions provider for our member-owners. Looking to the future, and with our members in the driver’s seat, we are laser-focused on helping LPCs meet their needs on electric vehicle charging, solar, fiber, load management, and more. As we celebrate innovation and the work being done across the Valley, we are excited to

Irwin Joins Seven States Power Corporation at Time of Exciting Growth

Entering a new year amidst substantial growth, Seven States Power Corporation this week welcomed a new team member with the addition of Lance Irwin, who will serve as Vice President of Research and Portfolio Optimization. Irwin joins Seven States from the Electric Power Board (EPB) of Chattanooga, where he most recently served as Director of Energy Solutions Technology. Less than a year after Seven States launched as an independent business, the trusted energy and technology solutions provider has nearly doubled its