MLGW

On multiple occasions, Memphis Light Gas & Water has asked the Memphis City Council to increase utility rates to pay for long-overdue updates to MLGW’s infrastructure. And in the final meeting of the year, the Council said OK –...
Sometimes, you gotta work on Saturdays. This goes for MLGW meter readers too. MLGW workers will be reading meters this Saturday, Jan. 11. An MLGW notice released Monday indicated that this scheduling is to prevent customers from being billed for...
Memphis Light, Gas and Water Division customers are receiving automated scam calls from a 1-800 telephone number requesting customers to call back and make a payment to avoid services being cut off. MLGW never calls to demand money. While the...
Local utility companies such as Memphis Light, Gas & Water (MLGW) can tap into $1 billion in available credit support that the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is offering to offset the effects of COVID-19. TVA President/CEO Jeff Lyash made that...
Now that a draft report has outlined potential savings if Memphis Light Gas and Water Division (MLGW) ends its 80-plus-year partnership with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), the city-owned utility company still has serious discussions ahead before making a...
Jeff Lyash, president/CEO of Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), says the costs for Memphis Light, Gas & Water (MLGW) Division to switch to a new electric supplier is underestimated by $261 million in extra annual costs. Electric bills could rise more...
Four climate and community activist groups rallied with 25-plus citizens outside Memphis City Hall on Tuesday (July 7) to respond to a community development plan proposed by Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), the city’s electricity supplier. The activists are advocating for...
by Jeff Lyash -- There are many issues that are important to the people of Memphis — both right now and for the city’s long-term future. Since I joined TVA a little more than a year ago, you’ve clearly expressed...
by Adrian Sainz --  Environmental groups are suing the Tennessee Valley Authority over long-term partnership agreements signed by local power companies that receive electricity generated by the nation’s largest public utility. A lawsuit filed in Memphis federal court Monday claims the...
Memphis Light, Gas & Water Division President J. T. Young now has the approval of the utility’s board to quicken the process of hiring a consultant to help attract proposals that could lead to a new power supplier. At a...