GEA Board Members:
- Sarah Webster – Chairman
- Tim Teague – Vice-Chairman
- Shane Hite – Secretary
- James Emory
- Willie Anderson
2023 Board Meeting Schedule: Held on the 4th Monday of the month
- December 21, 2023 - Thursday - change to normal schedule
2024 Board Meeting Schedule: Held on the 4th Tuesday of the month
- January 23, 2024
- February 27, 2024
- March 26, 2024
- April 23, 2024
- May 29, 2024 - Wednesday - change to normal schedule
- June 24, 2024 - Monday - change to normal schuedle
- July 30, 2024 - 5th Tuesday - change to normal schedule
- August 27, 2024
- September 24, 2024
- October 22, 2024
- November 21, 2024 - Thursday - change to normal schedule
- December 23, 2024 - Monday - change to normal schedule
A Greeneville Energy Authority customer that desires to address the Board of Directors must call the Executive Assistant at 423-636-6222 two business days prior to the scheduled meeting.
SECTION 1. RULES AND REGULATIONS
- Application for Service. Each prospective Customer desiring new electric service will be required to execute an application form or an appropriate power supply contract before service is supplied by GEA. Requirements for obtaining service may be found in the GEA Policy Manual, Section 3.1: Application for Service.
Greeneville Energy Authority is committed to providing electric power, energy, and related services to its Customers in a courteous, professional manner at the lowest practical cost with due regard to safety, reliability, and financial stability.
Greeneville Energy Authority will strive for exceptional performance in the following areas:
- Customer Service: Meeting or exceeding the expectations of our Customers in every interaction
- Stewardship: Prudent management of assets and Customer investments
- Innovation: Development and use of innovative procedures and practices that improve customer service and system reliability, drive efficiency, and enable lower rates
- Reliability: The highest practical level of reliability in the region
- Superior Work Environment: Create and maintain an environment where all can perform at the highest level of professionalism in the industry
As the electric operating division of the Greeneville Energy Authority (GEA), GEA is responsible for providing electric power, energy, and related services to approximately 38,000 meters throughout Greene County and in portions of surrounding counties.
GEA meets that responsibility by purchasing wholesale power and energy from the Tennessee Valley Authority, and reselling power and energy to residential, commercial, and industrial Customers on a not-for-profit basis.
Greeneville Energy Authority is governed by the GEA Board, members of which are approved by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the Town of Greeneville. The GEA Board meets at 9:00 A.M. on the fourth Monday of each month in the Boardroom at 110 N. College Street, Greeneville, TN 37743. These meetings are open to the public.