The Tennessee Valley Authority has issued an open request for proposals from energy developers who can generate 5,000 MW of carbon-free energy, such as solar, nuclear and hydrogen, reports the Chattanooga Times Free Press.

The request comes as the utility moves forward with its clean energy initiative, which has generated more than $3 billion in investment across its region since 2018. 

“Our region is the nation’s premier destination for business, and a big reason for that is because of TVA’s renewable energy efforts,” said TVA President and CEO Jeff Lyash said.

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