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Welcome to the Jackson Energy Authority Learning Center! Articles, videos and pdf documents about our electric, gas, propane, water, and wastewater services are right at your fingertips. Browse topics by using the filters below or search by keyword. See a topic that interests you? Simply select it to learn more.


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Residential | Safety
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TVA Eye Spy Energy Monsters

This colorful cast of monster friends will teach you the ways we use energy in our lives every day and how you can help save energy and money around the house.

Business | Safety
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F.O.G. (Fats, Oils and Grease) Program

Residual fats, oils and grease (F.O.G.) from restaurants, food service establishments and institutional or commercial kitchens are hazards for the wastewater system.

Safety
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Learning About Natural Gas

Sniffer the hound teaches young kids about natural gas and safety with games, puzzles and quizzes.

Residential
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Free Previews!

Check out the Free Previews available now with EPlus Broadband cable service.

Residential | Contractor
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Temporary Electric Service Pole

Jackson Energy Authority will no longer provide or install temporary electrical service poles.

Business
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Community Solar Farm

Jackson Energy Authority supports sustainability by using the power of the sun to generate renewable energy and market renewable energy credits to corporations and industries.

Business
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Energy Conservation

Get expert advice and incentives to help you boost the bottom line of your business or industry, regardless of whether you are looking to minimize your carbon footprint, remain competitive or adopt smart technologies.

Business
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Green Power

Make a lasting impact on the environment by supporting clean, renewable energy and reducing your carbon footprint.

Business
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How CNG is Used

The same natural gas we use for home heating, water heating and cooking can also be used as a transportation fuel in motor vehicles. Globally, natural gas powers more than 12 million vehicles on the road today.