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Posted on: January 29, 2020

[ARCHIVED] TVA Schedules Planned Power Outage at Duncan Station

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The City of Alcoa Electric Department has received notification that the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) plans to be conducting maintenance and repairs at the Duncan Substation this coming weekend. A scheduled power outage will begin at 1:00 a.m. the morning of Sunday, February 2, 2020.  

TVA’s work is expected to last approximately 2 hours. The Duncan Substation feeds the northeastern portion of Alcoa’s electric system that includes Springbrook, E. Hunt Road, Alcoa Trail, Williams Mill, Martin Mill,Glover Rd, Tarklin Valley, Nails Creek, Cave Mill, Sam Houston School Rd., Peppermint Hills, Hitch Rd, Overlook, Eagleton Village, Jackson Hills, Mt. Lebanon Rd, and a portion of E. Broadway.

City of Alcoa Electric customers are reminded that electric outages can be reported and viewed from their mobile devices through the newly released PowerPal app. In addition to reporting a power outage, customers can sign up to receive notice and updates of power outage events. The PowerPal app is a free app available in the Apple App and Google Play stores found by searching for “Alcoa Outage” or entering the direct links for Apple at, or Google


Questions concerning these repairs may be directed to the City of Alcoa Electric Department at (865) 380-4890.


Duncan Substation Power Outage Map
Map of Duncan substation power outage area

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