Join Nashville Electric Service (NES) for a free Neighborhood Energy Savers Workshop. You’ll have high electric bills on the ropes by learning easy, energy-efficiency improvements for your home. Plus, you’ll receive an energy-saving tool kit valued at $25 to help you get started. Grab a ringside seat and find out more about dates and locations.read more
NES Power News | 10/26/16
Students are learning at an early age about the importance of electrical safety and the role of NES linemen in the community.
This fall, Nashville Electric Service is joining other local organizations including, Metro Police, Nashville Fire Department, Waste Management, Nashville MTA and Metro Animal Care and Control to reach more than 1,300 Pre-K through fourth grade students.read more
NES Power News | 10/25/16
Wasting electricity can be pretty spooky, especially when energy vampires are lurking around your home. These appliances and other plugged-in devices continue to suck power from electrical outlets even when they are turned off. It’s what we call phantom load.read more
NES Power News | 10/21/16
Four hundred Nashville Electric Service (NES) employees are wearing pink hard hats in October to show their support during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
This powerful movement demonstrates the utility’s commitment to raise awareness for the American Cancer Society and underlines the very real impact this disease has had on the lives of NES employees.read more
NES Power News | 10/12/16
Fire Prevention Week is underway and Nashville Electric Service (NES) is helping to spread the word about electrical safety and potential fire hazards.read more