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KNOCK OUT HIGH ELECTRIC BILLS WITH NES ENERGY SAVERS WORKSHOPS

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.

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NES Power News | 8/8/16

ON YOUR MARK: TURN YOUR HOME INTO AN ENERGY-SAVING CHAMPION

We’re feeling the Summer Games energy. How about you? Score a perfect 10 of your own with eScore.

You can earn rebates on energy-efficiency upgrades, while increasing the comfort level of your home and saving money on energy costs. It’s a win-win.

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NES Power News | 8/4/16

NES JOINS UNITED WAY TO GIVE BACKPACKS FOR KIDS

Students are prepared to hit the books and start the school year off right thanks to hundreds of volunteers with United Way’s Stuff the Bus event on July 29. More than 8,500 students at nine elementary schools have received backpacks filled with necessary supplies for their success.

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Press Releases | 8/3/16

NES POWER BOARD NAMES NEW APPOINTMENTS

Nashville Electric Service (NES) announces the appointment of Robert “Bo” Campbell as chair and Robert McCabe as vice chair of the Electric Power Board. Carolyn Schott has been reappointed to the board.

Campbell, who has served on the board since 2014, is a partner at Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP. He is a board member of the Nashville Downtown Partnership and has served with various professional and community organizations in Middle Tennessee.

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NES In The News | 8/2/16

LOCAL WEATHERMAN LEARNS HOW TO TACKLE HOT WEATHER

Nashville Electric Service (NES) Energy Savers Workshop expert Jim Purcell shares hot weather advice with Meteorologist Davis Nolan.

Even though the summer heat is lingering in Middle Tennessee, customers can take proactive steps to lower their usage and save money.

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