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NES Power News | 6/22/17
The power supply that energizes Middle Tennessee is getting cleaner. Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions are down more than 30 percent and are forecasted to drop 60 percent by 2020.
That means more electricity is being generated from renewables, nuclear energy and waste products, while customers are becoming more efficient consumers.read more
NES Power News | 6/19/17
Summer break isn’t all fun and games for families on a tight budget. With more than 70 percent of public school students qualifying for free or reduced breakfast and lunch, hunger statistics rise during the summer months because many children miss out on guaranteed meals at school.read more
NES Power News | 6/14/17
For the second year in row, Nashville Electric Service (NES) crews swept the competition bringing home first and second place from the Tennessee Valley Lineman Rodeo in Huntsville, AL.read more
NES Power News | 6/12/17
We’re in a summer state of mind, which has us thinking about all the ways to stay cool when summertime temps are high.
Here are our favorite ways to beat the heat. And, the best part is, all it takes is a few easy changes around the house to help you cut your energy usage.read more