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NES Power News | 2/17/17

GIVE A LITTLE. GIVE TOGETHER. IT ALL ADDS UP TO HOPE.

When the sun goes down and temperatures drop, a cold reality sets in for many people in Middle Tennessee. They struggle to stay warm in their homes during the winter months.

That’s why our annual Project Help giving campaign is so important. Nashville Electric Service (NES) is proud to announce that this year’s drive was a success thanks to the generosity of customers looking for a way to give back to those in need.

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NES Power News | 2/9/17

ANSWERING THE CALL FOR POSITIVE CUSTOMER ENCOUNTERS

When you call Nashville Electric Service (NES) to sign up for service or have a question about your bill, a small army of dedicated customer relations advisors are ready to help. They answer approximately one million calls every year but work hard to treat each customer with care and concern.

No one does that better than Service Advisor of the Year, Lewis Buchanan.

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NES Power News | 2/7/17

BUSINESSES TARGETED BY ANOTHER ROUND OF UTILITY SCAMS

Nashville Electric Service (NES) warns that utility scam artists are once again targeting local businesses. Customers are told their power will be disconnected if payment information is not provided as soon as possible.

Along with small businesses, non-English speaking customers and the elderly are frequently targeted.

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NES Power News | 1/30/17

GO RED MOVEMENT TAKES OVER NASHVILLE SKYLINE

Nashville Electric Service (NES) is going red on Friday, February 3, in support of women’s heart health.

Along with the NES dome, more than 20 buildings in Middle Tennessee will be participating in the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign to raise awareness about heart disease.

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