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Press Releases2014 | 6/13/14
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville Electric Service (NES) welcomes David Van Hooser as Vice President and Chief Information Officer.
He replaces Vic Hatridge, who retired after 20 years at NES.
As Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Van Hooser is responsible for strategic and tactical direction, staff and resource management, system support and maintenance. In addition to managing the current IT infrastructure, he is responsible for finding affordable and effective ways to modernize NES’ technology and data systems, allowing it to continue providing safe and reliable power to Middle Tennessee.read more
Press Releases2014 | 6/13/14
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville Electric Service (NES) announces the appointment of Mark Weber to the position of Controller.
Weber was most recently a director in the audit practice at Deloitte & Touche LLP. While at Deloitte, he has trained personnel at all levels on courses for accounting and internal control at local, regional, and national venues. He also has served as a controller to a medical services company and has experience with not-for-profit and governmental accounting.
As NES’ Controller, Weber will oversee the accounting practice including remittance, payroll, plant accounting, accounts payable, taxes, fixed asset accounting and cash management. The position is also responsible for internal and external financial reporting for NES.read more
Press Releases2014 | 6/12/14
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville Electric Service (NES) is proud to count some of the most skilled linemen in the country as part of its family, as evidenced by their performance this past weekend at the 17th annual Tennessee Valley Lineman Rodeo in Bowling Green, Ky.
The NES Donelson Service Center (DSC) team earned a perfect score placing second overall, and two generations of linemen earned top honors in the journeyman events.
NES’ Josh Fuller competed against his father, Jim Fuller with Murfreesboro Electric Department, in the Independent Journeyman Events. Both father and son earned perfect scores in all four events. Jim placed first overall and Josh placed second overall.read more
Press Releases2014 | 6/4/14
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville Electric Service (NES) has received high rankings from both Standard & Poor’s and Fitch. NES was assigned an AA+ rating to the bond issuance and was affirmed the AA+ rating assigned to all bonds currently outstanding.
This rating places NES among only a few other public power utilities in the nation to receive such a high ranking.
“It is gratifying that respected rating agencies express such a high level of confidence in our ability to succeed,” said NES Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer Teresa Broyles-Aplin. “Our commitment is to deliver the highest level of customer service and reliability at the lowest reasonable price.”read more