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NES In The News2014 | 12/1/14

City Christmas Tree Arrives In Downtown Nashville

Nashville Electric Service (NES) crews put Nashville's official Christmas Tree in Public Square Park

Nashville’s official Christmas Tree arrived in the Public Square Park on Tuesday afternoon.

The 38-foot Norway Spruce was cut, transported and raised into place by Nashville Electric Service crews.

The tree will serve as the centerpiece for the city’s holiday celebration and the Mayor’s Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony, which is scheduled for Friday, December 5.

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NES Power News2014 | 11/25/14

Cook Up Energy Savings This Thanksgiving with These Easy Tips

Preparing a Thanksgiving feast is no easy task, but NES offers some simple tips to cut your energy costs in the kitchen this holiday season.

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NES Power News2014 | 11/24/14

NES CEO Helps Plant Power Line-Friendly Trees in East Nashville

Decosta Jenkins, President and CEO of NES partakes in ReLeafing Day

East Nashville looks a little greener after volunteers planted more than 100 trees in the Cleveland and McFerrin Park neighborhoods for ReLeafing Day. NES President & CEO, Decosta Jenkins, rolled up his sleeves and helped out as well.

NES has been a proud supporter of this worthwhile initiative since it began 12 years ago. The effort, led by the Nashville Tree Foundation, provided elm, maple, oak, sweet gum and tulip poplar trees to residents in the area.

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75th Anniversary2014 | 11/20/14

Throwback Thursday - 1946 Service Trucks

Nashville Electric Service (NES) Service Trucks in 1946

Our service trucks certainly look a lot different today than they did in 1946. Nashville has changed a lot, too. In 1946, NES served approximately 60,000 customers. NES now proudly serves more than 370,000 customers. ‪#‎75years‬

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