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NES Power News2014 | 10/15/14

Construction Underway on North Nashville Training Center

Construction begins at new NES Training Center

Work is underway at the future site of Nashville Electric Service’s (NES) North Nashville training and operations center on Myatt Drive. Once completed, the facility will provide NES linemen with the ability to train on equipment in a controlled environment, rather than live on the job. NES sees the training center as a crucial piece to having employees learn in the safest way possible.

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NES Power News2014 | 10/10/14

NES EMPLOYEES SHOW LOVE FOR THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION

NES employees at AHA Heart Walk

More than 30 Nashville Electric Service employees and their family members joined forces on October 4 to participate in the 2014 Greater Nashville Heart Walk. NES is a proud supporter the American Heart Association (AHA) in its efforts to prevent, treat and defeat heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases.

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Press Releases2014 | 10/9/14

NES CUSTOMERS CAN NOW REPORT POWER OUTAGES ONLINE

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville Electric Service (NES) has launched an online outage reporting feature that offers a more convenient way to report power outages from any computer or mobile device.

Accessible through My Account at nespower.com, customers can submit outages in a few seconds from their online profile and request a call back from NES to confirm when service has been restored.

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NES Power News2014 | 10/8/14

NES Vice President Named a 2014 Woman of Achievement

Laura Smith Tidwell, general counsel and vice president of corporate affairs, Nashville Electric Service, was recently inducted into the Academy for Women of Achievement (AWA).

Tidwell, along with six other inductees, was honored at the YWCA’s 23rd annual celebration on October 2.

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