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NES In The News2014 | 11/4/14

NES Board Chairman Launches New Law Firm

NES Power Board Chair, Bob Mendes, has announced the launch of Waypoint Law, PLLC. The practice will handle transactions, litigation and insolvency cases, as well as guide clients through change management challenges. Before launching Waypoint, Mendes worked at Frost Brown Todd, LLC.

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NES Power News2014 | 11/3/14

NES Helps Freshman Chart Career Path at Exploration Fair

NES Employees at Metro Nashville Public School’s Career Exploration Fair

More than 7,000 Davidson County high school freshmen took part in the My Future, My Way Career Exploration Fair at the Music City Center. Students from 20 different schools were given the opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge from more than two hundred potential future employers, including NES. They were able to talk with NES employees about their interests and the skills necessary for a career as a lineman, engineer, electrician or safety manager.

NES employees were prepared with hands-on demonstrations to show students the importance of staying away from power lines and how energy can be controlled with digital and analog circuit boards. Students were even given the opportunity to try on a lineman’s safety gloves.

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NES Power News2014 | 10/31/14

Vanderbilt Lowers Energy Consumption & Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Vanderbilt University recently announced a 27 percent decrease per person in their greenhouse gas emissions, and electricity purchased in 2013 was at a seven year low.

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NES In The News2014 | 10/29/14


NES United Way Check Presentation

United Way of Metropolitan Nashville’s corporate partners impact the Nashville community every day, making it a better place to live for everyone.

NES, a key corporate partner, presented United Way of Metropolitan Nashville with a check for nearly $67,000 on Oct. 21. The funds represent contributions to NES’ successful annual campaign.

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