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NES Power News2014 | 6/19/14

NES Recognized for Groundbreaking Demand Response Program

NES received the UTC Apex award for its innovative voltage control program put in place to assist TVA with meeting financial and reliability goals. Faced with rising costs of wholesale power and reduction in TVA’s available generating capacity, NES utilized voltage reduction to reduce energy demand without impacting customers. Since April 2011, NES has operated its voltage reduction to account for over $5.3M in avoided wholesale demand charges. The Utilities Telecom Council is a global trade association that supports and promotes the telecommunications and IT needs of utilities.

NES Power News2014 | 6/19/14

Biking for a Cause

As a proud sponsor of Tour de Nash hosted by Walk/Bike Nashville, NES team members explored Music City in Nashville’s largest urban bicycle tour. The event celebrated the grand opening of U.S. Bicycle Route 23, a statewide bicycle touring route through town. See our Facebook album for photos.

Press Releases2014 | 6/13/14

NES Hires David Van Hooser as Vice President & CIO

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.

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Press Releases2014 | 6/13/14

NES Hires Mark Weber as Controller

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.

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