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NES Power News2014 | 8/8/14
In celebration of Arbor Day, NES helped plant trees in Centennial Park and promote proper planting. We also received the Tree Line USA certification from the Arbor Day Foundation for quality tree care, annual worker training, and a tree planting and public education program.
Press Releases2014 | 7/31/14
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Nashville Electric Service (NES) announces the appointment of Robert J. Mendes as chair of its Electric Power Board today. Irma Paz-Bernstein will serve as vice chair.read more
Press Releases2014 | 7/21/14
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Pigeons are creating a potential problem at a Nashville Electric Service (NES) substation, and crews are hoping a loud sound cannon will scare the birds off. The pigeons are roosting at NES’ Central Substation which provides electricity for a third of the downtown Nashville area. NES is proactively trying to avoid possible power outages by using the sound cannon which produces a loud noise similar to firecrackers and disrupts the nesting pattern of birds that roost at the substation.read more
Press Releases2014 | 7/18/14
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Twenty-six households attended last month’s Neighborhood Energy Savers Workshop held at the Donelson-Hermitage YMCA. This free workshop offered by Nashville Electric Service (NES) and the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), was the first in the summer series of workshops being held in June, July and August.
June attendance was up 70 percent from 2013 with the successful launch of NES’ summer “Be Cool” campaign, urging customers to attend a workshop to learn easy, energy-efficient improvements because “high energy bills are lame, but you can be cool.”read more