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NES Power News | 11/20/17
More than 7,000 high school freshmen got a glimpse of potential future opportunities at Metro Nashville Public School’s Career Exploration Fair.
Nashville Electric Service (NES) is a proud supporter of the annual event held at the Music City Center. The career fair provides an avenue for students from 20 different high schools to talk with local professionals about their interests and how their studies relate to a variety of careers.read more
NES Power News | 11/15/17
Customers are being targeted through scams that include door-to-door visits, phone calls and electronic communications. In honor of Utilities United Against Scams Day, we urge all customers to remain vigilant against con artists who claim to be associated with Nashville Electric Service (NES).read more
NES Power News | 11/3/17
Nashville Electric Service (NES) warns that customers are once again being targeted by scammers threatening to disconnect their power if payment is not made as soon as possible.
Small business owners, non-English speaking customers and the elderly are frequently targeted.read more
NES Power News | 11/2/17
Each year, the Nashville Business Journal (NBJ) recognizes the best financial minds in Nashville businesses through its CFO Awards. This year’s winners were announced on October 18, and NES is pleased to report that Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President Teresa Broyles-Aplin was named the winner in the Nonprofit Organization category.read more