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NES In The News | 8/2/16

LOCAL WEATHERMAN LEARNS HOW TO TACKLE HOT WEATHER

Nashville Electric Service (NES) Energy Savers Workshop expert Jim Purcell shares hot weather advice with Meteorologist Davis Nolan.

Even though the summer heat is lingering in Middle Tennessee, customers can take proactive steps to lower their usage and save money.

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NES In The News | 7/13/16

SOLAR PANELS NOW POWERING HEATING & AIR COMPANY

Through TVA’s Green Power Providers program, Nashville Electric Service has approximately 250 renewable energy systems installed in our service area with the capacity to generate more than five megawatts of clean energy. This program offers technical support and incentives for customers who generate their own renewable energy.

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NES In The News | 3/21/16

NES IMPROVES RELIABILITY & TRAINING WITH NEW CENTER

Nashville Electric Service (NES) is celebrating the completion of its new, specialized training facility on Myatt Drive in Madison.

NES CEO Decosta Jenkins and NES Board Chair Irma Paz-Bernstein officially opened the NES North Operations & Training Center on March 19 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and training demonstrations.

The simulation lab provides real world experience for crews to learn the basics of pole climbing, safely disabling live wires and utilizing proper protective gear. Employees can train on equipment year-round in a controlled environment, rather than live on the job.

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NES In The News | 2/29/16

PROTECTING AGAINST IDENTITY THEFT

Identity theft is on the rise in the U.S. and customers should take steps to project their information.

Identity thieves may open new accounts in your name if they gain access to key pieces of your personal information, such as your social security number along with your name or address. When the thief doesn’t pay the bills, the creditors come after you

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NES In The News | 2/29/16

NES EMPLOYEES & ANONYMOUS DONOR COME TO CUSTOMER’S AID

After a faulty heating and air conditioning unit caused a customer’s electric bill to jump. NES sent energy advisors to investigate. Our team determined that their HVAC unit wasn’t repaired properly and notified the company who did the work. The correct repairs were made but Thelma Andrews was left with three months of higher than normal electric bills.

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