NES Power News | 12/5/17
We’re all ready to share the Christmas spirit with family and friends. However, going to great lengths to make your home look festive this time of year could pose a fire risk.
Open our Holiday Safety Infographic to avoid potential hazards as you deck the halls.read more
NES Power News | 11/27/17
South Nashville looks a little greener after volunteers planted more than 100 trees in Paragon Mills, Fairlane Park and Tusculum as well as at 10 Metro Nashville Public Schools for ReLeafing Day.
NES has proudly supported the Nashville Tree Foundation’s worthwhile initiative since it began 14 years ago.read more
NES Power News | 11/21/17
Nashville’s official Christmas tree has made its way to Public Square Park.
The 30-foot Norway Spruce, donated by Donna Jenkins, was transported from Inglewood to downtown Nashville by NES and Metro Parks crews. Having outgrown its original location, this year’s tree was chosen for the honor of bringing Christmas to Music City.read more
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