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NES Power News | 10/11/17

Five Fire Hazards Around Your Home

Losing your home and all your belongings in a fire is devastating. With Fire Prevention Week underway, Nashville Electric Service (NES) is helping to spread the word about electrical safety and potential fire hazards.

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NES Power News | 10/5/17

Keeping the Lights on Since 1939

Nashville Electric Service (NES) has been providing safe, reliable power to Middle Tennessee for the past 78 years. It’s nice to take a moment to reflect on the past, but we’re intently focused on the future.

The NES story is one of humble beginnings, trying challenges, incredible growth and an unwavering commitment to the communities we serve. Throughout the years, NES has been called upon to meet the power demands of a growing Nashville, and each time we have answered the call.

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NES Power News | 10/4/17

NES Lights Up the Night, Energizes Downtown Nashville

Nashville is known for its award-winning songwriters, guitar-playing talent and world-renowned music venues. Ironically, it was England’s Queen Victoria who named Nashville “Music City” back in 1873.

Today, Nashville’s “Light District” on Lower Broadway attracts worldwide music lovers. As tourists fill the streets, Jesse Lee Jones has seen it all from inside his honky tonk—Robert’s Western World.

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NES Power News | 10/3/17

Gaining Momentum While Powering Change

Every day, someone new moves to the Nashville area. With each new face, our customers, the city and its landscape are changing.

One area that has been undergoing a dramatic transformation is down the road from NES’ Church Street location. The neighborhood of Salemtown is a historic area that was once home to workers at the Werthan Bag Company, Neuhoff Meat Packing Plant and Methodist Settlement House. Now, Salemtown is experiencing a cultural shift as a new generation of residents settle there.

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NES Power News | 10/2/17

Making Nashville Stronger with Better Efficiency

It’s no surprise that Nashville’s housing market is hot right now. Everywhere you turn, new homes are being built. Most new construction is focused on energy efficiency standards. But for homes built before 1990 – some of the most beautiful homes in the South – making energy efficiency improvements may be an expense homeowners think they can’t afford. In actuality, they can’t afford not to.

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