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NES Power News | 2/13/18

Advisors of the Year Are a Win-Win for Customers & NES

You have a question about your energy usage, you’re moving and need to start service or maybe you need a little extra time to pay this month’s bill. NES service advisors are ready to help.

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NES Power News | 2/2/18

Nashville Goes Red to Support Women’s Heart Health

Nashville Electric Service (NES) is going red on Friday, February 2, in support of women’s heart health.

Along with the NES dome, nearly 40 buildings in Nashville will be participating in the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women campaign to raise awareness about heart disease. This marks the 14th year businesses around the city have participated in the initiative. Last year, Nashville had more buildings lit in red than any other city in the country.

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NES Power News | 1/23/18

NES Business Customer Satisfaction Numbers Hit a New High

Nashville Electric Service (NES) business customers are more satisfied than ever with their service, according to the results of J.D. Power’s Electric Utility Business Customer Satisfaction Study.

Based on the study, which measures satisfaction among business customers of 87 U.S. electric utilities, NES’ satisfaction index hit a new high, increasing by 27 points over the 2016 result and earning the utility a 9th place spot in the midsize category within the southern region.

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NES Power News | 12/28/17

New Program Helps ReLeafing Day Trees Thrive

Thanks to the Cumberland River Compact, the hundreds of new trees that volunteers recently planted throughout South Nashville on ReLeafing Day will have a greater chance to thrive. The organization has launched an Urban Canopy Maintenance Program that will water these young trees for an entire year.

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NES Power News | 12/27/17

Follow These Tips to Fight Frigid Temps

Whatever the weather conditions outside, our priority is to provide you with energy you can count on. Customers can also arm themselves with bill pay and energy-saving tools to help better manage their energy costs when cold weather attacks.

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