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Press Releases | 6/18/18

NES Offers Ways to Save on Electricity During Record-Breaking Heat

The official start of summer is still a few days away, but Middle Tennessee is already feeling the heat. May was the hottest on record in Nashville, according to the National Weather Service. As the temperatures go up, so does the demand for electricity as homeowners try to keep their houses cool.

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Press Releases | 6/1/18

NES Equipment Upgrades Require Lane Closure

Nashville Electric Service (NES) is upgrading electrical equipment and replacing power poles along Hillsboro Pike that will require a lane closure starting in early June and lasting several months.

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Press Releases | 5/11/18

Mayor Briley, NES and TVA Partner to Make Homes More Energy Efficient

The Office of Mayor David Briley, in collaboration with Nashville Electric Service (NES) and the Tennessee Valley Authority, announced today the launch of a new home weatherization program called NES Home Energy Uplift.

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Press Releases | 4/19/18

NES Customers Targeted by Utility Scams

Nashville Electric Service (NES) warns that utility scam artists are once again targeting customers by threatening to disconnect their power if a payment is not made as soon as possible.

Small business owners, non-English speaking customers and the elderly are frequently targeted.

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Press Releases | 4/18/18

NES Celebrates National Lineman Appreciation Day

Nashville Electric Service (NES) is honoring its more than 150 dedicated linemen who work around the clock to ensure the lights stay on in celebration of National Lineman Appreciation Day.

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