February 24, 2017
Record highs today. Severe storms tonight. Are you ready? http://ow.ly/9wjB309l2Jt #tnwx #publicpower(view on facebook)
Nashville Electric Service and Maplewood High School’s Academy of Energy & Power have teamed up to explore innovative ways to inspect utilities. NES officials and Maplewood H.S. students will use drones to capture photos and inspect utility lines and equipment at the school’s Academy of Energy & Power
Homeowners looking to get the most out of their energy dollars have a powerful, new tool at their disposal. eScore is a home energy efficiency program offered by Nashville Electric Service and the Tennessee Valley Authority.
A professional engineer returns to high school several times a year—to encourage students to graduate and enlighten them about how to succeed afterwards.
On March 19, 2011, NES hosted the 11th Annual APPA Lineworkers Rodeo. The event was free and open to the public. Rodeo activities included a number of competitions between journeymen and apprentice lineworkers, who battled for professional recognition in events such as the “Hurtman Rescue” and the “Conductor Tie-in.” They were judged on safety, work practices, neatness, ability, equipment handling and timely event competition.
Ever wonder how NES restores power after a storm? Our crews rely on a three-step process recognized as an industry standard best to get power back on as quickly as possible. Follow “Lineman Joe” as he gives an easy step-by-step tour of the typical outage repairs that are made from substations, to neighborhoods, to your home.
2014 honoree to the YWCA of Nashville & Middle Tennessee’s Academy for Women of Achievement
2014 Jeannie R. Hastings Vision Award presented to Robert A. McCabe, Jr. on September 23, 2014.