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CNE employees recently participated in several community service fund raising activities. Their fund raising goals were met in each of them.
The Bridgestone Arena is an initial system customer of the Metro District Energy System utilizing both steam and chilled water for heating, cooling and process use.
Constellation NewEnergy, Inc. (CNE), operator of the Metro Nashville District Energy System (DES), is pleased to present their fourteenth Annual Report
CNE employees and family members participated in two fundraising walks recently. The “2016 Walk to End Alzheimer’s” and the “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer.”
There are many options for the heating and cooling needs of buildings that developers and engineers can choose. These options are sometimes limited depending on the architecture of the building
There’s much to consider at the start of any new development project. But even as early as the design/conception stage, incorporating DHC can mean significant savings.
The waters have long since receded, but the memories of the May 2010 flood and its impact on the city run deep.
Beneath the busy streets of downtown Nashville, there’s “traffic” of a completely different sort. The Metro Nashville District Energy System (DES) includes roughly four miles of trenches and tunnels.
In recent years, the Music City Center and Hyatt Place Nashville Downtown have helped change the Nashville landscape.
Take a Tour of the Tunnels Under Downtown Nashville with Eddie Wisdom, Operations Manager at Metro DES
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