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In April 2020, the valves were opened, and chilled water began circulating through sections of the new Fifth + Broadway development in downtown Nashville, Tennessee,
With the beginning of Metro's fiscal year, administrative responsibility for the DES has transferred to Metro Water Services.
The Nashville District Energy System (NDES) is committed to serving its customers with needed chilled water, steam and hot water services through this time of COVID-19 related challenges.
The Nashville District Energy System’s distribution system is comprised of direct-buried piping, underground manhole structures and thousands of feet of underground tunnels
Demolition began on the Criminal Justice Center in 2016 for the purpose of constructing a new larger facility on the site.
The Spring Fiscal Year 2019 DES Customer Meeting was held Thursday, May 23 at the Nashville Downtown Partnership.
Serving more than forty major customers with diverse needs and demands NDES provides professional system operation and maintenance and highly-rated customer support and service.
Metro is soliciting proposals from highly qualified respondents that are interested in becoming an Operations Partner and/or Buyer who can deliver a cost effective and efficient district energy system
FVB Energy Inc. (FVB) in response to a 2017 RPF has prepared a report for The Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County
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