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  • August 5, 2013

    Spanish-speaking residents and the elderly are being targeted by phone scammers posing as Electric System employees in the Nashville area attempting to solicit payments for false claims.

    The Spanish speaking scammers are calling customers to tell them to make a payment or their service will be disconnected.  Customers are instructed to go to Wal-Mart or local store to purchase a prepaid debit card so payment can be made over the phone.  The scammer then calls the customer back to process the payment.


Welcome to PES!

As Tennessee's oldest municipal electric system, and the first system in the State to receive power from the Tennessee Valley Authority, Pulaski Electric System has a unique and unrivaled history of service. Pulaski, an All-America City in 1993, with its industry-friendly environment and its beautiful country side setting, is located near the I-65 interstate corridor between Nashville, Tennessee and Huntsville, Alabama. The Pulaski / Giles County Economic Development Commission and our Chamber of Commerce will be delighted to provide information regarding the City of Pulaski and Giles County. PES currently serves nearly 15,000 customers and operates over 1,200 miles of electric line throughout Giles County. We provide service to the City of Pulaski and the communities of Ardmore, Elkton, Goodspring, Lynnville, Minor Hill and Prospect.

PES also operates Energize.  This state-of-the-art 100% fiber optic network provides high-speed data, television, and telephone service to residents and businesses in and around Pulaski, Tennessee.

If you are interested in current electric outage information, please check out our outage status map