We are more than “Power,” we are the Community!
Established in 1891, Pulaski Electric System is Tennessee’s oldest municipal electric system and the ﬁrst in the state to receive power from the Tennessee Valley Authority. You’ll find us in a sweet spot near I-65 between Nashville, Tennessee, and Huntsville, Alabama. PES currently provides electric power to nearly 15,000 customers in the City of Pulaski and the communities of Ardmore, Elkton, Goodspring, Lynnville, Minor Hill and Prospect. Operating and maintaining over 1,200 miles of electric line throughout Giles County to deliver 99.98% reliability is our top priority. PES Energize is the only 100% fiber to the home network in Giles County providing high-speed internet, television, and telephone service to residents and businesses in the City of Pulaski, and to educational institutions in Giles County. You’ll find PES Energize employees actively involved in community, civic and educational events year-round.
Governor Bill Lee and Stuart McWhorter, Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development (TNECD), announced on Monday, September 12, that the state will award $446,770,282 in grants for the expansion of internet across the state. PES Energize is amongst the...