Nashville, Tenn. – Nashville Electric Service has extended the deadline for its Go Green on the Silver Screen video contest due to the major flooding crisis in Middle Tennessee. There is still time to grab your video camera and tell NES why you need an In-Home Energy Evaluation to help you lower your electric bills and save you money. The videos will be judged by a panel of energy experts, and fans will have a chance to vote for their favorites on YouTube. The grand-prize winner will receive a free In-Home Energy Evaluation and up to $4,500 in home energy improvements provided by E3 INNOVATE. The TVA/NES In-Home Energy Evaluation program provides homeowners with a personalized report of recommended energy-efficiency improvements based on a detailed inspection of their home and offers cash incentives or financing for implementing any recommendations. You can watch an In-Home Evaluation being done at www.youtube.com/NashvilleElectric. There will also be prizes for the second- and third-place winners and the Fan Favorite. The second-place winner will receive a free In-Home Energy Evaluation valued at $150, and the third-place winner will receive a $100 gift card from The Home Depot. The customer whose video is chosen as the Fan Favorite will be awarded a Flip Video camcorder. Videos will be judged based on content and delivery of the message (40 percent), creativity and originality (35 percent), and quality of production (25 percent). The judges will be Jeff Barrie, Sam Davidson, Anne Davis and Tiffany Wilmot. Barrie is the founder of Kilowatt Ours, which empowers communities to improve the environment, health and economy by educating and inspiring people to conserve energy and choose renewable power. Davidson is the co-founder of Cool People Care. Cool People Care exists to motivate and educate people in order to mobilize them to change their world by living a more caring lifestyle. Davis is the First Lady of Nashville and chairwoman of the Mayor’s Advisory Committee on Environment. Wilmot serves as president of Wilmot, Inc. Wilmot Inc. connects environmentally responsible business practices with increased profitability for clients through waste prevention, energy conservation and material reduction. How To Enter Upload your video to www.youtube.com. Download and return the video contest registration form online at www.nespower.com. If your video is approved, it will be posted to the NES YouTube channel, which officially enters it into the contest. Entries are due by 11:59 p.m. CDT on June 11, 2010. Winners will be announced on June 25. Nashville Electric Service is one of the 12 largest public electric utilities in the nation, distributing energy to more than 357,000 customers in Middle Tennessee. E3 INNOVATE is a home performance company in Middle Tennessee that helps homeowners and builders make wise investments in energy efficiency. For more information, visit www.e3innovate.com.