Nashville, Tenn. – Metro students are only in school for half days this week, but that doesn’t mean they can’t still be learning when they get home.
Recognizing the power of the Internet, Nashville Electric Service (NES) has added an action-packed section to its Web site called Edison’s Kids Korner to increase interaction with younger customers.
Kids Korner delivers engaging and informative “energy edu-tainment.” Using interactive games, puzzles, science experiments, and online coloring books, Kids Korner explores everything from power generation sources to electrical safety, energy efficiency and careers in the utility industry.
Kids can also use the lighting and appliance calculator to compute how many of their favorite toys can be purchased from the money saved by practicing energy conservation.
“We believe it is our responsibility to encourage and educate our children about what we know best, electricity,” says NES President & CEO Decosta Jenkins.
You can find Edison’s Kids Korner with three clicks of the mouse:
- Go to www.nespower.com
- Click on the Kids Korner icon on the homepage
- Have fun!