Nova Scotia Power recognizes that reliability of the electrical system is a key contributor to Nova Scotia’s economy and the quality of life of our citizens. We want local insight to help us plan the best way to improve system reliability, because we recognize a cookie-cutter approach won’t work. These are local problems, with local solutions, reflecting local priorities. We've created eight Regional Committees with municipal officials to help us determine priorities for improving system reliability in communities throughout our province. Each Committee meets twice per year.
NS Power will provide the Committees with information and answer any questions on reliability issues, power outages and any other topic relevant to the Committee’s work. Committees will be comprised of municipal officials as selected by local municipal councils, and will be co-chaired by a representative of the municipalities and a representative of Nova Scotia Power.
Committee meetings are open to the public and we invite you to attend.
More information on the operation of these committees, such as membership, upcoming meeting dates and minutes from previous meetings will be posted on this page when available.
|Wednesday, October 16|
|Best Western Glengary, Truro|
|Wednesday, October 23|
|Pictou/Antigonish/Guysborough||Holiday Inn Express, Stellarton|
|Monday, October 28|
|Annapolis Valley Region||Old Orchard Inn, Wolfville|
|Wednesday, November 13|
|Cape Breton Municipality||Hampton Inn by Hilton, 60 Maillard Street, Membertou, Sydney|
|Thursday, November 14|
|Cape Breton - Strait Area Region||Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre|
|Wednesday, November 20|
|South Western Shore||Rodd Grand Yarmouth, 417 Main St, Yarmouth|
|Wednesday, November 27|
|South Shore||Days Inn, Bridgewater|
||Halifax Regional Municipality||City Halifax, 1841 Argyle Street, Halifax|