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Nova Scotia Power restores vast majority of outages

February 14, 2017

Nova Scotia Power crews and contract crews have made great progress restoring power to customers impacted by the blizzard. To date, electricity has been restored to more than 97% of customers who lost power during a blizzard that first hit the province overnight Sunday.

Nova Scotia Power crews work round the clock to restore power

February 14, 2017

Nova Scotia Power crews and contract crews have been working in extreme weather conditions, restoring power to thousands of customers since the blizzard hit overnight Sunday.

Nova Scotia Power crews working to restore power

February 13, 2017

The severe blizzard continues to move through Nova Scotia, and Nova Scotia Power crews and contract crews are working in extreme weather conditions to assess damage and restore power to our customers.

Nova Scotia Power responds to storm

February 13, 2017

Nova Scotia Power has crews out working to restore power to customers as a severe blizzard makes its way across the province. Crews are dealing with very poor driving conditions – heavy snow and white out conditions – so it will take time to get to sites as the storm progresses today.

Nova Scotia Power Activating Emergency Operations Centre

February 11, 2017

Nova Scotia Power will activate its Emergency Operations Centre Sunday evening in advance of more severe weather forecast for overnight Sunday and through Monday.

Nova Scotia Power Opens Emergency Operations Centre

February 9, 2017

Nova Scotia Power is opening its Emergency Operations Centre this evening in advance of severe weather. The EOC is the nerve centre for restoration planning and response and is staffed with employees representing all aspects of the company.

NS Power work necessitates partial trail closure

January 26, 2017

Nova Scotia Power is carrying out maintenance improvements over the next few weeks on a transmission line in Clayton Park West. The line runs parallel to a popular walking trail so, for everyone’s safety, there will be periodic short term closures of sections of the trail.

NSP conducts investigation into collapse of wind turbine in Grand Etang

January 4, 2017

Nova Scotia Power is investigating the collapse earlier today of a wind turbine it owns and operates in Grand Etang, Inverness County.

Nova Scotia Power Opens Emergency Operations Centre

December 29, 2016

Nova Scotia Power has opened its Emergency Operations Centre in advance of severe weather.

NSP finalizes restoration efforts

October 14, 2016

Nova Scotia Power and contract line crews have restored power to all customers who lost their power due to this week’s storm, except for a few customers who have experienced extenuating circumstances.