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 has opened its Emergency Operations Centre in advance of severe weather.
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.
Fewer than 700 customers remained without electricity late this afternoon after intense winds and heavy rains swept through the province for two days.
This morning, Nova Scotia Power crews restored almost half of the fewer than 2,500 customers who remained without power at day break
Nova Scotia Power has restored electricity to over 95 per cent of customers across the province who lost their power due an intense two day wind and rain storm.
Nova Scotia Power has restored power to more than 168,000 customers after a powerful wind and rainstorm hit the province Monday and Tuesday. There are currently fewer than 10,000 customers remaining without power.
Fewer than 12,000 customers are currently without power in Nova Scotia as crews continue to focus efforts in the eastern part of the province and in Cape Breton.
Nova Scotia Power restored electricity to thousands of customers overnight and expects the majority of the more than 175,000 customers who lost their power during a powerful wind and rain storm to be restored by 11 a.m. Thursday.
Nova Scotia Power is making progress restoring electricity to customers across the province after powerful winds and heavy rains swept through the province Monday and continued to cause power outages today.