Powering a green Nova Scotia, together.
Delivering clean, reliable, and affordable energy is our commitment to you. It's why we're working towards 80% clean energy by 2030.
It means that when you plug in your appliances, heat your home using electricity, or switch to an electric vehicle, you’re plugging into a grid that's getting greener over time.
Together, we're building a cleaner, greener future for Nova Scotia.
We work across the province, from Yarmouth to Wreck Cove, and every community in between, to prevent power outages and to continue to strengthen our electrical system—for today, and for the future.
Our customers want a cleaner, greener future for our province—and that's why we've made transitioning to renewable energy a priority.
As we work towards building a smarter grid and piloting new technology, we are on our way to a future that is cleaner, reliable and affordable for all Nova Scotians.
Products for Your Home
Saving energy benefits the earth as a whole by conserving resources and reducing pollution, but it also cushions your personal pocketbook over time. Explore energy efficient products and services that help you waste less energy and cut costs on your monthly bill to save you money.
Invest in the benefits of a heat pump with the help of our network of contractors and easy, on-bill financing.Find a Contractor
Electric Thermal Storage
Pair with our time-of-day rate to store heat overnight when rates are over 40% lower and enjoy comfortable heat throughout the day.Learn More
Staying Storm Ready
Did You Know?
We've reduced carbon emissions by 34% since 2005.
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Crews work through challenging conditions to restore power to customers
January 13, 2022
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Nova Scotia Power continues to respond to the impacts of a winter storm.
TUFTS COVE: OVER FIVE DECADES OF POWER GENERATION
You may know about its rich history and photogenic chimneys, but have you ever wondered what goes on inside the iconic Tufts Cove facility? Plant Manager, Lynne Drover took us on a tour and told us all about its ins and outs of making electricity.
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