Where is your energy coming from?
By the Numbers
How we're making a difference
Connecting up to 150 batteries
as part of the Smart Grid Nova Scotia project
Installing 500,000+ Smart Meters
providing Nova Scotians with more convenience, reliability and control
Adding 100+ electric vehicle charging stations
as part of our Fast-Charging Network and Smart Grid Nova Scotia project
Achieved a 35% reduction in carbon emissions
from 2005 levels
Smart Grid Nova Scotia
As we continue to lead Canada in reducing carbon emissions, we need innovative solutions to add more renewables and new energy solutions to our grid.
2020 Integrated Resource Plan
The 2020 Integrated Resource Plan is a strategic guide for how current and future electricity customers may be served. We're planning for our long-term energy future and looking at what changes technology will bring, and what customers want.
We're building a smart energy future for Nova Scotia. Smart meters will deliver enhanced services and put you in control of your energy use.
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
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Challenging. Exciting. Rewarding. Fulfilling. Just a few words that come to mind when power line technicians at NS Power talk about their trade. They are passionate about their jobs, focused on safety and driven by the desire to help people. With more than 31, 800 kilometers of power lines making up our electricity grid in Nova Scotia, there is no shortage of work. The call can come at any time of the day, during any type of weather.
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