Today's Energy Stats
Where is your electricity coming from?
Delivering clean, affordable energy for Nova Scotians is our mission and commitment. We believe in building a greener future for our province, and that’s why we’ve made our transition to renewable energy a priority.
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By the Numbers
How we're making a difference
34% less carbon since 2005
We're well ahead of our national goal of a 30% reduction by 2030.
18% wind energy
Nova Scotia has one of the highest integrations of wind in North America.
Up to 150 batteries in homes across NS
We're exploring innovative technology like battery storage to help bring more clean energy to the grid.
60% clean energy by 2022
We're on our way to a greener future for our province.
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
Wind Energy On the Rise: An Interview with Amy Campbell
When you talk to Amy about her job, her passion is evident—it’s an energy that’s contagious. As our Wind Portfolio Manager, she oversees the maintenance at our wind farms across the province. We asked Amy to tell us about her job, to reflect on Nova Scotia’s wind energy journey, and to share her perspective on what’s next in our clean energy transition.
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