Limited oil release at Tufts Cove Generating Station

Late this afternoon (THURSDAY), Nova Scotia Power’s Tufts Cove Generating Station had a limited oil leak from an exterior pipe at Tufts Cove that runs from onsite storage tanks along the harbour-side of the facility into the plant.

Nova Scotia Power warns of extreme safety risks involved in copper wire thefts

Nova Scotia Power is issuing a harsh warning to anyone taking the risk of stealing copper wire from their equipment – you are putting yourself at risk of severe injury or death by doing so.

Nova Scotia Power warns customers of text message scam

Nova Scotia Power is warning customers about a text message scam that is circulating across the province, where a fraudulent message is delivered claiming that a refund is being issued by the company.

Empowering youth to create a more sustainable Nova Scotia future

The future of the energy industry is looking brighter with Peter Lachlan Greechan, one of 30 Nova Scotia Power scholarship recipients this year, set to study engineering at Dalhousie University this fall.

Nova Scotia Power and Emera unveil province’s first electric vehicle fast-charging network

Nova Scotia Power and Emera gathered with project partners and electric vehicle owners in Elmsdale today to celebrate the “first charge” of Nova Scotia’s new electric vehicle fast-charging network.

Nova Scotia Power set to roll out smart meters following UARB approval

An innovative, interactive and customer-focused energy future is on the horizon for Nova Scotia families and businesses.

Nova Scotia Power investing $1.7 million in upgrades to increase service reliability in Town of Oxford

The Town of Oxford is undergoing upgrades to the power system to strengthen service reliability for customers. Completing this work will reduce the risk of unplanned power outages due to equipment failure, and will provide an alternate power supply for customers in the event of an unplanned outage or future repairs.

Strengthening service reliability in South-End Halifax; Nova Scotia Power replacing utility poles along University Avenue

Nova Scotia Power is replacing aging utility poles on University Avenue in Halifax to ensure service reliability for the QEII Hospital, Dalhousie University, and other nearby customers.

Nova Scotia Power warns customers of text message scam

Nova Scotia Power is warning customers about a text message scam that is circulating across the province, where a fraudulent message is delivered claiming that a refund is being issued by the company.

Wreck Cove marks 40 years of renewable energy

Carved into a granite mountain in Victoria County, south of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park, lies Nova Scotia’s largest hydroelectric plant - Wreck Cove.