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.
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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.
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Nova Scotia hosts Catalysts from Indigenous communities across Canada
This week, the 2018 20/20 Catalyst program kicked off at Nova Scotia’s White Point Beach Resort. The program, an initiative of the Indigenous Clean Energy Social Enterprise, welcomes 21 participants, known as ‘Catalysts’, on a three-month journey to obtain new skills, tools and resources to support their Indigenous communities in a cleaner energy future.
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Former customers of Nova Scotia Power may apply for Maritime Link Rebate
Nova Scotia Power is advising former customers that they may be eligible for a rebate based on their 2017 energy usage. The rebate is for certain Maritime Link costs that were included in 2017 power rates.
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Renewable energy on the rise; Nova Scotia Power reaches 29% renewables in 2017
Nova Scotia Power continues to produce real results on the road to a low-carbon, clean energy future, with 29 per cent of electricity in Nova Scotia last year coming from renewable energy resources.
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