Press Releases

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.

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.

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.