A changing landscape - Nova Scotia Power dismantling 50-year-old power stack

The view of Nova Scotia Power’s Point Tupper Generating Station is about to change, as the company today begins the process of dismantling a 50-year-old, 91-metre tall stack.

One million hours worked safely at Point Tupper

Safety is a way of life at Nova Scotia Power, no matter if you’re working on a power line, in an office, or at a generating station.

Nova Scotia Power seeks approval for continued rate stability

Three-year plan would hold residential increases to 1.5%

Nova Scotia Power reaches 30% renewable energy milestone

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 2018 energy usage.

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.

Osprey Cam takes flight for another year

Nova Scotia Power is excited to once again announce the launch of the Osprey Cam. Each summer, the live webcam gives a bird’s eye view of Ethel and Oscar, a nesting osprey pair in Nova Scotia.

James Eisenhauer rejoins the Nova Scotia Power board

Nova Scotia Power announced today that James Eisenhauer will be returning to NSPI’s Board of Directors in the newly created role of Lead Independent Director.

14th Annual St. Paddy’s Day Bash raises a record $44,000 for local charities

The coordinator of Sydney’s Almost Home Every Women’s Shelter says she was “overwhelmed” by the success and generosity of this year’s St. Paddy’s Day Bash fundraiser organized by Nova Scotia Power employees.

Nova Scotia Power working in Armdale Roundabout to enhance Halifax Peninsula service

Nova Scotia Power contractors will be working in the Armdale Roundabout to increase service capacity and improve system reliability for customers in the surrounding areas.