• Today's Power
  • Renewables
  • 2020 Forecast
  • 30%

    of Nova Scotia’s electricity is generated from renewable sources

    Where is your energy coming from?

    Wind
    42%
    Wind
    Hydro and Tidal
    7%
    Hydro and Tidal
    Natural Gas and Oil
    8%
    Natural Gas and Oil
    Biomass
    0%
    Biomass
    Solid Fuel
    36%
    Solid Fuel
    Imports
    8%
    Imports

    Last updated: April 19, 2019 - 08:00 AM

    30 Days of Wind Generation

    Maximum available wind (567 MW)

    Updated daily

    Wind is helping us achieve our renewable energy goals, but we can't always count on it. Sometimes it's so windy that it's unsafe to operate the turbines. Other times, it's simply not a windy day.

    PEAK POWER April 19, 2019

    Current Load

    1,222MW

    2,453MW available capacity


    Forecasted Peak

    1,192MW


    Yesterday's Peak

    1,406MW

    Last updated: April 19, 2019

  • 0

    tonnes of CO2 emissions reduced since 2010

    Where we make electricity in Nova Scotia

    There are over 100 renewable energy sites in Nova Scotia.

    Renewable Energy Sites Renewable Energy Sites Renewable Energy Sites Renewable Energy Sites Renewable Energy Sites Renewable Energy Sites
    Wind
    Hydro & Tidal
    Natural Gas & Oil
    Biomass
    Solid Fuel

    Making A Cleaner Megawatt

    Transition to Renewables

    Reducing Emissions

    CO2 reductions since introducing emissions caps in 2010:

    0 tonnes

  • 40%

    of Nova Scotia’s electricity will come from renewable sources

    2020 Forecast

    Wind
    0%
    Wind
    Hydro and Tidal
    0%
    Hydro and Tidal
    Natural Gas and Oil
    0%
    Natural Gas and Oil
    Biomass
    0%
    Biomass
    Solid Fuel
    0%
    Solid Fuel
    Other (Biogas, Solar, etc.)
    0%
    Other (Biogas, Solar, etc.)
    Imports
    0%
    Imports

    Maritime Link

    The Maritime Link will deliver clean, renewable and reliable electricity from Newfoundland and Labrador to Nova Scotia and reduce the use of fossil fuels and exposure to unpredictable oil and solid fuel prices.

    More details on Maritime Link