Our Best Answer: What is the rate stability plan?

We’ve been working hard to stabilize power rates, while at the same time completing the most ambitious transition to renewable energy in Canada.

To provide you with more predictable power rates, we’ve worked with customer representatives to create a 2017-19 Rate Stability Plan. In each of the three years of the plan, residential electricity rates will increase by 1.7%. This increase goes directly towards paying for renewable energy contracts and the fuel used to generate electricity.

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Rate Stability Plan
WhatistheRateStabilityPlan? To provide you with more predictable power rates, we’ve worked with customer representatives to create a 2017-19 RateStabilityPlan. In each of the three years of theplan, residential electricity rates will increase by 1.7%. This increase goes directly towards pa...
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Nova Scotia Power brings forward Rate Stability Plan
Nova Scotia Power announced today that it will not file a General Rate Application for the next three years. The utility is seeking only fuel cost adjustments at less than the projected rate of inflation through to the end of 2019. The details are cont ... HALIFAX – Nova Scotia Power announced...
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Regulatory Initiatives
2019 ACE Plan 2018 ACE Plan 2017 Maritime Link Credit 2017 Fuel Credit 2017 ACE Plan 2016 ACE PlanRateStabilityPlan Demand Side Management 2015 ACE Plan...
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Power rates going down in Nova Scotia
HALIFAX, NS – Power rates in Nova Scotia are going down on January 1. Residential customers will see theirrates reduced by just under 1%, and rates for small businesses will go down by more than 2%. For other customer groups, rates either stay the same as 2015, or go down slightly. “Nova Scotians...
www.nspower.ca/en/home/newsroom/news-releases/power-rates-going-down-in-nova-scotia.aspx
Nova Scotia Power responds to Electricity Review and commits to rate stability
Nova Scotia Power is implementing a four-year plan to minimize changes in rates for customers through to 2019. NS Power has been working hard to stabilize power rates, while at the same time completing the most ambitious transition to renewable energy in ... HALIFAX, NS – Nova Scotia Power is impl...
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Nova Scotia Power: electricity rate stability through 2015
Nova Scotia Power announced today that the company does not plan to file a general rate application this year for higher electricity rates in 2015. The company is also proposing no fuel rate increase for 2015. ... HALIFAX, NS - Nova Scotia Power (TSX: NSI.PR.D) announced today that the company doe...
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Former customers of Nova Scotia Power may apply for Maritime Link Rebate
HALIFAX – 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. If you were a customer of Nova Scotia Power last year, but are no longer, you may...
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NS Power files two-year Rate Stabilization Plan
Nova Scotia Power today applied to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) for approval of a Rate Stabilization Plan requesting rate increases of 3% per year for the next two years. ... HALIFAX: Nova Scotia Power today applied to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) for approval...
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2016 ACE Plan
December 9, 2015 NS Power to UARB 2016 ACE Plan Confidentiality Justification Revised NS Power 2016 ACE Confidentiality Matrix Revi...
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Rate 10 vs. Rate 11 Comparison Calculator
Effective November 1, 2014, commercial customers using between 32,000 and 45,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity per year can choose between the General (Class 11) and Small General (Class 10) tariff. Previously, all customers using more than 32,000 kWh per year were charged under Class 11. Fo...
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