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Paying Your Bill

 

Paying Your Bill

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Pay Your Bill
Payment Type Details Fee At a Bank, by Telephone or via Internet Banking Major banks and credit unions accept payments on behalf of Nova Scotia Power online, via telephone, at ATMs, and in-person. Payments are processed within 2-4 days for online and telephone, or 8-1...
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E-Pay
Payments are processed within two business days. How to sign up Log in or sign up to MyAccount . Select Billing and Payments. Go to the Payment section and select “View & Add Payment Accounts”. Add your bank account information to your profile –agree to the Pre-Authorized Payment terms by click...
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Billing and Payments
{"Pay Your Bill"} Pay Your Bill Find many convenient options for payment your power billHow to Read Your Bill Have a question about your bill? Our how-to guide can help. Power Rates See the various classes of electricity rates. {"Demand Billing"...
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How to Read Your Demand Bill
[/site/media/Parent/Sample-Bill-January-2014-Demand.jpg] Account Numbers Account numbers are assigned with each new account. Your account remains the same even when the address changes for the account. Please Pay By The date and amount of the total payment due. This amount includes current charges...
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How to Read Your Bill
{"MockBill2016updated"} Account Numbers Account numbers are assigned with each new account. Your account remains the same even when the address changes for the account. Please Pay By The date and amount of the total payment due. This amount includes ....
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Consider Equal Billing
The monthly paymentis based on the past year of energy use at your address. If you’ve just moved in, it won’t take into account your power use habits. However, many things that won’t change have a big impact on power use, such as: Size and age of the home Number of electric appliances Level of in...
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For Students
MyAccount Are you looking for online services? Learn more about MyAccount and how to sign up to conveniently manage your account online. MyAccount offers the following features: View and pay your bill online Confirm the date and amount of your last payment View your billing and payment history for...
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My Account
quick links Log in to MyAccount Request a connection or disconnection Pay your bill ABoUT MY ACCOUNT Learn more about howMyAccount makes it easier than ever to manage your account(s) online. SELF-SERVICE OPTI...
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Heat Pump Financing
If you’re renovating your home, or building a new one, you can pay for a heat pump through easy, on-bill financing options (on approved credit and using one of our participating contractors) STEP ONE: Get estimates Choose from our list of participating contractors to obtain quotes. We recommend ge...
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Important Information
The following informationis found on the back of the printed paper bill. Rates and Regulations: The rates and regulations for selling power are approved by the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board. Complete copies of our Rates and Regulations are available...
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