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NOVA SCOTIA POWER – UPDATE jAN 13, 2018

Good morning,
High winds continue to move through the province today causing some outages throughout Nova Scotia.

We have a full complement of crews and in-province contractor crews helping to restore power safely and as quickly as possible. When winds are gusting above 80 km/h, crews need to pause restoration efforts and stand down.

Customers are encouraged to visit our outage map (outagemap.nspower.ca) for the latest estimated restoration times. They can also call our outage line at 1-877-428-6004.

Safety is our number one priority. If you see a downed wire, please stay away and report it to us at 1-877-428-6004. If you

Jan 6, 2018 NSPC LATEST UPDATE

Good morning,
Nova Scotia Power and contractor crews continue to make steady progress on restoration efforts. We have safely restored power to over 275,000 customers who lost service during the storm and approximately 4,000 customers remain without power. We’re confident that all customer will be restored today.

As teams access outage sites and field-validate what repairs are needed, individual estimated restoration times are being updated. Customers can get those updates by going to the outage map at outagemap.nspower.ca or by calling our outage line at 1-877-428-6004.

To help ensure power is restored as quickly as possible, customers should check for

NSPC UPDATED JAN 4, 2018

Jan 4, 2018 6:31pm
Good evening,

We currently have 89,000 customers without power. The storm so far seems to be progressing as predicted with strong winds now (over 100K gusts) in the western and central parts of the province. Many of our crews in those areas have now had to stand down from a safety perspective until the winds calm down which isn’t expected to happen for at least another 6 hours but those decisions will be made locally as per local conditions.

Current ETR’s for customers are set at 11:30 pm on Sunday. This

NOVA SCOTIA POWER MAKES SIGNIFICANT PROGRESS ON STORM RESTORATION

HALIFAX – Nova Scotia Power and contractor crews are making good progress on restoration efforts in the aftermath of a very powerful storm that brought strong winds yesterday (THURSDAY) and today, causing power disruptions across the province.
“The crews and planning team have done a remarkable job responding to the storm,” said Karen Hutt, President and CEO of Nova Scotia Power. “The forecasted weather has largely played out as anticipated. Because of that we’ve gone into the event with a very good plan that allowed us to have the right resources positioned in the right places, and we are seeing