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NS Power originally known as "Nova Scotia Power Inc.," is an electric utility responsible for the distribution of Energy services in Nova Scotia and its surrounding regions in Canada. The company works as a subsidiary of "Emera Incorporated", a publicly traded energy and services company. NS Power does all the work from electricity generation, transmission and distribution.
The company's history dates back to 1919, when the "Nova Scotia Power Commission" was created, which gave birth to many crown corporation electric utilities in the country. In 1974, the commission bought a privately owned company, "Nova Scotia Light and Power Company, Limited" and thus established the Nova Scotia Power
Corporation. In 1984, the company unveiled an energy generation plant at Annapolis Royal and became the 1st company in the world to be engaged in tidal power generation business. In 1992, it became private company as the provincial government sold the company assets. The parent company of NS Power, i.e. Emera Incorporated" had C$7.8 billion in assets and revenues of C$2.1 billion according to December, 2012.
Nova Scotia Power Plants
NS Power or Nova Scotia Power Inc. owns many power generation plants in different parts of the country. Some of them amongst them are Point Tupper Generating Station, Tufts Cove Generating Station, Lingan Generating Station, Trenton Generating Station, etc. The main sources of these power plants are natural gas and coal.