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Checklists and Resources

We want to make getting power to your home or business a smooth and efficient process for all involved. To minimize any potential delays, contact us prior to beginning construction or early in the construction phase.

Complete our online New Service Connection Form or give us a call at 737-5408 (St. John's)/1-888-491-5066 and a customer service representative will guide you through the process.

If you have inquiries about your service or metering arrangement, our metering standards are available for review.

The following checklists will help to guide you through your connection process:

Easement and Right-of-Way

An easement or right-of-way is an agreement that gives an individual, company or municipality the right to use a landowner’s property. With respect to Newfoundland Power, an easement is a strip of land found directly beneath power lines that provides access to the line and restricts activities that would obstruct access or cause safety concerns. The width of an easement is dependent on the voltage and configuration of the power line. Easements also exist for underground power lines.

Rebates

Did you know that new residential services can qualify for rebates on electronic and programmable thermostats as well as heat recovery ventilator systems?

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