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  • The utilities sector added 0.28%, as Emera increased C$0. 13 to C$21. 71.

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  • Nova Scotia's Emera, of which I am chairman, is the holding company of Nova Scotia Power, the once-stodgy Crown corporation that was privatised in 1992.

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  • Last October Emera became the first Canadian company to purchase an American utility when it acquired Bangor Hydro of Bangor, Maine.

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  • Emera has transformed itself into a billion-dollar diversified energy company that, in addition to supplying power to Nova Scotians, has a significant share of the fuel oil business in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, owns 8.4 per cent of Sable Offshore Energy, and 12.5 per cent of the Maritimes and Northeast natural gas pipeline that stretches 1,000 kilometres from the coast of Nova Scotia to the outskirts of Boston.

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  • But he said Emera - a publicly-traded company that owns Nova Scotia Power as well as utilities in New Brunswick and New England - has existing capacity to export power from Nova Scotia as well as a ready market.

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  • Nova Scotia would keep some older coal plants running, while increasing its reliance on renewables, energy efficiency, and power from the planned Lower Churchill hydro project being pursued by Emera Inc. and Newfoundland's Nalcor Energy Corp.

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  • If you're seeking even higher yields, you could look into dividend-paying common shares such as BCE, Fortis, Emera, Enbridge, Telus or the big banks, Ms. Bebee says.

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  • Nova Scotia would keep some older coal plants running, while increasing its reliance on renewables, energy efficiency, and power from the planned Lower Churchill hydro project being pursued by Emera Inc. and Newfoundland's Nalcor Energy Corp.

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  • "While Emera offers strong long-term growth potential given its investments in renewable generation, transmission, and distribution in New England and Maritimes, our lower earnings outlook suggests little upside in short term," he commented.

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  • Ms. Dunderdale's predecessor, Danny Williams, announced the deal between Nalcor and Nova Scotia-based Emera Inc. a year ago with great fanfare.

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