• Bursary Program Deadline

    February 22, 2016 -- We offer one $1,000 bursary in each community we serve. To learn more click here

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  • PowerWiseNWT.com

    Finding ways to reduce your power bill this winter doesn't need to be complicated. Winter power-saving tips here - PowerWiseNWT
  • Environmental Investment

    21 NWT communities took part in Team Up to Clean Up community clean-up days sponsored by NTPC. 
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  • Clean Energy

    Hydro provides 75 percent of our power. NTPC is working to bring clean renewable energy to the NWT. Click here to see how.

  • New Solar Installation

    An additional array of 82 kw solar panels was installed in Colville Lake earlier this summer. In May, 19% of the community's power was generated by solar -- to learn more click here.
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  • Saving Power, Saves Money

    Visit our new PowerWiseNWT.com section to learn how to be powerwise at home and work. Conserving energy helps you manage your power bill.
  • Supporting Communities

    Fort Smith Fishing Derby was a great success. Read more about how NTPC can support your community.

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  • Net Metering Program

    People are increasingly interested in generating their own power with renewable resources such as solar or wind energy. You can!  Click to read more...

PowerWise your Winter!

Every household can take steps to conserve energy and reduce their power bill. Summer offers us many opportunities to save power because there is warmer weather, longer days and more sunshine.There are lots of tips on how you to trim your bills on our PowerWise pages. For example, choose energy smart light bulbs, and task lighting. Choose energy smart appliances and check the water heater – it may be your largest consumer of energy.


At NTPC, safety is job one. There just isn’t any room for compromise, and we want to keep it that way to protect our employees, contractors and the public. We are participants in the COR Safety program, and have been awarded our Certificate of Compliance. We’ve won national awards for safety on the job.

We’d like to share some electricity safety information to keep you and your family safe in the Northwest Territories! Read up on tips for families, workers and kids in school, at Safety.

Customer Care

NTPC has added new online customer service features to this website. We hope you will take advantage of our new billing and reporting system, and let us know where we can make the experience better for you.

We have also added an Outage report. If the power fails in your area, you can check the status using your hand held device. If the Outage has been reported, you can see the location, whether crews have been dispatched to repair the service and when NTPC expects the power to be restored.