• Team Up to Clean Up

    It's spring cleaning time and NTPC supports community clean-up days. Find out how to participate here!

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  • Need to contact us?

    You can reach our Customer Service Department from any where in the territory by calling  1-855-575-6872.

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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.

  • 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.
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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...

NTPC powering your life in the NWT

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Electricity Rates

Electricity rates charged by NTPC are based on the cost of generating and distributing power, plus the cost of operating and maintaining the electrical system, and the cost of meeting other customer requirements. 

As a regulated utility, NTPC can only charge customers rates that have been approved by the Public Utilities Board (PUB). This process is called a General Rate Application.

For more information about how electricity rates are set and the General Rate Application, visit our Rate Regulation page. 

The current electricity rates can be found here: Current electricity rates in the NWT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Safety

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.