Figures released Friday show just how much senior figures at Nova Scotia Power and parent company Emera are making in salaries and benefits.
The companies released the figures ahead of their annual shareholders' meeting, which is scheduled for May 17 in Toronto.
The documents show that Emera president and CEO Chris Huskilson made $4.3 million in 2015. That figure includes a base salary of $875,000, along with stock options, pension and other benefits. Huskilson's total income is $300,000 lower than it was in 2014, when he collected $4.6 million.
Emera's chief financial officer, Scott Balfour, earned a total of $1.7 million, and chief corporate development officer Nancy Tower's total compensation package was $1.6 million.
The president and CEO of Nova Scotia Power, Robert Hanf, earned a salary of just under $400,00 last year. His shares and other compensation brought his total income to $1.3 million.