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We’re investing a record $272 million in 2021-22. This will help us replace and improve aging infrastructure.  

Why We’re Doing It

Many of our rural infrastructure is coming to its end of life. To continue to provide you reliable and safe service, this infrastructure needs to be updated or replaced.

We’re investing 62% more over the next 5 years. To make this possible, the Government of Saskatchewan has provided us a $50 million capital stimulus to support system reliability.

Our Progress So Far

In the summer of 2021, we’re rebuilding power lines in:

  • Demaine area
  • Kipling area
  • Melaval area
  • South of Cedoux

These projects will ensure that these areas have reliable power for years to come.

How We’re Doing It

As a landowner nearby, you may have questions. View our frequently asked questions for more information.

Extensive work will get underway in following areas:

  • Lumsden/Odessa Area
    • Upgrades to the safety of the equipment, replace wood poles and upgrade lines while moving them from fields to road allowances.
  • North Battleford Rural Area
    • Upgrades to the safety of the equipment, replace wood poles and upgrade lines while moving them from fields to road allowances.
  • Meadow Lake/Buffalo Narrows Area
    • Upgrades to the safety of the equipment replace wood poles and upgrade lines. We’re also building another power line to support the Meadow Lake area.
  • Melville/Yorkton Area
    • Upgrades to the safety of the equipment, replace wood poles and upgrade lines while moving them from fields to road allowances.
  • Prince Albert Rural Area
    • Upgrades to the safety of the equipment, replace wood poles and upgrade lines while moving them from fields to road allowances.
  • Regina Rural Area
    • Upgrades to the safety of the equipment, replace wood poles and upgrade lines while moving them from fields to road allowances. This includes wildlife protection on equipment.
  • Rosetown/Elrose/Beechy Area
    • Upgrades to the safety of the equipment, replace wood poles and upgrade lines while moving them from fields to road allowances.

Benefits to Local Communities

Customers in these areas will begin to notice improved power reliability. Landowners will also benefit from the power lines being moved from fields to road allowances.

Keeping You Informed

As we make progress on the project, we'll update this page.

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