Cory Cogeneration Station

Built: 2003
Where: Saskatoon, SK
Fuel source: Natural Gas
Power capacity: 249 megawatts (MW)

Facts about the Cory Cogeneration Station 

  • Located at the Nutrien Cory mine site, near Saskatoon.
  • This power station was a 50/50 joint venture with ATCO power.
  • This is a unique facility because it runs mainly in “cogeneration mode”. This means it can make steam and power at the same time. It also can run only in “straight combined-cycle mode”. This means it makes only power, not steam.
  • In total, the plant runs off 2 natural gas-fuelled combustion turbines and generators.
  • Produces only 1/3 of the greenhouse gases that coal-fired stations do.
  • The natural gas fuel’s linked to the TransGas system.
  • The water supply for the plant comes from SaskWater.

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