5 Questions with Yan Wang on the New Chinook Power Station's Grand Opening


After almost 3 years of construction, the new Chinook Power Station’s powered up! We sat down with Yan Wang, Chinook Project Manager, to find [...]

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BD3 Status Update: January 2020

In January, the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facility at Boundary Dam Power Station captured 48,242 tonnes of CO2.

5 Questions with Shawn Schmidt on Why You Should Consider Signing Up for a Free Smart Meter

SaskPower is looking for 2,000 residential and business customers who would like to have a commercial smart meter installed in 2020.

Mythbusted: All Home Heating Costs are the Same, No Matter the Fuel Source

Are all home heating costs the same? Find out what the differences are and how you can save money in this week's SaskPower blog.

5 Questions with Leanne Jarocki About Learning From Our Customers as We Plan the Future Power System

Hitting a target of zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 is one of the things SaskPower is thinking about as we plan the future power system.

BD3 Status Update: December 2019

The Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) facility at Boundary Dam Power Station returned to service on Dec. 7 after its scheduled outage reported in November.

5 Questions on Carbon Tax - UPDATE

UPDATE: The amount being charged for the Federal Carbon Tax is going up Jan. 1.

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