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SaskPower


Promising Power Plant Plots Province's Future

The once coal-heavy Canadian province of Saskatchewan wants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from its power generation sector, and a new combined cycle natural gas-fired plant is a key part…


SaskPower Carbon Capture Facility Operating More Reliably

Though it experienced a number of problems in its first year of operation, the SaskPower Boundary Dam Unit 3 carbon capture facility is now operating with a reliability rate of…


SaskPower Admits to Problems at First “Full-Scale” Carbon Capture Project at Boundary Dam Plant

Once again, a first-of-a-kind technology at a coal-fired power plant that is designed to reduce its greenhouse gas footprint has run into design, operational, and cost problems. This time, it’s…


SaskPower's Boundary Dam Carbon Capture Project Wins POWER's Highest Award

Courtesy: SaskPower There was no debate among our editorial team when it came to selecting the most interesting and worthy project worldwide for this year’s top award. Boundary Dam Power…


Canada’s SaskPower Opens Carbon Capture Test Facility

SaskPower, the Saskatchewan provincial utility that made history last year by developing the first full-scale post-combustion carbon capture retrofit for an operating coal-fired power plant, has taken the next step…