Meeting Saskatchewan’s 50% Renewable and 40% Emissions Targets by 2030

Ballroom May 10, 2017 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm

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Saskatchewan’s principal electric utility, SaskPower, is targeting a greenhouse gas emissions reduction of 40% below 2005 levels and renewable electricity generation capacity of up to 50% in the province by 2030. The province is currently procuring its first utility-scale solar facility (10MW) and is engaging with the public and stakeholders on customer- and community-based self-generation programs.

Attend this session moderated by Chad Eggerman, Partner, Co-Lead Projects Group, Miller Thomson LLP with Raman Mall, Senior Engineer, Supply Planning and Integration, SaskPower to hear what opportunities these targets will create for solar electricity in Saskatchewan.

By attending this session, participants will gain an understanding of the province’s current supply plan, solar electricity procurements and policy developments related to customer self-generation.

Download the presentation from this session here.