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Boundary Dam - The Project The World is Watching

SaskPower is building one of the world's first and largest CCS projects. Boundary Dam will take an aging coal-fired power plant and transform it into a model of environmental sustainability, capable of reducing CO2 emissions by up to 90%.

2014 CCS Symposium Recap

Thanks to all those who attended the 2014 SaskPower CCS Symposium. Imagery, presentations and our recap video found here.

 

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Experience our virtual tour of the Boundary Dam CCS Project

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Accurate article on "The Coal Paradox" and the current business case for carbon sequestration. http://t.co/SkApv2bPDQ via @Slate
9 hours ago
SaskPowerCCS @SaskPowerCCS
One small step for CCS; one giant leap for the Earth (Day 141) http://t.co/9nXoCuEozW
October 14, 2014
IChemE @IChemE
Why do environmental groups support CCS? Chris Smith shares insight from the ENGO Network on CCS: http://t.co/kGBmWL1KuR #climate
October 15, 2014
Global CCS Institute @GlobalCCS
"CCS tech at Boundary Dam will prevent approximately 1000000 tonnes of CO2 from entering atmosphere each year." http://t.co/rRlaDX6bJi
October 16, 2014
Suzy Waldman @SuzanneWaldman
About SaskPower CCS

SaskPower Carbon Capture & Storage Initiatives is comprised of a variety of large-scale CCS projects in Saskatchewan, Canada on behalf of the province's leading power utility.