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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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UK & Canada sign new Joint Statement on #CCS to improve research, knowledge sharing and int'l engagement - http://t.co/lS19WBr8Jr #energy
November 18, 2014
UK in Canada @UKinCanada
#CCS may be an essential element - not just about cost. #IPCC @GlobalCCS @ccsnetworkeu #climatechange #environment http://t.co/KyXfnzIU5x
November 19, 2014
Marko Maver @Marko_Mav
CCS is proven on commercial scale. It now needs rapid and widespread deployment: http://t.co/CyOcIleb0P #carboncapture
November 18, 2014
SaskPowerCCS @SaskPowerCCS
Great talk by Mike Monea @SaskpowerCCS @DECCgovuk abt Boundary Dam. UK-Can #CCS ties strong, growing @premierbradwall http://t.co/s8puTldaQ8
November 17, 2014
Tony Kay @anthonypkay
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.