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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 - Now Full

Registration for the 2014 SaskPower CCS Symposium has now closed and is at full capacity. Thank you for your interest.

 

A Truly Historic Occasion

Grand Opening: October 2nd, 2014 at Boundary Dam Power Station

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Mike Monea of @SaskPowerCCS shows the outstanding work being done on their CCS project. http://t.co/wSd1sZVmyB
September 11, 2014
Coal Association @CoalCanada
U.S. and Canada advancing #CarbonCapture technology at @SaskPowerCCS Boundary Dam power plant and Aquistore project in SK. World class!
September 18, 2014
Bruce A. Heyman @BruceAHeyman
2 #CSS projects finally approaching debut -> @KemperProject in MS & Boundary Dam run by @SaskPowerCCS http://t.co/uLZbcbHLMF @ScienceNews
September 7, 2014
CO2-React @CO2_React
Registration for the 2014 SaskPower CCS Symposium has now closed and is at full capacity. Thank you: http://t.co/L8y1ROEuEI #carboncapture
August 7, 2014
SaskPowerCCS @SaskPowerCCS
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.