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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.

 

Take The Tour

Experience our virtual tour of the Boundary Dam CCS Project

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With its inauguration in June, we're busy with commissioning at our Carbon Capture Test Facility http://t.co/LosTMBO8bC #carboncapture #ccs
18 hours ago
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SaskPower's Mike Monea on carbon capture and storage http://t.co/LQdoXd9Div via @FinancialReview
May 19, 2015
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From India to Ireland, we've had visitors from all over come see our world's first project: http://t.co/jihviJXZUS #carboncapture #saskccs
May 15, 2015
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Carbon capture and storage is absolutely necessary, highlights @IEA Executive Director http://t.co/CrbMhkQuKk #CCS http://t.co/zxOqjyuGjQ
May 1, 2015
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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.