SaskPower to Build Wood Scrap Burning Power Plant in Meadow Lake

From left to right: Minister of Trade & Export Development Jeremy Harrison, Makwa Sahgaiehcan FN Chief Ronald Mitsuing, Meadow Lake Tribal Chief Richard Ben, Flying Dust First Nation Chief Jeremy Norman, SaskPower President and CEO Mike Marsh, and Sylvia Bekkattla. Photo courtesy SaskPower.

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The First Nations-owned Meadow Lake Tribal Council Bioenergy Centre will soon be the new home of a Saskatchewan energy first. 

The First Nations-owned Meadow Lake Tribal Council Bioenergy Centre will soon be able to generate carbon-neutral power using sawmill residuals, or leftover sawdust and wood pieces. Last week, SaskPower and Meadow Lake Tribal Council signed a Power Purchase Agreement for up to eight megawatts of biomass power. 

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Source: Discover Moose Jaw

 

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