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We’ve held many learning events and information sessions as part of the Future Supply Plan — 2030 and Beyond engagement project. If you were unable to attend or you just want to learn more, you can view previous session recordings below:

Future Power Supply Immersion Workshop: Part 1 – Nov. 8, 2023

Join us for part 1 of an online immersive education and exploration workshop on the key technical concepts for future supply planning.

Power Talks: Customer Renewable Programs - Alternatives to Self Generation – Oct. 12, 2023

Join our Customer Solutions team to learn about new renewable offerings we’re considering for residential customers. This session will focus on offerings that allow customers to participate in the renewable market without the hassle and up-front costs associated with installing rooftop solar. We want to hear about what’s important to you and share what we’ve been hearing from Saskatchewan residents so far.

Power Talks: Connecting Power Grids - Imports, Exports and Interties – Oct. 4, 2023

It’s going to take a diverse mix of power supply options to reach net-zero GHG emissions from the power grid. What role could interconnections play in our power future? And just how do we import and export power with neighbouring jurisdictions now? Watch this session to get the scoop on what goes into energy trading, which markets we trade with and how power purchase agreements work.

Power Talks: Power and the Environment - Impacts, Trade-offs and Making Sound Choices – Sept. 26, 2023

When it comes to environmental issues there’s more to consider than just GHG emissions. Watch leaders on our Environment team to learn about other environmental considerations like land footprint, site reclamation, and many more. They’ll also share our environmental approach and highlight some of the key environmental regulations that we follow.

Power Talks: The Business of Power - Cost, Competitiveness and Funding the Clean Energy Transition – Sept. 20, 2023

Reaching net-zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from the grid is critical. But how much will it cost, and how are we going to pay for it? Watch this session to learn about power rates and markets, the historic and current cost of energy, how we fund large-scale projects, and much more!

Power Talks: A Closer Look at Supply Options – May 10, 2023

We’re bringing electricity industry experts and professionals together to share their knowledge and experience in their respective fields. Sessions will cover topics like wind and solar power, hydro power, battery energy storage, carbon capture and storage, nuclear power and compressed air storage. We’ll also talk about efficiency programs, microgrids and interconnections.

Power Talks: Integrating Large-Scale Wind and Solar  May 3, 2023

Utility-scale renewable facilities are critical to achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. So, what does it take to integrate them into the grid? Join us to learn about the benefits of renewables, perspectives on Indigenous opportunities, and how to bring it all together from a planning perspective.

Power Talks: SaskPower’s SMR Nuclear Planning Project – May 2, 2023

Join SaskPower’s small modular reactor (SMR) project team for an online interactive project update. Learn what’s involved in SaskPower’s SMR siting process and how that work is progressing. Plus, you’ll have a chance to submit questions to the project team to learn more about the possibility of nuclear power in Saskatchewan.

Power Talks: Your Top Questions About Nuclear  Apr. 27, 2023

Join us as experts in the nuclear field answer the top questions about nuclear power. Panelists from across Canada will address topics about nuclear waste, safety, SMR technology, costs and more.

How Small-Scale Technology is Evolving – Oct. 18, 2022

Join us as we explore solar panels, wind, electric vehicles, batteries and more! Small-scale distribution energy sources (DERs) like these offer many benefits — but they also come with challenges.

How Our Power Flows – Oct. 5, 2022

Ensuring our province has enough power isn’t always easy! Learn how we manage the power grid to get you the power you need.

Our Power is Changing – Sept. 28, 2022

We’re changing how we power the province. Understand how our province is currently powered and the power supply options we’re considering now and for the future!

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