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These news and opinion items are gathered by National Wind Watch to help keep readers informed about developments related to industrial wind energy. They are the products of the organizations or individuals noted and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of National Wind Watch.


October 24, 2018 • Canada, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Ontario, SaskatchewanPrint storyE-mail story

Trudeau imposes carbon tax, with rebates, on four provinces

Justin Trudeau is imposing a carbon tax on provinces that have balked at implementing their own, doubling down on what will be a core fight in Canada’s next election. Trudeau announced a plan Tuesday to tax industrial emitters and fuels in holdout provinces. The fuel surcharge alone will raise about C$2.3 billion ($1.8 billion) in revenue next year, rising to C$5.6 billion by 2022-2023. The baseline price on carbon will be C$20 per metric tonne initially, rising to C$50 by . . . Complete story »


October 23, 2018 • SaskatchewanPrint storyE-mail story

Saskatchewan selects wind farm project

Saskatchewan’s largest wind farm project should be operating by 2021. Environment minister Dustin Duncan, who is also responsible for SaskPower, said last week Potentia Renewables was selected from among 29 candidates to build a 200-megawatt facility just south of Assiniboia. The Gold South wind farm would include up to 60 turbines in the rural municipalities of Lake of the Rivers and Stonehenge. The project has been in the works since 2009, according to the company website, and will be located . . . Complete story »


October 6, 2018 • SaskatchewanPrint storyE-mail story

How-to guide in the works for wind energy projects in Sask.

A how-to guide is being created to help wind and solar energy developers find the path of least resistance to building in Saskatchewan. The World Wildlife Fund is working with the University of Saskatchewan, SaskPower and the First Nations Power Authority to develop an online tool for proponents to identify project locations. Greg Poelzer, a professor from the University of Saskatchewan School of Environment and Sustainability, said the goal is to meet renewable energy targets by helping future projects succeed. . . . Complete story »


September 20, 2018 • Press releases, SaskatchewanPrint storyE-mail story

Government Of Saskatchewan Approves Blue Hill Wind Energy Project

Environment Minister Dustin Duncan has approved a large-scale wind energy project in the province. This is the first large-scale wind energy project approved under The Environmental Assessment Act. Located south of Herbert, the Blue Hill Wind Energy Project will be developed and operated by Algonquin Power Co. (a subsidiary of Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp.) and is expected to include up to 56 wind turbines The turbines will add 177 megawatts of wind energy for SaskPower customers – enough energy . . . Complete story »


September 20, 2018 • SaskatchewanPrint storyE-mail story

Saskatchewan approves new wind energy project with 56 turbines

HERBERT, Sask. – The Saskatchewan government says a large-scale wind energy project has been approved for the province’s southwest as a way to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Blue Hill Wind Energy Project will be located south of Herbert, Sask., and is expected to have 56 wind turbines. Environment Minister Dustin Duncan says the project demonstrates the government’s commitment to renewable energy. Saskatchewan has consistently opposed a federal carbon tax which would put a price on carbon emissions. The province . . . Complete story »


April 5, 2018 • SaskatchewanPrint storyE-mail story

RM of Rocanville holding plebiscite on wind farm

Ratepayers in the RM of Rocanville will be going to the polls on April 5 to vote in a plebiscite on a bylaw that will determine if a wind farm can be built in the RM of Rocanville. The current bylaw limits the height of wind turbines to 100 meters. A proposed bylaw amendment would change the height limit to 200 meters. Nextera Energy, a wind farm developer in discussion with some landowners in the RM of Rocanville for development . . . Complete story »


February 8, 2018 • SaskatchewanPrint storyE-mail story

Wind energy project possible for area; Developer to submit proposal to SaskPower

A Montreal-based renewable energy developer has eyes on establishing a wind energy project in the area, and the question will be whether SaskPower gives their proposal the official nod to move forward. Representatives with the RES Group (Renewable Energy Systems) were at the community hall in Macrorie on Tuesday night, January 30 to speak with residents about their proposal; a 200 mega-watt (MW) wind turbine project to be located primarily within the rural municipalities of Coteau and Fertile Valley, while . . . Complete story »


November 21, 2017 • SaskatchewanPrint storyE-mail story

Open house for proposed RM of Rocanville wind farm

More details were released on a proposal for a wind farm in the RM of Rocanville last week. NextEra Energy is in the very early stages of developing a proposal for a wind farm west of Rocanville, near a high voltage line that carries power to the Tantallon substation. NextEra is the world’s largest producer of power from solar and wind. It operates solar, wind and nuclear power plants across four Canadian provinces and 30 states. David Lawlor of NextEra . . . Complete story »


August 9, 2017 • SaskatchewanPrint storyE-mail story

Lots of questions at wind turbine regulation meeting

There were lots of questions at an RM [rural municapility] of Rocanville public meeting Thursday regarding the regulation of wind farms. The RM held the meeting to gauge public opinion on the bylaw regarding siting of wind farms. With a proposal for a new wind farm in the early stages, two RM residents asked the RM to hold a public meeting to discuss the current bylaw regarding the siting of wind farms. The current bylaw limits the height of wind . . . Complete story »


January 6, 2017 • SaskatchewanPrint storyE-mail story

Wind power project proposed in Blue Hills, Sask.; Algonquin Power tries again after Chaplin plan rejected

Algonquin Power is taking another stab at a wind power project in Saskatchewan, after its original location near Chaplin raised environmental concerns. It’s now eyeing a 177-megawatt wind project in the Blue Hills area of southwest Saskatchewan. The proposed site is between Herbert and Neidpath, east of Swift Current. The provincial government rejected Algonquin’s original Chaplin site near a shorebird habitat. “The location and the size of this project were the concerns that the public raised,” said Environment Minister Scott . . . Complete story »


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