We’re on track to exceed our goal to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by at least 50% from 2005 levels by 2030. Right now, we’re working on how to make even deeper cuts to GHG emissions – like achieving a net zero future.

We’re exploring a range of low or no emissions power source options, including nuclear power from small modular reactors (SMRs).

Our research shows that power generated from SMRs has the potential to be:

  • Reliable power, available 24/7
  • Cost-effective
  • Clean energy

The Long-Term Supply Plan Draft Summary includes 7 lessons learned during our internal supply planning process and the public engagement process.

Along with the lessons learned, we shared 8 recommendations that will help guide our future. Lesson 4 emphasizes the importance of a diverse supply mix to reduce risk and keep our options open. To get there, 2 actions are identified related to our work on nuclear power.

Read all 7 lessons learned, view the 8 recommendations and learn more at saskpower.com/engage.


Learn more about the development of SMRs in Saskatchewan:

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