Contribute to the Future Supply Plan

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In 2022, we started talking to Saskatchewan people about how the province is powered. That’s because our power system is changing, and we’re in the process of updating our Long-Term Supply Plan.

In Stages 1 and 2 of the process we asked people about their values, priorities and about the power supply options they preferred. And then we used this information to develop scenarios that show what our power system could look like in the future. In Stage 3 we asked for thoughts about four scenarios that define possible pathways to net zero.

We’re now in Stage 4 and we’re asking for public input again.

Our Long-Term Supply Plan is a roadmap. It provides direction for decision-makers to ensure we can continue to provide reliable, sustainable and cost-effective power to 2050. But before we can finalize the 2024 plan, we want to know if you think we’re on the right track.

The heart of the Long-Term Supply Plan is in the lessons we learned and our recommendations for the future. We created these using:

  • Public input from surveys, workshops and other engagement activities
  • Technical findings and assessments from our internal supply planning process

Find the lessons and recommendations in our Long-Term Supply Plan: Draft Summary. And when you’re ready to join the conversation:

Feedback will be collected until Wednesday, April 24 at 2 p.m. (deadline extended).

In 2022, we started talking to Saskatchewan people about how the province is powered. That’s because our power system is changing, and we’re in the process of updating our Long-Term Supply Plan.

In Stages 1 and 2 of the process we asked people about their values, priorities and about the power supply options they preferred. And then we used this information to develop scenarios that show what our power system could look like in the future. In Stage 3 we asked for thoughts about four scenarios that define possible pathways to net zero.

We’re now in Stage 4 and we’re asking for public input again.

Our Long-Term Supply Plan is a roadmap. It provides direction for decision-makers to ensure we can continue to provide reliable, sustainable and cost-effective power to 2050. But before we can finalize the 2024 plan, we want to know if you think we’re on the right track.

The heart of the Long-Term Supply Plan is in the lessons we learned and our recommendations for the future. We created these using:

  • Public input from surveys, workshops and other engagement activities
  • Technical findings and assessments from our internal supply planning process

Find the lessons and recommendations in our Long-Term Supply Plan: Draft Summary. And when you’re ready to join the conversation:

Feedback will be collected until Wednesday, April 24 at 2 p.m. (deadline extended).

Page last updated: 03 Apr 2024, 07:59 AM