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Saskatchewan: The Unsung Hero of Green Energy?

The oil industry is driving Canada’s first commercial geothermal power project as Saskatchewan pushes on with its 50-percent-renewables goal for 2030

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Senate Energy Committee Visits Western Canada for Low Carbon Economy Study

The Senate of Canada’s committee on Energy, the Environment and Natural Resources recently completed a week-long, fact-finding tour of Western Canada

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Unpacking The Other Prairie Powerhouse

Undervalued and often overlooked, Saskatchewan is a force to be reckoned with in North Americanenergy production. Here's why

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Coal: Saskatchewan’s Other Black Gold

To much of the world, coal is already the fossil fuel of the past. But Saskatchewan isn't giving up on it yet—and it believes burying the evidence might be the answer

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COMMENT: Take Power Decisions To The People

Alberta's Shadow Minister For Electricity And Renewables Says There's A More Reliable Way To Provide Cost-Effective And Reliable Electricity To Albertans

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The World Is On The Cusp Of A Golden Age For Natural Gas

These are the factors that could quicken — or inhibit — the rise of "the fossil fuel of the future"

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Lessons From Ontario: How Not To Run A Power Sector

Alberta can learn from Ontario’s mistakes. For more on electricity generation, see the "Freeze Frame" section in February's Alberta Oil magazine

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