Renewable power generation project

SaskPower has announced that the company, the First Nations Power Authority (FNPA), and the government of Saskatchewan are working with the Meadow Lake Tribal Council, or MLTC, to develop a renewable power generation project in northern Saskatchewan.
The biomass project, known as the Meadow Lake Bioenergy Centre, will use wood byproducts from the NorSask Forest Products mill near Meadow Lake to generate up to 36MW of renewable, low-emissions power for the province of Saskatchewan. SaskPower and MLTC signed a letter of intent and are now working on mutually agreeable terms for a 25-year power purchase agreement, which is expected to be completed by the end of this year. The project is scheduled to be in service in early 2014.
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