Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Learn more about Saskatoon’s world-class Green Energy Park

The following presentation will be held tomorrow evening in Saskatoon regarding the Green Energy Park:

Saskatoon’s Green Energy Park – Achieving a Diverse and Environmentally Sustainable Energy System Using Local Renewable Energy Supplies
Date: Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Start Time: 7:00 pm
End Time: 8:30 pm
Event Title: Saskatoon’s Green Energy Park – Achieving a Diverse and Environmentally Sustainable Energy System Using Local Renewable Energy Supplies
Location: Cliff Wright Library (1635 McKercher Drive, Saskatoon, SK., Canada)

Description: The City of Saskatoon is developing a world-class energy park at its landfill that has potential to power over 5,000 homes using only local renewable energy supplies, and is expected to achieve an annual reduction in greenhouse gas emissions for the city of over 115,000 tonnes CO2 equivalent. Green energy projects feature renewable power generation technologies using landfill gas, a turboexpander pressure reduction application with SaskEnergy, a tall wind turbine sited on top of the landfill, and other considerations for the future that could include utility-scale solar and heat recovery applications. Come find out more about this exciting project. Event co-sponsored by the Cliff Wright Library and the Saskatchewan Environmental Society. For more information, please contact the Saskatchewan Environmental Society at 306-665-1915.

Kevin Hudson, P. Eng. will be delivering the presentation. Kevin is one of the leading renewable energy engineers in Saskatchewan. The presentation is open to the public.

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