Prebble Report on Renewable Energy and Conservation in Saskatchewan PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 December 2006

Peter PrebblePeter Prebble, MLA for Saskatoon Greystone and Legislative Secretary for Renewable Energy Development and Conservation, presented the first of his two reports to Premier Calvert on December 13th, 2006.

Following extensive consultations throughout North America, Peter Prebble has developed 32 recommendations which range from ideas to encourage business and residents to conserve energy, to suggestions for growing Saskatchewan’s renewable energy generation capacity.

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The recommendations of Prebble's report include:

  • A legislated Renewable Energy and Conservation Portfolio Standard for the electricity sector;
  • Major investments in conservation initiatives, including an expanded EnergyShare conservation program;
  • An important role for large scale wind power;
  • Net metering for small scale producers of green electricity;
  • The promotion of higher building energy efficiency standards; and
  • An expanded role for the Office of Energy Conservation.

In the 2005 Speech from the Throne, the Premier and your provincial government members committed that by the third decade of this century, one-third of the energy needs of Saskatchewan people will be met by renewable sources, and Saskatchewan will lead the country in energy conservation practices. It is time to work towards meeting that pledge.

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