Saskatchewan inks deal to extend lives of coal plants

Published 15:57 on November 29, 2016  /  Last updated at 15:57 on November 29, 2016  /  Americas, Canada, Carbon Taxes  /  No Comments

Saskatchewan has agreed a deal with the Canadian government to allow the province to keep one or more of its coal-fired power plants open past a 2030 deadline, though the two parties remain at loggerheads over carbon pricing.

Saskatchewan has agreed a deal with the Canadian government to allow the province to keep one or more of its coal-fired power plants open past a 2030 deadline, though the two parties remain at loggerheads over carbon pricing.

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