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Saskatchewan Environment Minister John Nilson officially opened the Centennial Wind Power Facility in a recent ceremony.

The project, located 25 kilometers southeast of Swift Current, began as part of Sask- Power’s Green Power Portfolio to provide safe, reliable power in an environmentally responsible and cost-effective way, says Pat Youzwa, president and CEO of SaskPower.

The project is the largest operating wind power facility in Canada, with 83 wind turbines providing 150 MW of electricity.


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