In a world headed towards less carbon-based energy, what do you do with a coal-fired power plant that’s nearing the end of its service life but still has a viable energy distribution network surrounding it?
If you’re the Saskatchewan Legislature, the answer is to start talking transitions and alternatives and one that gets mentioned early is nuclear. — literally. It’s a story that matters in Minot and one that we’ll be following closely on TheMinotVoice as it develops. In the meantime, read the first coverage on the idea from the Estevan Mercury.