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SaskPower completes 353-MW combined-cycle power project

SaskPower has completed the 353-MW Chinook combined-cycle power project in southwestern Saskatchewan on time and under budget.

With an estimated final cost of C$605 million, the facility was completed C$75 million under budget.

The project has been generating power for customers since mid-November, provincial goverment-owned SaskPower said in a Dec. 6 news release. It is capable of producing enough electricity for 350,000 residential homes.

Construction of the facility started in January 2017.