We believe renewable is doable.
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You are invited to our next meeting Monday November 21 at 6:30 pm at John M. Cuelenaere Library, 125 12th Street East, Prince Albert.
Green Urban Initiatives from AGM 2016
Let's make it happen! Brenda Wallace, Director Environmental and Corporate Initiatives for Saskatoon shares changes designed to sustain communities; socially, culturally, economically, and environmentally.
- provides the people of Prince Albert and region with information about alternative sources of renewable energy and to promote energy conservation and efficiency.
- encourages residents to become more knowledgeable about climate change, the effect of excessive use of fossil fuels and the need to explore more sustainable energy sources.
- helps the public assess the health and safety risks, economic and environmental impacts of expanded nuclear development, including mining, power generation and waste management.
- urges the local and provincial governments to provide clear and transparent information about nuclear and renewable energy options for this region and province.
Renewable Power – the Intelligent
Choice (RPIC) was established on Mar. 31, 2009 by approximately 50
concerned citizens who met to oppose Bruce Power’s proposal for a
nuclear power plant in Saskatchewan and to voice concern about the
Province’s Uranium Development Partnership.
Over the next nine months, RPIC held 21
meetings and organized or took part in activities ranging from public
rallies, forums, public talks and City Council presentations to
letter-writing campaigns, mall displays, newspaper advertising and
door-to-door pamphlet distribution. RPIC was incorporated as a
non-profit organization in August 2009.
RPIC’s impressive efforts to oppose
nuclear power and raise awareness of sustainable energy formed part of
what Dan Perrins (in his conclusion to the province-wide public
consultation process)described as “The overwhelming response … that
nuclear power should not be a choice for Saskatchewan.” RPIC members
also attended a public session by the Nuclear Waste Management
Organization to oppose the proposed storage of high-level radioactive
waste in Saskatchewan.
After the Province decided to reject the
nuclear power proposal, RPIC happily turned its focus to renewable
energy. In January 2010, RPIC made presentations at the hearings on
Saskatchewan’s energy needs, held by the Standing Committee on Crown and Central Agencies, and published a pamphlet called Renewable Energy – Enormous Potential! as well as “Where can I buy …?” leaflets listing area businesses that sell renewable energy products.
RPIC continues its public awareness and
advocacy efforts through a presence at trade shows, sponsoring guest
speakers, and lobbying local and provincial governments to provide
clear and transparent information about energy options that this region
We invite you to browse our site to learn more about your renewable energy options.