Distributed Energy Association of Saskatchewan

DEAS facilitates energy collaboration between utility, technology and community partners to develop safe, reliable and affordable energy service for all.

Communities

The next ten years are key in creating a more participative and collaborative model for energy service, specifically at the community level. Here’s what the DEAS can offer.

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Utilities

DEAS believes that the next ten years are key in integrating proven and innovative distributed energy technologies into the gas and electric grid networks. Learn how we collaborate with utilities.

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Technology Providers

DEAS believes that the next five years are key in creating a more participative and collaborative model for energy service, at the industrial, community, commercial and residential level.

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FAQs

What can Saskatchewan learn about Distributed Energy policy in other jurisdictions?

There's a world of best practice examples we could mold into a 'made in Saskatchewan' solution.
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News

Diversifying Our Heat and Power Sources will Create Opportunities for All

25-Feb-2021 - Regina SK

The time is right for a new way, a distributed way, a collaborative way, to provide energy service in Saskatchewan.

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Smart Energy Market is Expected to Reach $253.1 Billion by 2027: Says AMR

16-Feb-2021 - Globe Newswire

Rise in investment in smart grid technologies, increase in shift toward efficient energy technologies, and advanced metering infrastructure fuel the growth of the global smart energy market. Based on product, the smart grid segment accounted for the highest market in 2019. Moreover, the market across North America dominated in 2019 and would lead the trail throughout the forecast period.

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Membership

Membership in the Distributed Energy Association of Saskatchewan allows you to become part of the distributed energy movement in Saskatchewan.

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