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Saskatchewan's capitol resides in Regina.
The governing body of Saskatchewan is known as the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. It is a unicameral body and has 61 members.To qualify for candidacy you must be 18 years of age and a resident of Saskatchewan. The general election of MLA’s (members of the legislative assembly) is held every four years on the last Monday in October unless the provincial election coincides with the federal general election it is moved to the first Monday in April. Sessions are in two parts. A fall session and a spring session. The fall session begins the fourth Wednesday in October and runs for twenty-five sitting days. If the fourth Wednesday coincides with the date of the general election the session begins on the following Thursday. The spring session shall last for 40 sitting days and must be completed by the Thursday before Victoria Day.
Energy efficiency is not a named priority for the current government of Saskatchewan. The issue was hardly mentioned in the 2017 Climate Change Plan.
The Commercial Space & Water Heating Rebate Program offers rebates for natural gas furnaces, boilers, tankless and condensing water heaters, and infrared tube heaters (including ENERGY STAR certified products) in commercial applications. Available exclusively through participating SaskEnergy Commercial & Residential Network Members located across Saskatchewan, the program provides rebates based on the incremental price of energy-efficient equipment.
The Commercial Boiler Program was designed to encourage the use of high-efficiency natural gas hydronic space-heating systems in commercial new construction and retrofits. It provides incentives to help offset the incremental price of a high-efficiency natural gas condensing boiler over the purchase price of a standard-efficiency boiler. Incentives are based upon space-heating, ventilating, domestic hot water load and type of equipment.
Industrial Energy Optimization Program was designed to help industrial facilities systematically identify energy waste and reduce the cost associated with electrical energy use during the production process. It offers personalized support geared at improving the efficiency of process operations, leading to reduced costs and emissions.