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  • July 24, 2015

    What was once a mine settling pond is now a vibrant wetland community donated to the Alberta Fish & Game Association Wildlife Trust Fund for everyone to enjoy. The new Beaver Creek Conservation Site is one of many conservation initiatives occurring in the communities where TransAlta operates.

  • July 24, 2015

    On Friday, July 24, TransAlta along with the Alberta Fish & Game Association Wildlife Trust Fund kicked off the official opening of the Beaver Creek Conservation Site with a special event and picnic lunch at the site. Cindy Bearhead, a cultural advisor from the Paul First Nation led a moving Aboriginal blessing ceremony with her son, Karlton, a summer student who works at the Sundance power plant. Cindy shared about the importance of the land for Paul First Nation and how her people and future generations can make use of this site.

  • June 30, 2015

    TransAlta has been awarded $250,000 from Alberta Innovates – Energy & Environment Solutions (AI-EES) to help launch Alberta’s first large-scale commercial energy storage project. As part of a ground-breaking project, TransAlta will use commercial-scale lithium-ion batteries to reduce energy costs for the customer.

Last updated: May 01, 2015