2018

October 4 The Prairie Naturalist
Executive Director Allyson Brady talks about the Renewable Rides program. (Begins at ~9:11). Listen now

September 23 CJWW Radio 600
SES Solar Co-operative board member & Radiance Cohousing representative Michael Nemeth speaks about the newly launched Renewable Rides solar array. Read more

September 8 Clark’s Crossing Gazette
SES member David Henry writes about the proposed Fortune Minerals processing plant & associated risks. Read more

September 6 Global News Saskatoon
Executive Director Allyson Brady and Renewable Rides team member Ryan Jansen (SRC) speak about the launch of the 3rd and 4th solar-powered electric vehicles as part of the Renewable Rides program. Read more

September 5 Global News Saskatoon (evening news)
Today marks the launch of the 3rd and 4th solar-powered electric vehicles as part of the Renewable Rides program.

September 5 CJWW Radio 600
Executive Director Allyson Brady speaks about the launch of the 3rd and 4th solar-powered electric vehicles as part of the Renewable Rides program.

August 7 Shaw TV Saskatoon
SES, Saskatoon CarShare Co-operative, Affinity Credit Union, and miEnergy represented Renewable Rides at the 2018 Saskatoon Ex parade. Watch now

July 18 Global Morning News Saskatoon
SES Board Member Peter Prebble talked about wind, solar, and biomass projects in place of carbon capture and storage. Watch now

July 6 Clark’s Crossing Gazette
The proposed Fortune Minerals Saskatchewan Metals Processing Plant near Langham is expected to come before Corman Park council in fall 2018 and a decision is likely before the end of the year. Read more

June 14 Global News Saskatoon
SES Board Member Peter Prebble commented on Husky’s announcement that they are planning to replace the pipeline that leaked into the North Saskatchewan River in 2016. Read more

June 1 Radio-Canada Regina
Dominique Richard, SES Fun Run volunteer, talked about the 2018 Trail Fun Run at Gabriel Dumont Park, a run organized for the community to enjoy Saskatoon’s urban trails, as well as to raise money for SES to be able to continue doing environmental work around the province.

May 13 CBC Saskatchewan Weekend 
SES Executive Director Allyson Brady was on to talk about the newly-launched Renewable Rides program in Saskatoon. This program brings solar-powered electric vehicles to the Saskatoon CarShare Co-operative.

May 8 The Battlefords News Optimist
Smarter Science Better Buildings began at the Western Development Museum in North Battleford last week, as part of a province-wide program. The “energy efficiency in buildings” program for grade 7 students runs through May 25. Read more

April 30 CTV Saskatoon Evening News
Yesterday SES launched Saskatoon’s second 100% solar-powered electric vehicle, west of Broadway Avenue & 11th Street.

April 30 CTV Saskatoon News at Noon
Yesterday SES launched Saskatoon’s second 100% solar-powered electric vehicle, west of Broadway Avenue & 11th Street.

April 27 CBC Saskatoon
Saskatoon Misbah School came up with a project that could save their school thousands of litres of water-use every year as part of SES’s Sustainable Action for a Sustainable Future program. Read more

April 27 CISION
Funding was announced under the Western Diversification Program (WDP) to help develop a smart grid platform to optimize solar power and electric vehicle integration in Saskatoon. Read more

April 13 CFCR
Executive Director Allyson Brady talked about the 2018 Saskatchewan Living Green Expo on CFCR’s From the Ground Up

April 9 CTV Saskatoon News at Noon
SES and Affinity Credit Union representatives were on News at Noon to talk about their collaboration hosting the 4th annual Saskatchewan Living Green Expo.

March 29 Vice News
Peter Prebble talked about how better policy needs to be implemented to prevent another spill in Saskatchewan. Read more

March 27 PA Now
Peter Prebble talked about Husky Oil being charged for its role in the oil spill on the North Saskatchewan River. Read more

March 26 Global News Saskatoon
Peter Prebble talked about Husky Oil being charged for its role in the oil spill on the North Saskatchewan River. Watch/Read more

March 14 CBC Saskatoon Morning Radio
Megan Van Buskirk, Saskatoon CarShare Co-operative Coordinator, talked about the Renewable Rides program and partnership with SES.

March 13 CTV Saskatoon
The Renewable Rides program brings solar-powered electric vehicles to the Saskatoon CarShare Co-operative.

March 13 Global News Saskatoon (online)
The Renewable Rides program, with solar-powered electric cars, is a first for city, province, and country. Read more

March 13 Global News Saskatoon (evening news)
SES and partners announce the Renewable Rides program. It is the first of its kind in Canada: a car-share program, with electric vehicles, powered by 100% solar energy. The first car was launched at Affinity Credit Union in City Park

March 13 CBC Saskatoon (online)
SES and partners announce the Renewable Rides program. It is the first of its kind in Canada: a car-share program, with electric vehicles, powered by 100% solar energy. The first car was launched at Affinity Credit Union in City Park. Read more

March 13 CBC Saskatoon (evening news)
SES and partners announce the Renewable Rides program. It is the first of its kind in Canada: a car-share program, with electric vehicles, powered by 100% solar energy. The first car was launched at Affinity Credit Union in City Park

March 13 CBC French Radio Canada
The announcement of Renewable Rides and the launch of the first solar-powered electric car at Affinity Credit Union in City Park. (French) Read more

March 12 Global News
Peter Prebble, SES board member, weighs in on the carbon capture and storage system at Estevan’s Boundary Dam Power Station. Read more

March 7 Moose Jaw Express
Grade 7 students participate in the Smarter Science Better Buildings program at the Western Development Museum in Moose Jaw which runs through March 9.

February 1 City of Saskatoon
Solar collaboration brings together sustainability efforts in Saskatoon. Read more

February 1 CJWW Radio
Smarter Science Better Buildings (SSBB) begins at the Saskatoon Western Development Museum today. The “energy efficiency in buildings” program for grade 7 students runs through Feb 16.

February 1 Global News Saskatoon
Smarter Science Better Buildings (SSBB) begins at the Saskatoon Western Development Museum. The “energy efficiency in buildings” program for grade 7 students runs through Feb 16.

January 19 Swift Current Online
Peter Prebble, SES board member, comments on the ongoing pipeline debate. Read more