Saskatchewan's largest solar project is now online. (Cole Davenport/CTV News)

Saturn Power has completed Saskatchewan’s first commercial-scale solar energy project.

The project is located east of Swift Current and is capable of generating 10 MW, enough to power 2,500 homes.

“It has been a great privilege for Saturn Power to be able to develop, construct and operate Saskatchewan’s first utility-scale PV solar project,” Saturn Power president and CEO Doug Wagner said in a statement to Global News.

Project partner SaskPower said Highfield is the first of four 10-MW solar power facilities set to be added to the province’s grid in the next two years.

“The commissioning of this facility is a landmark achievement for renewable power in Saskatchewan,” Minister Responsible for SaskPower Don Morgan said in a press release.

“SaskPower is set to exceed its emissions reduction targets, and renewables such as solar are an important part of a balanced approach that will allow our province to achieve net-zero emissions from power production by 2050.”

The project is a part of Saskatchewan’s commitment to add 60 MW of solar power in the coming years.

Clenera has signed a 150-MW 20-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Wolverine Power Supply Cooperative in Michigan

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