- As Canada’s largest publicly traded provider of renewable energy, Transalta already has 950 MW of wind power capacity and another 123 MW in development.
- Is implementing state-of-the-art emission reduction technologies at its Centralia power plant to voluntarily reduce mercury emissions by 50 per cent by 2012.
- Following the 2010 Haitian earthquake, TransAlta supported recovery efforts through cash donations and employee and retiree gift-matching.
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