- This symbol represents a single blade from a wind turbine (most modern wind turbines have three blades), which are designed to "catch" wind currents that drive the rotation of the wind turbine.
- The dual triangles are a reference to symbols used in meteorology and weather forecasting, known as wind barbs. A single triangle represents a wind speed of 50 knots (90 kilometres per hour). In the logo, there is a symbolic representation of a 100 knot (strong) wind speed.
When combined, the outermost edges of the two triangles also form the image of a powerbolt - a commonly associated symbol of electricity.
- The parallel line gap between to the two primary symbols of the wind barbs and the turbine blade represents the province of Saskatchewan and its people.