Enmax Power Corporation 2016-17 Transmission Tariff

Enmax Power Corporation’s 2016-2017 transmission tariff application is in the last stages with final argument due later in August. To date, there have been relatively few issues raised in this written proceeding. Among the more substantive issues raised are the following.

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Epcor Energy 2018-2020 RRO (Non-Energy)

On August 1st, Epcor Energy filed a 2018-2020 RRO tariff application for the non-energy portion of revenue requirement. This application has yet to be tested and will likely not be approved on a final basis for another year. Based on our brief review, the following issues may be contentious:

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2017 AESO Tariff Consultations

On September 19, the AESO published stakeholder comments regarding the scope of a future 2017 tariff application. Most notable is the response from proponents of energy storage.

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MSA 2016 Retail Market Reports

On September 6th, the Market Surveillance Administrator released two “Retail Market Reports” titled Assessment of Inter-jurisdictional Retail Rate Comparisons and Trends in Regulated Retail Electricity and Natural Gas Bills.

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Sale of Crowsnest Pass Electric Utility

On July 5th, FortisAlberta filed an application with the Alberta Utilities Commission for approval to purchase the electric utility assets of the Municipality of the Crowsnest Pass.

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AESO 2016 Tariff Update

On February 2, the AESO filed a 2016 tariff update. The timing and objective of this filing is  consistent with what the AESO communicated in its December 14th stakeholder consultation meeting.

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MSA Complaint Against TransAlta

On July 27, the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) issued Decision 3110-D01-2015, ruling on the Market Surveillance Administrator’s (MSA) allegations that TransAlta engaged in anticompetitive behaviour in the Alberta market.  Specifically, these events relate to outages at TransAlta units in the period between December 2010 and February 2011. The units in question are subject to Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs), which means that different parties (namely, Enmax and Capital Power) are entitled to the output.

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