Bill 22, the Electricity Statutes Amendment Act, Passes First Reading

The Alberta Legislature introduced Bill 22, the Electricity Statutes (Modernizing Alberta’s Electricity Grid) Amendment Act on April 27, 2022. The acceptance of this bill would make several amendments to the Alberta Utility Commission Act (“AUC Act”), the Electric Utilities Act (“EU Act”), and the Hydro and Electric Energy Act (“HEE Act”) to enable energy storage, encourage more self-supply with export, expand the responsibilities of the Minister of Energy (“the Minister”) and begin winding down the Balancing Pool by redistributing its responsibilities.[1]



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The Commission’s Decision Regarding Calgary District Heating’s Request for Exemptions to the Public Utilities Act

In proceeding 26717, the Alberta Utilities Commission (the Commission) issues its decision concerning Calgary District Heating Inc.’s (CDHI’s) request to be exempt from certain provisions of the Public Utilities Act as it pertains to the Downtown District Energy Centre (DDEC) in Calgary.



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CDHI applies for an Exemption to Sections of the Public Utilities Act

In Proceeding 26717, Calgary District Heating Inc. (CDHI) applies to the Alberta Utilities Commission (the Commission) for an exemption to specific sections of the Public Utilities Act (PUA) regarding the Downtown District Energy Centre (DDEC) in Calgary.



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