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The eFiling System is an electronic filing tool used to access, manage, search and upload documents

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The AUC sets regulated utility rates to ensure customers receive safe and reliable service at just and reasonable rates

Decisions and notices

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Recently issued decisions, notices, approvals and filtered lists of recent facility and water decisions are available on our website. The full listing of regulatory documents should be accessed through the eFiling System

News, announcements & bulletins

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AUC updates to Rule 007

The AUC has updated Rule 007: Applications for Power Plants, Substations, Transmission Lines, Industrial System Designations, Hydro Developments and Gas Utility Pipelines to align with the Alberta government’s Electricity Statutes (Modernizing Alberta’s Electricity Grid) Amendment Act and the amended Hydro and Electric Energy Regulation. The updated Rule 007 is effective March 28, 2024.

The updated Rule 007 and associated new application forms can be found on the Rule 007 related information page. The blackline version of Rule 007 can be found here.

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Amendments to Rule 027

The AUC recently approved amendments to Rule 027Specified Penalties for Contravention of Reliability Standards, effective on December 17, 2023.

The AUC determined that the change to Rule 027 was administrative in nature and did not require further consultation.

All materials related to Rule 027, including a blackline version of the changes, can be found on the Consultations page.

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AUC releases inquiry Module A report as provincial electricity system policy changes unfold

The AUC’s report for Module A of our renewables inquiry was released today the latest in a series of recent developments centred on government policy changes around Alberta’s electricity system.

The report, delivered to Minister of Affordability and Utilities Nathan Neudorf in January, provides summaries of submissions and observations related to development on specific types or classes of agricultural or environmental land, the impact of power plant development on Alberta’s pristine viewscapes, reclamation security requirements for power plants, development on Crown lands, and the role of municipal governments in the development and review of power plant applications.

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