June 21, 2017
The AUC approved changes to version 1.0 of Rule 024: Rules Respecting Micro-Generation on June 15, 2017. The following documents are related to the release of the revised AUC Rule 024.
Bulletin 2017-06 AUC Rule 024 (version 1.0) AUC responses to stakeholder comments
March 21, 2017
The AUC issued Bulletin 2017-04 to announce the draft version 1.0 of Rule 024: Rules Respecting Micro-Generation and invite interested parties to provide written comments. Participants who wish to provide written comments on the proposed revisions to the rule are encouraged to use the comment table. Written comments are to be addressed to Rose Ferrer and emailed to email@example.com by 4 p.m. on April 13, 2017.
Bulletin 2017-04 Draft version 1.0 of Rule 024: Rules Respecting Micro-Generation AUC proposed changes and comment table
History of the development of Rule 024
On February 1, 2008, the government of Alberta issued the Micro-Generation Regulation. This regulation allows Albertans to generate their own environmentally friendly electricity and receive credit for any power they send into the electrical grid.
The Alberta Utilities Commission has implemented the regulation, and has developed processes to simplify approvals and interconnection agreements between customers and owners of electrical distribution systems. AUC Rule 024 was developed to define the business rules and processes to enable customers interested in micro-generation to connect into the distribution system.
More information for customers interested in installing a micro-generator can be found on the micro-generation page.