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Alberta’s independent utilities regulator
The eFiling System is an electronic filing tool used to access, manage, search and upload documents
The AUC sets regulated utility rates to ensure customers receive safe and reliable service at just and reasonable rates
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
In 2022 the AUC continued to change and adapt to find improvements to our work and become an increasingly effective and efficient regulator.
The AUC will continue to deliver under its three key strategic plan pillars and further increase efficiency and process improvements in 2023.
The government of Alberta recently implemented a temporary price cap for Regulated Rate Option (RRO) electricity consumers, to limit their exposure to high electricity bills during the winter months.
The winter price cap limits the amount per kilowatt-hour that RRO providers can charge consumers, with the difference to be paid back by RRO users over a 21-month period. The policy is intended to ensure RRO pricing is affordable through the heavy-use winter months.
The AUC is continuing the consultation process for potential changes to certain provisions of Rule 012: Noise Control to streamline and improve regulatory and adjudicative processes.
Stakeholder feedback for the next round of discussion questions is required by February 17, 2023.