AUC’s electronic filing tool used to manage, search and upload application documents
Rules that set out requirements and processes for all entities under AUC jurisdiction
Full list of all recently issued regulatory documents
Legislation regulating the energy and utility sector
Current electricity and gas rates in Alberta
How the AUC reviews and determines utility rates
Resources for questions and general concerns involving regulated utilities
Answers to common utility related questions
Highlighting a few projects and applications currently being reviewed and considered
General information about creating an account and using the eFiling System
A list of active registered applications being considered
What is involved in reviewing power generation facilities in Alberta
Established process to review applications
Livestream broadcast of AUC hearings
Engage in a consultation
Resources for participating in an AUC hearing process
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Electric, gas, water utilities and renewable power generation
Stories of innovative regulatory solutions for Albertans and happenings at the AUC
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
The AUC works to ensure that Albertans struggling to pay their utility bills, or struggling to have their utilities reconnected, are referred to the right supports to keep their lights on and homes warm over the winter months.
The AUC has a policy in place to ensure that Albertan’s are not disconnected in the coldest periods of the year. Utility companies are not allowed to disconnect residential customers between October 15 and April 15 of each year, or at any time when the temperature will be below zero degrees Celsius in the 24-hour period after the pending disconnection.
The AUC has a new interactive map of all wind and solar facilities throughout Alberta, making it easier for municipalities, landowners and applicants in identifying the locations and proposed locations of all wind and solar generation projects in the province.
The map includes the location of wind and solar projects that are applied-for and under AUC review, approved by the AUC, and currently in service.
The AUC offices will be closed from December 24, 2022, through
January 2, 2023, recommencing regular operations on January 3, 2023. This year, the AUC will pilot a blackout period for the duration of the holiday office closure.