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The AUC is opening an inquiry on matters relating to hydrogen blending in natural gas distribution systems.
On March 23, 2022, the government of Alberta issued an order-in-council directing the AUC to inquire into and report to the Minister of Energy on matters relating to hydrogen blending into natural gas distribution systems.
Interested parties intending to participate in this inquiry must register by filing a statement of intent to participate in Proceeding 27256 by April 19, 2022.
To increase efficiency and help reduce regulatory burden, the AUC is introducing a new checklist application template for all own-use power plants in this capability range to provide uniform regulatory requirements, regardless of the intended use of the power plant, while significantly reducing regulatory timelines.
These changes only apply to new power plants and applicants can start to use the new checklist application form for new power plants equal to or greater than one MW or less than 10 MW as of April 25, 2022.