The AUC’s electronic filing tool used to manage, search and upload application documents
Rules that set out requirements and processes for all entities under the AUC’s jurisdiction
Full list of all recently issued regulatory documents
Legislation regulating the energy and utilities 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
Stories of innovative regulatory solutions for Albertans and happenings at the Alberta Utilities Commission
The AUC was created on April 17, 1915 as the Board of Public Utility Commissioners which was renamed the Public Utility Commission, then became the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board before becoming the Alberta Utilities Commission in 2008. Over the course of 105 years of service, the AUC and its predecessors have had a rich history of protecting the public interest in Alberta, including the regulation of everything from electricity and natural gas to telephone lines, railway tariffs, milk, ambulance services and apple imports from British Columbia. Today, the focus of the AUC mandate is on regulating the electricity and natural gas sectors to protect social, economic and environmental interests of Alberta where competitive market forces do not.
The commission began its operations amid uncertainty and turmoil. Now in 2020, as we face the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic and an unprecedented time of uncertainty, it is of utmost importance that we continue our mission to ensure the safe and reliable delivery of Alberta’s utility services. Through our strong history of public service and through the resilience of our province, we will tackle today’s challenges together and continue to deliver innovative regulatory solutions for Alberta. See the AUC Chair’s April 17th update on the impact of COVID-19.
Take a journey through our history while browsing through the Alberta Utilities Commission’s 100 years of service to Alberta 1915-2015 interactive book and click through some defining moments.