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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Your source for AUC news, bulletins and announcements
Electric, gas, water utilities and renewable power generation
Stories of innovative regulatory solutions for Albertans and happenings at the AUC
Approved expenses are disclosed to the public on a bi-monthly basis
In compliance with the Public Sector Compensation Transparency Act the AUC discloses the total compensation paid or amounts entitled to each of its members, and any staff whose total compensation exceeded the threshold amount, for each respective calendar year. The attached file separates total compensation into three categories:
Questions about this list can be directed to Riley Georgsen, communications director, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 403-710-7792.
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In compliance with the Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Act (Whistleblower Act) every chief officer must prepare a report annually on all disclosures that have been made to the designated officer of the department, public entity or office of the legislature for which the chief officer is responsible. For the AUC, the chief officer is Bob Heggie, chief executive.
The annual report must include the following:
There have been no disclosures, investigations and findings of wrongdoing as set out in section 32(1) of the Whistleblower Act for the period April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022.
The AUC is committed to openness and transparency in its processes. Expense statement reports provide travel, meal and hospitality expenses incurred by its Commission members and executive directors on a bi-monthly basis.
Archived expense disclosures