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AUC inquiry process for Module B
The AUC is holding an inquiry into the ongoing economic, orderly and efficient development of electricity generation in Alberta.
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The inquiry has been separated into two modules (Module A and Module B) to explore the key issues identified in the Alberta government’s order-in-council. Module A, which is being considered in Proceeding 28501, will explore the land impact issues identified in the Alberta government’s order-in-council.
In Module B, the AUC has been directed to consider the impact the increasing growth of renewables has to both generation supply mix and electricity system reliability. The AUC is aware that the Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) is undertaking complementary work relating to system reliability. The AUC intends to take the AESO’s work into account to support the inquiry.
The AUC has commissioned two expert reports as summarized below. The scope of work for each report is set out in detail in a separate letter.
Parties may provide written submissions responding to the expert reports on the AUC’s eFiling System. To provide written submissions for the inquiry, please visit our website and log in to the AUC’s eFiling System, go to Proceeding 28542, and register to participate under the “registered parties” tab. Instructions for how to register an eFiling System account and submit a document can be found in the AUC’s eFiling System basics brochure.
The AUC will not provide funding for participation in Module B of the inquiry given the issues and process outlined in this notice.
The AUC has established the following process schedule for Module B:
Information on how interested Albertans can participate in Module A of the inquiry can be found on the AUC’s website: AUC inquiry into the ongoing economic, orderly and efficient development of electricity generation in Alberta – Module A.
To support an open and transparent process, information you send to the AUC will be publicly available through the AUC’s eFiling System. If there is confidential information you would like to file, a request must be made in advance of filing your submission.
Please contact us at 310-4AUC (310-4282) in Alberta or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or assistance.