Increasing Micro-Generation in Alberta: A Step in the Right Direction

Alberta brought legislation into force in 2009 to encourage micro-generation in the Province. The Micro-Generation Regulation (the “Regulation”) encourages Alberta customers to use renewable or alternative sources of energy to generate their own electricity by (i) reducing the administrative burden and interconnection costs to those customers; and (ii) permitting those customers to be compensated through… Read More

Designing Alberta’s New Electricity Capacity Market: Work Begins but Much to be Done

Earlier this month, we attended the Alberta Electric System Operator’s (AESO’s) first stakeholder engagement session in Calgary on the design of Alberta’s forthcoming capacity market. As we wrote about in Alberta to Cap Electricity Rates and Bring in a Capacity Market, the provincial government first announced the introduction of a capacity market in November. Stakeholders… Read More