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EPCOR has $11.4 billion in assets, and we are actively investing in our existing operations, while seeking opportunities to expand our footprint in Canada and the United States. Here are highlights of our growth in 2019.

​​Southern Bruce Natural Gas Project

After several years of planning, community engagement, and regulatory work, we began construction on a new natural gas distribution system for the Southern Bruce region of Ontario in 2019. For the first time in the region's history, this project will provide residents, farms and businesses with the comforts and convenience of natural gas services. We anticipate bringing the full system in-service by the end of 2021.

​E.L. Smith Solar Plant

We are proposing to build a solar farm at the E.L. Smith Water Treatment Plant in southwest Edmonton to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Edmonton and help to mitigate climate change. The project achieved a major milestone with approval for construction by the Alberta Utilities Commission. We are now working towards completing a zoning application with the City of Edmonton.

​Rio Verde Utilities acquisition

EPCOR USA acquired Rio Verde Utilities, which serves the Rio Verde area northeast of Scottsdale, Arizona. The regulated operations of Rio Verde Utilities includes 2,220 water and 1,876 wastewater service connections along with irrigated water services for five golf courses.

​Brooke Water LLC acquisition

EPCOR USA acquired the assets and water rights of Brooke Water LLC. Located in unincorporated La Paz County, Brooke is located near the Town of Parker along the Colorado River in western Arizona and 45 minutes away from EPCOR's existing service area in Lake Havasu City. Brooke currently serves approximately 2,100 water customers.

​Southwest Edmonton electricity projects

To help keep pace with significant growth in southwest Edmonton, EPCOR completed substantial work on two electricity projects: the Riverview substation, which energized in February 2020; and the Southwest Distribution Project, with feeders connecting into the substation at the end of March 2020.

Submit your questions

We aren't gathering in-person this year for the public AGM — but we're still happy to take your questions, just as we would at the meeting. From April 28 until the end of business day May 1, you can submit questions using the form below. We will strive to address all questions by May 8, 2020, one week after the close of this submission form.

 

The question submission form is now closed.