Our public consultation program began in November 2016 with our project team reaching out to landowners, occupants, and residents who are directly adjacent to the proposed substation site, as well as other stakeholders.
Consultation is ongoing. If you have questions, concerns or feedback, please contact us using the information at the top of this page.
Once we have received input from the public, EPCOR will submit a facility application to the AUC for approval to construct the new substation. This project requires two regulatory approvals from the AUC: approval of the Alberta Electric System Operator's (AESO) Needs Identification Document (NID), and approval of EPCOR's facility application.
For more information about how you can participate in the process, please visit the
AUC website or see the contact information below.
About the Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO)
The AESO is an independent, not-for-profit organization responsible for the safe, reliable and economic planning and operation of the provincial transmission grid. For more information about why this project is needed, please see the
AESO's Need Overview, or visit
www.aeso.ca. If you have any questions or concerns about the need for this transmission development you may contact the AESO directly or you can make concerns known to an EPCOR representative who will communicate them to the AESO on your behalf.
information about the project need, please contact:
Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO)
You can also make your questions or concerns known to an EPCOR representative who will collect your personal information for the purpose of addressing your questions and/or concerns to the AESO. This process may include disclosure of your personal information to the AESO.
About the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC)
The AUC is an independent, quasi-judicial agency of the province of Alberta. The AUC is responsible to ensure that the delivery of Alberta's utility service takes place in the public interest. The AUC must approve this project before upgrades to the system can begin. For more information about how you can participate in the process, please visit the AUC website.
For more information about the regulatory process and how you can participate, please contact:
Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC)
AUC booklet: Public involvement in a proposed utility development