Category Archives: Energy Economics

Not so silent screams – Generators in Alberta

I can tell you, sure as the sun will rise tomorrow, that some of the major generators in the province will be calling for changes to the market, to the existing PPA agreements and to the information available through the AESO. Why do I know this? People have told me as much, but it is…
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The Future of Alberta’s Electric System

YouTube Hangout with Kellan Fluckiger - Electricity Market Expert   Deregulation in the Alberta’s power sector started in 1996 (same as in California) with some changes made in 2001 and 2007. The main idea behind this was to allow for competitive forces to pervade the electricity market in a better way to result in better…
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