Province seeks input on new energy regulator


Province seeks input on new energy regulator

Province seeks input on new energy regulator

 

Alberta Energy is seeking input on the new energy regulator created by the Responsible Energy Development Act. Public consultation sessions are being held in 18 communities around the province. They started yesterday. The official media release is here: http://www.gov.ab.ca/acn/201302/33676D9589382-F6E0-918B-3525D0EF57D1DD31.html From there you can find links to the schedule, the online survey, session registration, etc.

We’ll have more to say about this next week, but in the meantime here are a few links to relevant background and analysis:

Single Regulator or Franken-Child? (page 7)

ELC Comments on Bill 2 – Responsible Energy Development Act

Single energy regulator bill a poor deal for Alberta’s environment

And, from Ablawg: http://ablawg.ca/category/responsible-energy-development-act/

 

 


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