Building a century of experience
With its beginnings in Alberta over 100 years ago, TransAlta’s operations now stretch across Canada and are a part of everyday life for many people.
While we invest in energy technologies that advance the responsible use of our resources, coal will continue to be part of our energy mix. Our commitment to repositioning coal continues as we decommission our oldest coal plants in Alberta and commission Keephills 3, North America’s newest and cleanest coal plant.
We have natural gas facilities in Alberta and Ontario with plans to develop a 700 MW natural gas plant at our Sundance, Alberta facility, allowing us to accelerate the retirement of our older coal-fired units.
With our emphasis on renewable sources of energy, we operate hydro sites in Alberta and Ontario, and have recently expanded our hydro capacity in British Columbia with the 19 MW Bone Creek facility.
TransAlta is also Canada’s largest producer of wind energy with sites in Alberta, Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick. We will continue to expand development into this fuel source.
Ontario Energy Board Notice regarding TransAlta’s Application for Determination of Preliminary Issues in Complaint regarding Daily Contract Quantity (DCQ) Obligation Interpretation
TransAlta Corporation, TransAlta Generation Partnership and TransAlta Cogeneration L.P. (TransAlta) have filed a Complaint with the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) against Union Gas Limited (Union) regarding the interpretation of Daily Contract Quantity (DCQ) in the standard form T1/T2 Contract and the alternative dispute resolution requirements applicable to contracts for transportation services.
TransAlta has requested that the Board make a preliminary determination on three issues, and the Board has agreed to hear this application in an Oral Hearing that will be held on April 7, 2015. Pursuant to the OEB’s notice requirements, a copy of the Notice of Application, and Procedural Order 1 is attached, together with a copy of TransAlta’s Application. TransAlta also attaches a letter dated January 30, 2015 from the Board, which clarifies that the hearing that was originally scheduled for March 17, 2015 has been rescheduled to April 7, 2015.
If parties wish to have a paper copy of TransAlta’s application, they can contact Sandra Ward at TransAlta at 403-267-3622 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- TransAlta QuickFacts Brochure
- Ontario Energy Board – TransAlta Application for Electricity Retailer Licence
- Commission de l’énergie de l’Ontario – Requête de TransAlta en vue d’obtenir un permis de détaillant d’électricité
- TransAlta Letter re: DCQ application amendment, March 23, 2015
- Service of Amendment to Requested Relief and Board Response