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Starting January 1, 2017 Alberta’s electricity landscape will begin to undergo some major changes and you may be wondering about these changes and how they will affect you as a consumer. The impact may not be as daunting or a negative as you might think. There are 3 key principles that
As January 1, 2017 approaches and Alberta prepares to enact some major changes to the electricity market here is an update on the Coal Phase Out. The Alberta Government is attempting a made-in-Alberta transition to a stable, reliable and cleaner electricity system, the government plans to phase out all coal pollution
The Alberta electricity system and market is evolving and with these changes coming in you may be asking yourself, "What is the next evolution?" With 4 major announcements coming from the Alberta Government Nov. 22nd, Nov. 23rd, Nov 24th, and Nov 25th Alberta's Electricity Market will undertake a redesign with 3 key
Here is a News Release that came from the Government of Alberta today regarding the use of door-to-door sales tactics for energy products. As Park Power aims to be A Better Choice for Albertan's we have never used door-to-door tactics. Door-to-door energy sales ban will protect consumers November 25, 2016 Media inquiries Starting
Canada's coal-fired electricity phase out plan, announced Nov 21, 2016, will of course have effects on consumers. Will Canadian citizens and businesses be able to handle the increased utility costs? Yes. I would like to give consumers on Canadian (an in particular Albertan) electricity markets some context about our costs for
This was originally posted by Nick Clark of Green Alberta Energy. Click here to view the original. Local Energy retailer joins the fight to end family violence Please allow me to introduce you to Kris Kasawski, founder of Park Power. He represents the future of Alberta's energy business. Someone who cares and is