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Regulated vs. Competitive Providers: Alberta’s Rate Options for Electricity and Natural Gas As an Alberta resident or business owner, shopping for a new energy supply is your right, and you should know that you have options as to where to purchase your electricity and natural gas supplies. The two types of Alberta
Park Power is very proud to be a sponsor of the Saffron Centre Consent Event Walk & Fun Run 2017. Happening Saturday May 27, 2017 at Broadmoor Lake in Sherwood Park, this event is an annual fundraiser that supports the Saffron Centre in their mission of working to support the healing
Take advantage of the Government of Alberta Solar Rebates and Energy Efficiency Programs! I encourage you to check out the Energy Efficiency Alberta website as it has been recently updated with an easy interface providing lots of information about all the energy savings programs currently being offered to Albertans. It also a good place
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