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Georgetown Solar Inc. Georgetown Solar + Energy Storage Project, AUC Decision 27205-D01-2022

Link to Decision Summarized

Solar Power – Facilities


Georgetown Solar Inc. (“Georgetown”) filed applications with the AUC for permission to construct and operate the 230-megawatt Georgetown Solar Power Plant, a 200-megawatt-hour battery energy storage system, and associated Mossleigh 1051S Substation (collectively, the “Project”).

The Project would be located on approximately 547 acres of privately owned agricultural land in Vulcan County. Georgetown will submit separate applications for approval to construct transmission infrastructure to connect the Project to the Alberta Interconnected Electric System.


The AUC approved the applications.

Applicable Legislation

Alberta Utilities Commission Act, SA 2007, c A-37.2 – s. 17.

Conservation and Reclamation Regulation, Alta Reg 115/1993

Hydro and Electric Energy Act, RSA 2000, c H-16 – ss. 11 and 19.

AUC Rule 007: Applications for Power Plants, Substations, Transmission Lines, Industrial System Designations, Hydro Developments and Gas Utility Pipelines

AUC Rule 012: Noise Control

AUC Rule 033: Post-approval Monitoring Requirements for Wind and Solar Power Plant

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