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Forty Mile Granlea Wind GP Inc. Application for an Order Permitting the Sharing of Records Not Available to the Public Regarding the Forty Mile Wind Power Project, Phase One, AUC Decision 28666-D01-2023

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Wind Power – Markets

Application

Forty Mile Granlea Wind GP Inc. (“Forty Mile”) applied pursuant to s 3 of the Fair, Efficient and Open Competition Regulation (“FEOCR”), seeking permission to share records not available to the public regarding the Forty Mile Wind Power Project, Phase One consisting of 30 5-megawatt (“MW”) and 15 5.2-MW wind turbines, for a total generating capability of 202 MW. Forty Mile applied to share records between Forty Mile, Forty Mile Granlea Wind Limited Partnership and URICA Energy Real Time Ltd.

Decision

The AUC was satisfied that Forty Mile had demonstrated that: (i) the sharing of records was reasonably necessary for Forty Mile to carry out its business; and (ii) the subject records would not be used for any purpose that did not support the fair, efficient and openly competitive operation of the Alberta electricity market. The AUC was also satisfied that the total offer control of the parties would not exceed the offer control limit of 30 percent under s 5(5) of the FEOCR. The AUC approved the application.

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