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    REP results

    Click on the tabs below to view results for REP Rounds 1, 2 and 3.

    • REP Round 2

      Background

      REP Round 2 was designed to include an Indigenous equity ownership component to encourage participation by Indigenous communities, create the greatest degree of competition and provide the lowest cost for Albertans.

      Key features of REP Round 2

      • 300 MW procurement target
      • Eligible projects are limited to new or expanded renewable electricity generation projects located in Alberta
      • Projects must be able to connect to the existing distribution or transmission system
      • Projects must be greater than or equal to 5 MW in size
      • Projects must achieve commercial operation by June 30, 2021
      • Eligible fuels must meet Alberta’s definition of renewable energy resources as defined in the Renewable Electricity Act
      • Projects require a minimum 25 per cent Indigenous equity ownership that must be maintained for a minimum of three years following commercial operation of the facility.
      • Eligible Indigenous communities must be located in the Province of Alberta and meet the Government of Alberta’s  definition as one or a combination of the following:
        • First Nation communities, Metis Settlements, Metis Nation of Alberta, and the Aseniwuche Winewak Nation; or
        • 100 per cent Indigenous community-owned organization and/or business
      •  All proposals for renewable energy projects participating in REP Round 2 must be in compliance with the terms and conditions of any previous Government of Alberta funding

      Results

      On December 17, 2018 the Government of Alberta announced the results of REP Rounds 2 and 3. REP Round 2 successfully delivered 363 MW of wind generation at a weighted average bid price of $38.69/MWh. For a summary of results, download our REP Round 2 Infographic

      Five wind projects were selected for REP Round 2.

       

      Proponent

      Project

      MW

      Nearest City/Town

      EDF Renewables Canada Inc.

      Cypress Wind Power Project

      201.6

      Medicine Hat

      Potentia Renewables Inc.

      Stirling Wind Project

      113

      Lethbridge

      Capstone Infrastructure Corporation

      Buffalo Atlee Wind Farm 1

      17.25

      Brooks

      Capstone Infrastructure Corporation

      Buffalo Atlee Wind Farm 2

      13.8

      Brooks

      Capstone Infrastructure Corporation

      Buffalo Atlee Wind Farm 3

      17.25

      Brooks

       

      9 proponents submitted bid prices for 18 projects in the RFP stage of REP Round 2. The proponent names are listed alphabetically below:

      • BER Hand Hills Wind LP
      • BHEC-RES Alberta L.P.
      • Boralex Inc.
      • Capital Power Corporation
      • Capstone Infrastructure Corporation
      • EDF Renewables Canada Inc.
      • Enel Green Power Canada Inc.
      • NextEra Canada Development, LP
      • Potentia Renewables Inc.

      REP Round 2 fairness certification

      REP Round 2 was overseen by an independent, third-party Fairness Advisor to ensure it was administered in a fair and transparent manner, and adhered to all confidentiality requirements, policies and guidelines. To read the Fairness Advisor’s report for REP Round 2, click here

      REP Round 2 competition documents

      Final versions of the REP Round 2 Request for Qualifications, Request for Proposals and Renewable Electricity Support Agreement (RESA) will be posted here in January 2019.

      REP Round 2 information documents

      REP Round 2 timeline

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    • REP Round 3

      Background

      REP Round 3 maintained many of the features that were essential to the success of REP Round 1. This round was designed to create the greatest degree of competition and provide the lowest cost for Albertans.

      Key features of REP Round 3

      • 400 MW procurement target
      • Eligible projects are limited to new or expanded renewable electricity generation projects located in Alberta
      • Projects must be able to connect to the existing distribution or transmission system
      • Projects must be greater than or equal to 5 MW in size
      • Projects must achieve commercial operation by June 30, 2021
      • Eligible fuels must meet Alberta’s definition of renewable energy resources as defined in the Renewable Electricity Act

      Results

      On December 17, 2018 the Government of Alberta announced the results of REP Rounds 2 and 3. REP Round 3 successfully delivered 400 MW of wind generation at a weighted average bid price of $40.14/MWh. For a summary of results, download our REP Round 3 Infographic.

      Three wind projects were selected for REP Round 3.

       

      Proponent

      Project

      MW

      Nearest City/Town

      TransAlta Corporation

      Windrise Wind

      207

      Pincher Creek

      Potentia Renewables Inc.

      Jenner Wind Power Project

      122.4

      Brooks

      Potentia Renewables Inc.

      Jenner Wind Power Project 2

      71.4

      Brooks

       

      8 proponents submitted bid prices for 15 projects in the RFP stage of REP Round 3. The proponent names are listed alphabetically below:

      • BHEC-RES Alberta L.P.
      • Boralex Inc.
      • EDF Renewables Canada Inc.
      • Enterprise Renewables Inc.
      • NextEra Canada Development, LP
      • Pattern Energy Group Holdings 2 LP
      • Potentia Renewables Inc.
      • TransAlta Corporation

       

      REP Round 3 fairness certification

      REP Round 3 was overseen by an independent, third-party Fairness Advisor to ensure it was administered in a fair and transparent manner, and adhered to all confidentiality requirements, policies and guidelines. To read the Fairness Advisor’s report for REP Round 3, click here.

      REP Round 3 competition documents

      Final versions of the REP Round 3 Request for Qualifications, Request for Proposals and Renewable Electricity Support Agreement (RESA) will be posted here in January 2019.

      REP Round 3 information documents

       

      REP Round 3 timeline

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