Energy Regulation Quarterly (ERQ) is published by the Canadian Gas Association (CGA) to create a better understanding of energy regulatory issues and trends in Canada. It provides a forum for debate and discussion on issues surrounding the regulated energy industries in Canada including decisions of regulatory tribunals, related legislative and policy actions and initiatives and actions by regulated companies and stakeholders. ERQ is intended to be balanced in its treatment of the issues. Authors are drawn from a roster of individuals with diverse backgrounds who are acknowledged leaders in the field of regulated energy industries and whose contributions to the ERQ will express their independent views on the issues.
The Canadian Energy Tracker Portal (Tracker) is an initiative of the Canadian Gas Association (CGA), with the support of the Canadian Electricity Association (CEA), to develop a central point of access to decisions issued by Canadian energy regulators.
The Tracker provides a unique on-line, searchable database of decisions to the public and professionals working in the regulated energy utilities industry.
The Tracker gives an access to wide range of energy regulatory decisions made by federal, provincial and territorial energy boards, commissions and tribunals responsible for the economic regulation of natural gas distribution and other utilities across Canada.
Concentric Energy Advisor – AUTHORIZED RETURN ON EQUITY FOR CANADIAN AND U.S. GAS AND ELECTRIC UTILITIES
This newsletter summarizes authorized returns on common equity (ROEs) and common equity ratios for Canadian gas and electric distributors, Canadian electric transmission companies, U.S. gas and electric distributors, and select bond yields. Read more
Concentric Energy Advisor – STIMULATING INNOVATION ON BEHALF OF CANADA’S ELECTRICITY AND NATURAL GAS CONSUMERS
This paper examines the roles that Canada’s utilities and regulators can play to promote innovation. It offers a framework to consider the roles for government, utilities, and other private-sector entities in innovation. Read more