With insight from Hatch, Wood PLC and BBA, this week’s feature examines potential challenges in meeting C.O.D. deadlines for new renewables generation in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
It also emphasizes the relevance of Round 1 REP results and how provincial permitting and procurement processes might change given the large influx of renewables expected to come online over the next decade in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
“Those first round results will give developers a more explicit indication of the shape of future rounds and what additional considerations might be included,” reports Alexander Stickler, Global Director of Renewable Power at Hatch.
Project permitting and implementation will be a key topic at the upcoming Alberta & Saskatchewan Renewable Energy Finance Summit on February 5-6 at the Westin Calgary.
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