Connection of a Generator
Before submitting a connection request, it’s important for power producers to understand all technical and operating requirements. The following documents provide the details. Please review before requesting a connection.
Alberta Distributed Generation Interconnection Guide
Meter Data Manager Requirements for Distributed Generators
ATCO Electric Terms and Conditions
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Are you a consultant submitting this application on behalf of a customer?
Consultant Company Name
Consultant First Name:
Consultant Last Name
Prince Edward Island
Contact First Name:
Contact Last Name
Prince Edward Island
Required Service Information
Merchant - Generator will be separately metered for the sole purpose of selling power to the grid
Load offset - Generator will be offsetting load at an existing site
If the site is not an existing site, please submit a new extension application
and reference the generation application.
Site ID is 13 characters in length
Existing Onsite Load (kW)
# of Units
Size of Unit (kW)
Generator Output Voltage:
277/480 VOLT, 3 PHASE, 4 WIRE
2400/4160 VOLT, 3 PHASE, 4 WIRE
347/600 VOLT, 3 PHASE, 4 WIRE
Generator Connection Configuration:
Anticipated Service Life (years):
Date feasibility study is required (minimum one month required):
Date Service is required:
Service Location (Legal Land Description):
The Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) requires all prospective power plant owners who plan to generate electric energy with a power plant capacity less than 1 MW to submit an application to the AUC to become a distributed generator unless the following three conditions are met:
- No person is directly or adversely affected
- The power plant complies with AUC Rule 012: Noise Control
- There is no effect on the environment
Does your project meet these conditions?
Have you submitted an application for generation to the AUC?
Customers must provide the Plot Plan with their application in order for a feasibility study and preliminary estimate to be prepared.
Submitting the following documents is not necessary to receive a feasibility study, however will help avoid delays in developing the preliminary estimate.
Single Line Diagram:
Please include any information about facilities that may not be identified in the plot plan and may affect the design or installation of your service. Please also comment on any known hazards on site or special permissions required to access the site.
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