Energy Rates

To purchase energy from Blue Mountain Power Co-op members have two options:

 

Option 1 - Energy Contract Rate

You can choose to sign up for Blue Mountain Power’s Energy Contract.

Blue Mountain Power will be offering a new contract to become effective February 1, 2020.  Details and pricing will be available in the near future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Utilities Consumer Advocate

You have options!

For information about the electric industry and your choices when choosing a retailer, visit the Utilities Consumer Advocate (UCA) at their website, or call toll free 310-4822.

Blue Mountain Power Co-op is your wire service provider but you do have a choice in who supplies your energy.

Retailers registered within Blue Mountain Power Co-op include Blue Mountain Power, Alta Gas and Epcor Energy.

Option 2 - Regulated Rate Option (RRO)

Should you not choose to sign up for an energy contract, you will be automatically enrolled for the Regulated Rate Option (RRO).  This is the default rate which will fluctuate monthly with market prices.

Blue Mountain Power administers an RRO service on behalf of Blue Mountain Power Co-op Wires Division.

December 2019 RRO Rate

The regulated rate for Blue Mountain Power is $0.075 per KWh.

Blue Mountain Power Historical RRO Rates

Month/

Year

RRO

Rate

Subsidy

Rate

Billing

Rate

 

BMPC

Province

MSA

Nov/2019

$0.0885

($.0205)

$.068

Oct/2019

$.079

($.00947

$.06953

Sep/2019

$.0874

($.01869)

$.06871

Aug/2019

$.1005

($.0325)

$.068

Jul/2019

$.1014

($.03026)

$.07114

Jun/2019

$.0752

($.00648)

$.06872

May/2019

$.0753

($.00477)

$.07053

Apr/2019

$.0701

($.0021)

$.068

Mar/2019

$.0825

$.000

$.0825

Feb/2019

$.0911

($.01008)

$.08102

Jan/2019

$.0912

($.01654)

$.07466

Market Surveillance Administrator

The Market Surveillance Administrator (MSA) is an independent body created under the Electric Utilities Act to help ensure the fair, efficient and openly competitive operation of Alberta's electricity markets. The Code of Conduct Regulation governs aspects of the retail electricity market, including the conduct of owners of electric distribution systems and affiliated retailers.

Any person who feels that a contravention of this Regulation has occurred may submit a complaint to the MSA, by following the process set out in section 51 of the Act. Copies of this Act and Regulation may be obtained through the Queen's Printer Alberta. The MSA can be reached by telephone at (403) 705-3181. For additional information with regard to the MSA, please visit their website.