Marg McCuaig-Boyd

Marg McCuaig-Boyd

MLA For Dunvegan-Central Peace-Notley

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Marg McCuaig-Boyd is the Minister of Energy, MLA for the Dunvegan-Central Peace-Notley constituency, and lives on a farm in the Fairview area. Full bio here.

 

Spring 2018 - Bill 13: An Act to Secure Alberta’s Energy Future Spring 2018 - Bill 1: The Energy Diversification Act Spring 2017 - Bill 14: An Act to Support Orphan Well Rehabilitation Spring 2017 - Bill 16: An Act to Cap Electricity Rates Fall 2016 - Bill 27: Renewable Electricity Act Fall 2016 - Bill 34: Electric Utilities Amendment Act, 2016
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What Marg McCuaig-Boyd's working on

Spring 2018 - Bill 13: An Act to Secure Alberta’s Energy Future

An Act to Secure Alberta’s Electricity Future will better protect consumers by empowering the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) to penalize electricity and natural gas service providers for breaches of customer service, such as sending out late bills or overcharging consumers. Moving to…

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Spring 2018 - Bill 1: The Energy Diversification Act

The Energy Diversification Act builds on Alberta’s energy strengths with initiatives that will create thousands of jobs, attract billions of dollars in private investment and secure our energy future through diversification and innovation. The government has committed up to $2 billion to leverage…

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Spring 2017 - Bill 14: An Act to Support Orphan Well Rehabilitation

Over half a million wells have been drilled in Alberta since drilling activities began. While over half are still active, there are a huge number of abandoned wells that require reclamation and remediation - approximately 87,000. The Orphan Well Association, an industry-funded group that takes responsibility…

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Spring 2017 - Bill 16: An Act to Cap Electricity Rates

The government committed to fixing Alberta’s broken electricity system. Prior to this government's efforts to restore stability, Alberta had the only fully deregulated electricity market. This market exposed consumers to vicious price swings and was no longer attracting investors.…

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Fall 2016 - Bill 27: Renewable Electricity Act

The Renewable Energy Act and the Renewable Energy Program proposes a competitive and transparent regulatory framework for developing renewable energy. Industry is excited about the potential for investing in Alberta once the new regulatory framework is established. The Alberta New Democrat Caucus is…

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Fall 2016 - Bill 34: Electric Utilities Amendment Act, 2016

The Electric Utilities Amendment Act will help move Alberta's electricity system closer to the systems in place in most of North America. ---- Bill 34 passed third reading in the Legislature on December 31, 2016.    

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