Alberta primarily generates electricity from natural gas and coal, with a growing contribution from renewable sources like wind and solar. Natural gas-fired power plants play a significant role in Alberta’s electricity generation due to the province’s abundant natural gas resources. Efforts are being made to transition to cleaner energy sources to reduce the environmental impact of power generation.
Yes, Peace Power is a power company that provides utility services to Beaumont. If you’re looking for Electricity Service in the City of Beaumont please fill out an online registration and we will be happy to support you.
Large home appliances use the most electricity in a home, these include the furnace, hot water tank, air conditioner, oven, clothes dryer, dishwasher, and washing machine. Hot tubs and space heaters can also consume a lot of energy. Visit our blog to learn more about how to lower your household energy use.
In Alberta, you don’t necessarily have to sign a contract with an energy retailer, but it often depends on the specific circumstances. As a consumer, you have the option to choose between a regulated rate provider or a competitive retailer for your electricity and natural gas supply. The regulated rate is a variable rate that changes month to month based on market conditions. Competitive retailers, on the other hand, offer a variety of fixed-rate contracts which could potentially save money if market prices rise. So, while signing a contract isn’t strictly necessary, it could provide price stability over the contract term. Remember to carefully read the terms and conditions before entering into any agreement. View our affordable rates, to get Alberta’s best utility rates and plans.
Yes, Peace Power is a power company that provides utility services to Barrhead. If you’re looking for Electricity Service in the Town of Barrhead please fill out an online registration and we will be happy to support you.
Yes, Peace Power is a power company that provides utility services to Airdrie. If you’re looking for Electricity Service in the City of Airdrie please fill out an online registration and we will be happy to support you.
Your electricity charge consists of two parts:
Your electricity usage is measured by your meter. Your meter number is specific to your meter. The usage charges account for the actual amount of energy you used during the billing timeframe.
Delivery charges are 100% regulated by the government and are solely dependent on where in the province your site is located. Changing providers does not alter your delivery charges as changing providers does not change the distribution network your site is connected to. Visit our blog to learn more about what fees are included in your bill.