Government Directions

From time to time, the BC government, through an Order in Council or ministerial order, will require the BC Utilities Commission (BCUC) to take certain actions or approve certain applications filed by regulated entities. At the same time, the BC government may also direct the regulated entity make certain applications to the BCUC.

The following list includes all BC government Orders in Council and ministerial orders to the BCUC and regulated entities. Here you will find a description of the matter and links to related documents.

  • Exemption: A BC government approval exempting certain companies from regulation under the Utilities Commission Act
  • Direction: A BC government direction to a regulated entity to apply to the BCUC for approval of specific requests or to the BCUC to approve a regulated entity’s request made pursuant to a BC government direction
  • Inquiry: A BC government direction regarding matters the BCUC must inquire into by way of a public hearing
  • Regulation: A BC government regulation or order in execution of a power conferred under an Act, or under the authority of the Lieutenant Governor in Council

EntityYearCategoryDescriptionCorresponding DocumentsProceeding Page (if applicable)
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2020 Direction The BC government by OIC 159 directed the BCUC to approve certain BC Hydro requests in respect of rates due to the COVID-19 emergency. OIC 159 – Direction to the BCUC Respecting COVID-19 Relief (April 2, 2020)

BC Utilities Commission 2019 Inquiry The BC government by OIC 254 requested the BCUC to launch an inquiry into gasoline and diesel prices in BC. Specifically, the inquiry investigated the factors influencing fuel prices since 2015 and price differences among BC and other jurisdictions in Canada, both retail and wholesale, as well as the mechanisms the BC government could use to moderate price fluctuations and increases. OIC 254 - BCUC Inquiry Respecting Gasoline and Diesel Prices in BC (May 21, 2019)

BCUC Final Report (August 30, 2019)

British Columbia Utilities Commission An Inquiry into Gasoline and Diesel Prices in British Columbia
Pingston Power Inc. 2017 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by MO M148 exempted Pingston Power Inc. from the requirements of Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act except for sections 25, 38, 42 and 43 for its transmission and interconnection facilities used to deliver electricity from the Fosthall Creek Hydro Project to BC Hydro. MO M148 – Exemption for Pingston Power Inc. (March 30, 2017)

BCUC Order G-51-17 (March 31, 2017)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

BC Utilities Commission 2020 Other The BC government by OIC 123 designated the BCUC as the administrator of the Fuel Price Transparency Act (FPTA), which requires companies in BC to report information and data on their activities in the BC gasoline and diesel fuel market to the BCUC. OIC 123 – BCUC appointed administrator of FPTA (March 9, 2020)

Fuel Price Transparency Act
Electric Vehicle Charging Service Providers 2019 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by Ministerial Order M104 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person not otherwise a public utility from Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act with respect to the sale, delivery or provision of electricity for EV charging services, except for sections 25 and 38 relating to safety only. MO M104 – A class of cases exemption for EV Charging Service Providers (March 18, 2019)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

British Columbia Utilities Commission Inquiry into the Regulation of Electric Vehicle Charging Service
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 512 directed the BCUC to issue an order to BC Hydro amending Rate Schedules 1823 (Transmission Service Step Rate), 1825 (Transmission Service Time of Use Rate), 1827 (Transmission Service – Rate for Exempt Customers), and 1852 (Transmission Service Modified Demand) respecting transmission service to Liquefied Natural Gas Customers. OIC 512 – Direction Respecting Liquified Natural Gas Customers (October 2, 2018)

BCUC Order G-198-18 (October 12, 2018)

Port Alice Gas Inc. 2017 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by Ministerial Order M044 exempted Port Alice Gas Inc. from Section 3 of the Utilities Commission Act, except for sections 25, 38, 42, 43 and 44, in respect of its operation of the propane air grid assets and sale of propane in the Village of Port Alice. MO M044 – Exemption for Port Alice Gas Inc. (February 8, 2017)

BCUC Order G-21-17 (February 22, 2017)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

Cal-Gas Inc. 2017 Other The BC government by OIC 528 consented to the amalgamation of Cal-Gas Inc., 2028093 Alberta Ltd. and Canwest Propane ULC, into one company named Cal-Gas Inc. OIC 528 – Cal-Gas Inc. Amalgamation Consent Order (December 12, 2017)

BCUC Order G-182-17 (December 13, 2017)

Ravens Landing Industrial Park Ltd. 2020 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, tThe BC government by MO M143 exempted Ravens Landing Industrial Park Ltd. from section 71 and Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act (UCA), except for sections 25, 38, 41, 42, and 44 , in respect of its provision of electricity within the Strata Park to occupants who are not its lessees. All Any occupants of Strata Park are is also exempt from section 71 of the UCA. MO M143 - Exemption for Ravens Landing Industrial Park Ltd. (May 5, 2020)

BCUC Order G-108-20 (May 6, 2020)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

Ravens Landing Industrial Park Ltd. Application for an Exemption from Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act
FortisBC Inc. 2019 Exemption The BC government by MO M407 exempted from Section 71 of the Utilities Commission Act (UCA) Powerex and persons with whom it enters into an energy supply contract for the delivery of power services to Powerex. Certain sections of the Capacity and Energy Purchase and Sale Agreement between FortisBC Inc. and Powerex Corporation are exempt from regulation under the UCA. BCUC Order E-19-19 (October 24, 2019)

MO M407 – Exemption for Powerex Corporation (December 3, 2004)

BC Hydro and Power Authority 2019 Regulation The BC Government by MO M303 exempted BC Hydro and Conifex Power Limited Partnership from section 71 of the Utilities Commission Act in respect of an amendment to their energy supply contract dated June 11, 2011 allowing Conifex Power to produce up to 50 percent of the electricity supplied to BC Hydro using natural gas. MO M303 – Conifex Power Exemption Regulation (September 11, 2019)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

BC Hydro and Power Authority 2019 Regulation The BC Government by MO M317 exempted BC Hydro and quA-ymn Solar Limited Partnership from section 71 of the Utilities Commission Act in respect of an energy supply contract under which electricity generated at a solar facility located on the Highland Valley Copper Mine site is sold to BC Hydro. MO M317 - quA-ymn Solar Limited Partnership Exemption Regulation (September 23, 2019)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

BC Hydro and Power Authority 2018 Regulation The BC Government by MO M277 amended the Transmission Upgrade Exemption Regulation by adding an exemption from Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act to BC Hydro in respect of the construction or operation of a plant or system, or their upgrade or extension, to provide service to an LNG facility or a facility required for the construction of an LNG facility in the vicinity of the District of Kitimat. MO M277 - Amendment to Transmission Upgrade Exemption Regulation (July 13, 2018)

Transmission Upgrade Exemption Regulation (Consolidated version)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

Powell River Energy Inc. and Brookfield Power Serv 2017 Regulation The BC Government by MO M039 exempted Powell River Energy Inc. (PREI) and Brookfield Power Services Inc. from the requirements of Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act except for sections 25, 38, 42, and 43 in respect of the power facilities and from Part 3 and Section 71 of the Utilities Commission Act in respect of the power purchase agreement and the sale of surplus power to certain entities . This exemption regulation also exempts Catalyst Paper Corporation from Section 71 of the UCA in respect of its power purchase agreement with PREI. MO M039 - PREI Exemption Regulation (January 27, 2017)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

QCS ECA 0927 Development Ltd. 2017 The BC Government by MO M055 amended a definition in the QCS Exemption Regulation. MO M055 – Amendment to QCS Exemption Regulation (February 16, 2017)

QCS Exemption Regulation (Consolidated version)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

Powell River Energy Inc. 2017 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC Government by MO M036 exempted Powell River Energy Inc. from the requirements of Section 71 of the Utilities Commission Act allowing it to sell surplus power to PRELP and any Wholesale Customer, as well as exempted the power facilities from the requirements of Part 3 of the UCA except for sections 25, 38, 42 and 43. MO M036 - Exemption for Powell River Energy Inc. (January 27, 2017)

BCUC Order G-17-17 (February 7, 2017)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

Powell River Energy Inc. Application for Exemption to Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act
Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District 2019 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by MO M173 exempted the Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District from the requirements of Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act, except for section 22, in respect of its construction and operation of equipment at its NorthShore wastewater treatment plant that recovers heat energy from treated effluent, as well as the sale of this energy to the Lonsdale Energy Corporation, a district energy utility located in the City of North Vancouver. MO M173 – Exemption for the Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District (May 13, 2019)

BCUC Order G-105-19 (May 15, 2019)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

The Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District Application for an Exemption from Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act
BC Hydro and Power Authority Customers 2018 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by MO M368 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt from Section 71 and Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act, except Section 25, 38, 41 and 42, BC Hydro customers that resell electricity, where the lessor provides electricity only to the lessee at a price not exceeding that at which BC Hydro would have otherwise sold the electricity to the lessee, where the lease period is greater than five years and if the electricity is not resold to or used by others. The lessee is also exempted from the requirements of Section 71 of the Utilities Commission Act. MO M368 - A Class of Cases Exemption for British Columbia Hydro and Power Customers that Resell Electricity under Certain Lease Arrangements (September 13, 2018)

BCUC Order G-177-18 (September 24, 2018)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

Class Exemption for BC Hydro Customers that Resell Electricity Under Certain Lease Arrangements
Ridley Terminals Inc. 2020 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by MO M031 exempted Ridley Terminals Inc. from the requirements of Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act except for sections 25, 38, 42 and 43 for its transmission and interconnection facilities used to deliver BC Hydro’s electricity to Ridley Island LPG. MO M031 – Exemption for Ridley Terminal Inc. (Feb. 11, 2020)

BCUC Order G-22-20 (February 18, 2020)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

Ridley Terminals Inc. Application for an Exemption from Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act
Apollo Forest Products Ltd. 2020 Regulation The BC government by MO M076 amended the Apollo Forest Products Ltd. exemption regulation. MO M076 – Amendment to Apollo Forest Products Ltd. Exemption Regulation (March 19, 2020)

Apollo Forest Products Ltd. Exemption Regulation (Consolidated version)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

NorthRiver Midstream Operations LP and NorthRiver 2019 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by MO M211 exempted NorthRiver Midstream Operations LP (as owner) and NorthRiver Midstream Operations GP Inc. (as operator) from the requirements of Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act in respect of the transmission and processing of natural gas for others as it relates to a list of exempted facilities. MO M211 - Exemption for NorthRiver Midstream Operations LP and NorthRiver Midstream Operations GP (June 17, 2019)

BCUC Order G-134-19 (June 19, 2019)

Utilities Commission Act (UCA)

NorthRiver Midstream Operations LP (NRLP) and NorthRiver Midstream Operations GP Inc. (NRGP) Application for an Exemption Pursuant to Section 88(3) of the Utilities Commission Act
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2019 Direction The BC government by OIC 051 repealed certain sections of Direction to the BCUC respecting the Iskut Extension Project and Special Direction No. 9 to the BCUC, repealed Directions Nos. 1, 3, 6 and 7 to the BCUC and made Direction No. 8 to the BCUC in respect of BC Hydro’s rates for fiscal years F2020 and F2021. OIC 051 – Direction No. 8 to the BCUC (February 14, 2019)

BC Hydro and Power Authority 2019 Regulation The BC government by OIC 052 amended the Standing Offer Program Regulation by adding a section in respect of a prescribed circumstance in relation to BC Hydro’s Standing Offer Program. OIC 052 – Amendment to the Standing Offer Program Regulation (February 14, 2019)

Standing Offer Program Regulation (Consolidated version)

BC Utilities Commission 2019 Inquiry The BC government by OIC 108 requested the BCUC to launch an Inquiry to advise the government on the appropriate nature and scope of regulation of indigenous utilities. Specifically, the inquiry needed to investigate the defining characteristics of indigenous utilities and determine whether they ought to be regulated under the Utilities Commission Act, a different mechanism, or remain unregulated, amongst other issues. The BC government by OIC 559 amended OIC 108 in respect of the date by which the final report must be submitted to the BC government. OIC 108 – BCUC Inquiry Respecting the Regulation of Indigenous Utilities (March 11, 2019)

OIC 559- Amendment to OIC 108 respecting the date to issue the final report (October 31, 2019)

Indigenous Utilities Regulation Interim Report (December 31, 2019)

Indigenous Utilities Regulation Inquiry Final Report (April 30, 2020)

British Columbia Utilities Commission Indigenous Utilities Regulation Inquiry
BC Utilities Commission 2019 Inquiry The BC Government by OIC 470 amended OIC 254 and directed the BCUC to establish a 30-day comment period on the final report on the Gasoline and Diesel Prices in BC and issue a supplementary report summarizing those comments. OIC 470 – Amendment to OIC 254 respecting a comment period on the final report and the submission of a supplementary report summarizing those comments (September 6, 2019)

BCUC Supplementary Report (November 12, 2019)

British Columbia Utilities Commission An Inquiry into Gasoline and Diesel Prices in British Columbia
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2019 Direction The BC government by OIC 158 exempted applicable biomass contracts with BC Hydro from section 71(1)(b) or (3) of the Utilities Commission Act and directed the BCUC to set as the rate the rate schedule that was attached to the OIC as Appendix 1 within 10 days of receiving an application from BC Hydro. OIC 158 – Direction to the BCUC Respecting the Biomass Energy Program (April 1, 2019

BCUC Order G-87-19 (April 24, 2019)

Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation by adding a section respecting electrification as a prescribed undertaking. OIC 101 – Amendment to Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 1, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

FortisBC Energy Inc. 2017 Direction The BC government by OIC 162 amended Direction No. 5 to the BCUC in respect of FortisBC Energy Inc. (FEI)’s Rate Schedule 46 - Liquified Natural Gas Sales, Dispensing and Transportation Service (LNG Rate Schedule). Direction No. 5 directed the BCUC to approve FEI’s LNG Rate Schedule and to accept for filing under section 71 of the Utilities Commission Act an agreement between FortisBC Energy Vancouver Island (FEVI) and FEI to be set as the rate for FEVI. OIC 162 – Amendments to Direction No. 5 to BCUC (March 21, 2017)

Direction No. 5 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-65-17 (May 4, 2017)
BC Utilities Commission 2017 Inquiry The BC government by OIC 244 requested the BCUC to launch an inquiry into the BC Hydro Site C Project. Specifically, the BCUC was directed to advise on the implications of: 1) completing the Site C project by 2024, as planned; 2) suspending the Site C project while maintaining the option to resume construction until 2024; and 3) terminating construction and remediating the site. The BCUC was also directed to investigate whether the Site C project was on time and within the proposed budget and whether alternative portfolios of commercially feasible generating projects and demand-side management initiatives could provide similar benefits to ratepayers at similar or lower unit energy cost as the Site C project. OIC 244 –BCUC Inquiry Respecting Site C

BCUC Final Report to the Government of British Columbia (November 1, 2017)

Site C Final Report Errata (November 15, 2017)

Site C Final Report Errata (November 16, 2017)

Site C Inquiry
BC Utilities Commission 2020 Other The BC government by MO M086 suspended every mandatory limitation or time period pertaining to a civil or family action, proceeding, claim or appeal in the Provincial Court, Supreme Court, or Court of Appeal and ordered that all authorities with statutory power may waive, suspend, or extend a mandatory time period relating to that power until such time as the state of emergency made March 18, 2020 pursuant to the Emergency Program Act expires or is cancelled. MO M086– Limitation Periods (COVID-19) Order (March 26, 2020)

BC Utilities Commission 2020 Other The BC government by MO M098 repealed and replaced the Limitation Periods (COVID-19) Order made by MO 086. With the exception of mandatory time limitation or time period established under the Builders Lien Act, every mandatory limitation or time period pertaining to a civil or family action, proceeding, claim or appeal in the Provincial Court, Supreme Court, or Court of Appeal is suspended and all authorities with statutory power may waive, suspend, or extend a mandatory time period relating to that power until such time as the state of emergency made March 18, 2020 pursuant to the Emergency Program Act expires or is cancelled MO M098 – Limitation Periods (COVID-19) Order No. 2 (April 8, 2020)

BC Utilities Commission 2020 Other The BC Government by MO 85 ordered that a public body may disclose personal information inside or outside of Canada in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act through the use of third-party tools and applications subject to certain conditions, such as the tools or applications support public health recommendations or requirements related to minimizing transmission of COVID-19 (e.g., social distancing, working from home, etc.). A public body must not disclose information unless the head of the public body is satisfied that the third-party application is reasonably secure and all reasonable efforts are made to remove personal information from the third-party application as soon as is operationally reasonable. MO M085 – Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (March 26, 2020)

Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC Government by MO M138 amended the Demand-Side Measures Regulation. The amendments do not apply to the application for acceptance, under section 44.2 of the Utilities Commission Act, of the demand-side management expenditure schedule included in the revenue requirement application submitted by the BC Hydro to the BCUC on July 28, 2016. MO 138 – Amendment to Demand-Side Measures Regulation (March 22, 2017)

Demand-Side Measures Regulation (Consolidated version)

BC Hydro and Power Authority 2017 Direction The BC Government by OIC 100 directed the BCUC to allow BC Hydro to defer to the DSM regulatory account amounts equal to costs incurred to implement an undertaking within a class defined in section 4(3)(a), (b), (c) or (d) of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation. OIC 100 – Direction to the BCUC Respecting Undertaking Costs (March 1, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority F2020 to F2021 Revenue Requirements Application
Public Utilities 2020 Regulation The BC government by OIC 339 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation by adding a prescribed undertaking related to electric vehicle charging stations. OIC 339 – Amendment to Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (June 22, 2020)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

FortisBC Inc. Rate Design and Rates for Electric Vehicle Direct Current Fast Charging Service Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2020 Direction The BC government by OIC 117 directed ICBC to apply to the BCUC for specified amendments to the Basic insurance tariff, which provide new insurance products for taxi operators, effective May 1, 2020. Taxi operators will be able to choose to either continue using the current per-vehicle rating model or use a combined per-vehicle and per-kilometre model for determining their Basic insurance premiums. The per-kilometre model is used by ride-hailing and vehicle-sharing service providers. OIC 117 – Direction to ICBC Respecting Modernizing Passenger Transportation Services Tariff Amendments for taxis (March 5, 2020)

BCUC Order G-51-20 (March 16, 2020)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) Modernizing Passenger Transportation Services Tariff Amendments for Taxis Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2020 Regulation The BC government by OIC 118 amended the Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation and the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations. OIC 118 - Amendment to the Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation and the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations (March 5, 2020)

Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation (Consolidated version)

Motor Vehicle Act Regulations (Consolidated version)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2020 Direction The BC Government by OIC 119 directed the BCUC to approve ICBC’s application made in accordance with OIC 117 respecting changes to rates in connection with the modernization of passenger transportation services. OIC 119 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (March 5, 2020)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-51-20 (March 16, 2020)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) Modernizing Passenger Transportation Services Tariff Amendments for Taxis Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2020 Regulation The BC government by OIC 120 amended the Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation. OIC 120 – Amendment to the Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation (March 5, 2020)

Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation (Consolidated version)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2020 Direction The BC government by OIC 047 amended Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC in respect of ICBC’s Basic insurance rates for the 2020 policy year and directed the BCUC to approve a 0 percent rate change for Basic insurance effective April 1, 2020, among other things. OIC 047 - Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (February 6, 2020)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-21-20 (February 14, 2020)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2019 Direction The BC government by OIC 222 directed the ICBC to apply to the BCUC for certain specified rate amendments consequential to the ICBC 2018 Basic Insurance Rate Design Application. OIC 222 – Direction to ICBC Respecting Rate Design Update Tariff Amendments (May 10, 2019)

Order G-109-19 (May 22, 2019)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2019 Direction The BC government by OIC 226 directed the BCUC to approve ICBC’s application made in accordance with OIC 222. OIC 226 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (May 10, 2019)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

Order G-109-19 (May 22, 2019)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC Government by OIC 066 directed ICBC to file with the BCUC a letter detailing implementation of possible legislative changes to restore the current management Minimum Capital Test (MCT) target of 145 percent. OIC 066 – Direction to ICBC Respecting a Plan to Restore the Current Management MCT Target of 145 Percent (February 26, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 67 amended Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC in respect of rates for the 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 policy years. In particular, it suspended the BCUC’s requirement to set ICBC’s rates to achieve and maintain a Basic capital level of at least 100% of the Basic Minimum Capital Test for those years. OIC 067 - Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (February 26, 2018)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-21-20 (February 14, 2020)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 456 amended Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC to require ICBC to apply for a general rate change order by December 15 of each year for ICBC’s Basic Insurance rates to be effective April 1 of the next year. OIC 456 also directed that the general rate change for 2017 policy year would be in effect until March 2019, amongst other amendments. OIC 456 - Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (August 9, 2018)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-165-18 (August 31, 2018)

BCUC Order G-192-19 (August 19, 2019)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2019 Revenue Requirements Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 457 directed ICBC to apply to the BCUC for a general rate change by December 15, 2018 for rates for the 2019 policy year. OIC 457 – Direction to ICBC Respecting the Timing of the Next General Rate Change Application (August 9, 2018)

BCUC Order G-165-18 (August 31, 2018)

BCUC Order G-192-19 (August 19, 2019)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2019 Revenue Requirements Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 458 directed ICBC to apply to the BCUC for specified Basic insurance rate design changes to improve fairness in BC’s insurance system such that lower-risk drivers are recognized for their safe driving behaviors and higher-risk driver pay more for their fair share. In addition, the new rate design is designed to be revenue-neutral and will not increase or reduce the overall amount of Basic premiums ICBC needs to collect. OIC 458 – Direction to ICBC Respecting Rate Design Tariff Amendments (August 9, 2018)

BCUC Order G-188-18 (September 28, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Basic Insurance Rate Design Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 459 amended Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC to require that the BCUC regulate and fix rates using the factors, criteria and guidelines set out in OIC 458. OIC 459 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (August 9, 2018)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-188-18 (September 28, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Basic Insurance Rate Design Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Regulation The BC government by OIC 460 amended the Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation, effective September 19, 2019 by adding a section in respect of premiums triggered by accidents involving unlisted drivers, amongst other amendments. OIC 460 – Amendment to Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation (August 9, 2018)

Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation (Consolidated version)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Regulation The BC Government by OIC 595 amended certain sections of the Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation effective November 9, 2018 and others effective April 1, 2019, and established the Minor Injury Regulation, effective April 1, 2019. OIC 595 – Amendments to Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation and Establishment of Minor Injury Regulation (November 9, 2018)

Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation (Consolidated version)

Minor Injury Regulation (Consolidated version)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 723 amended Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC to require that the BCUC fix rates that allow ICBC to pay for the vehicle licensing, driver licensing and other services costs under the agreement entitled “Service Agreement Addendum Changes in Costs and Services to March 31, 2018” between ICBC and the government dated November 2018. OIC 723 also directed the BCUC to fix rates that allow ICBC to make payments under the agreements entitled “Traffic and Road Safety Law Enforcement Funding Memorandum of Understanding” and “Extension and Amendment to Traffic and Road Safety Law Enforcement Funding Memorandum of Understanding” between ICBC and the government dated April 1, 2017 and November 1, 2018, respectively. OIC 723 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (December 10, 2018)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-192-19 and Decision (August 19, 2019)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 171 amended Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC to require that the BCUC fix rates that allow ICBC to make payments under the agreement entitled “Extension and Amendment to Traffic and Road Safety Law Enforcement Funding Memorandum of Understanding” between ICBC and the government dated April 1, 2018. OIC 171 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (April 13, 2018)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-165-18 (August 31, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 084 directed that ICBC will work with the government to implement the Rate Affordability Action Plan (RAAP) to return ICBC to stable financial footing and increase affordability of insurance rates. The RAAP project includes initiatives in the following four areas: product reform, rate design, road safety, and cost effectiveness. To do so, OIC 084 directed ICBC to fund costs associated with the Rate Affordability Action Plan (RAAP) entirely from Optional insurance and to not seek recovery of any portion of these Optional-funded RAAP costs in Basic insurance rates. OIC 084 – Direction to ICBC Respecting Funding Rate Affordability Action Plan from Optional Insurance (March 5, 2018)

BCUC Order G-192-19 (August 19, 2019).

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC Government by OIC 073 directed ICBC to apply to the BCUC to not implement the changes to the Claim-Rated Scale that would otherwise take effect on May 6, 2018 pursuant to BCUC Order G-35-17 and OIC 106. OIC 073 – Direction to ICBC Respecting One Free Cash / Reduced Crash Forgiveness (March 1, 2018)

BCUC Order G-55-18 (March 8, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 074 directed the BCUC to approve ICBC’s application made in accordance with OIC 073 in respect of its claim-rated scale. OIC 074 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to BCUC (March 1, 2018)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-55-18 (March 8, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 024 directed ICBC to apply to the BCUC for changes in rates so that convictions for the use of an electronic device while driving are included in the driver risk premium payable by a person, effective March 1, 2018. OIC 024 – Direction to ICBC Respecting Changes to Rates in Connection with Convictions for Use of an Electronic Device while Driving (February 1, 2018)

BCUC Order G-40-18 (February 15, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2018 Direction The BC government by OIC 025 directed the BCUC to approve ICBC’s application made in accordance with OIC 025 in respect of changes to rates in connection with convictions for the use of an electronic device while driving. OIC 025 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to BCUC (February 1, 2018)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-40-18 (February 15, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2017 Direction The BC government by OIC 105 directed ICBC to implement changes to its claim-rated scale, as part of a suite of initiatives to introduce greater levels of fairness to B.C.’s insurance system. OIC 105 – Direction to ICBC Respecting One Free Cash / Reduced Crash Forgiveness (March 2, 2017)

BCUC Order G-35-17 (March 16, 2017)

BCUC Order G-55-18 (March 8, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2017 Direction The BC government by OIC 106 directed the BCUC to approve ICBC’s application made in accordance with OIC 105 in respect of changes to its claim-rated scale. OIC 106 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to BCUC (March 2, 2017)

BCUC Order G-35-17 (March 16, 2017)

BCUC Order G-55-18 (March 8, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2017 Direction The BC Government by OIC 169 amended Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC to require that the BCUC fix rates that allow ICBC to make payments under the agreement entitled “Extension and Amendment to Traffic and Road Safety Law Enforcement Funding Memorandum of Understanding” between ICBC and the Government dated April 1, 2017. OIC 169 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (March 27, 2017)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-8-18 (January 12, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2017 Regulation The BC Government by OIC 160 amended the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations, effective June 5, 2017, concerning traffic sign changes and other changes. OIC 160 – Amendments to the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations (March 20, 2017)

Motor Vehicle Act Regulations (Consolidated version)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2017 Direction The BC government by OIC 310 amended Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC, requiring ICBC to apply by September 15, 2017, for a general rate change order for rates to be effective November 1 of that year. OIC 310 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (August 30, 2017)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-8-18 (January 12, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2017 Direction The BC Government directed ICBC by OIC 326 to transfer $470 million of optional vehicle insurance business capital to its Basic insurance business in order to restore ICBC’s Basic Minimum Capital Test ratio at or above the regulatory minimum of 100 percent for the end of the 2017/2018 fiscal year. OIC 326 – Direction to ICBC Respecting Optional Capital Transfer (September 5, 2017)

BCUC Order G-8-18 (January 12, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia Application for 2017 Revenue Requirements
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2017 Direction The BC government by OIC 602 directed the BCUC, among other things, to issue a final decision on ICBC’s 2017 policy year rates by January 12, 2018. OIC 602 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (December 18, 2017)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-8-18 (January 12, 2018)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia Application for 2017 Revenue Requirements
Public Utilities 2018 Regulation The BC government by OIC 199 amended sections 1 and 2 of the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation by adjusting the amount of expenditures allowed on a station and on administration and marketing. OIC 199 – Amendment to Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (April 20, 2018)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order E-14-20 (April 23, 2020)

FortisBC Energy Inc. (FEI) Biomethane Purchase Agreement (BPA) between FEI and Faromor CNG Corporation (Faromor)
Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-60-20 (March 25, 2020)

FortisBC Energy Inc. (FEI) Biomethane Purchase Agreement (BPA) between FEI and REN Energy International Corp. (REN)
Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-40-20 (February 27, 2020)

FortisBC Energy Inc. Application for Acceptance of Biomethane Purchase Agreements between FortisBC Energy Inc. and Tidal Energy Marketing Inc.
Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-235-19 (September 27, 2019)

FortisBC Energy Inc. Application for Acceptance of the Biogas Purchase Agreement Between FortisBC Energy Inc. and the City of Vancouver
Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order E-12-20 (April 16, 2020)

FortisBC Energy Inc. (FEI) Section 71 Filing of Biomethane Purchase Agreement (BPA) between FEI and Matter Global Solutions BC Ltd. (Matter)
Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order E-13-20 (April 16, 2020)

FortisBC Energy Inc. (FEI) Section 71 Filing of Biomethane Purchase Agreement (BPA) between FEI and Dicklands Farms (Dicklands)
Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order E-8-18 (February 20, 2018)

Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order E-11-19 (May 9, 2019)

Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-73-18 (April 12, 2018)

Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order E-16-20 (June 2, 2020)

Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order E-17-20 (June 2, 2020)

Public Utilities 2017 Regulation The BC government by OIC 161 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation, which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9. Prescribed Undertakings 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8 and 3.9 include expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets and acquisition of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps; expenditures up to $5 million on feasibility and development costs in relation to shore-side assets; and acquisitions of renewal natural gas subject to certain price and volume caps. OIC 161 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (March 21, 2017)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order E-18-20 (June 24, 2020)

BC Hydro and Power Authority 2016 Direction The BC government by OIC 123 provided direction to the BCUC with respect to eligible BC Hydro copper and coal mining customers to defer payment of a portion of their electricity bills in response to the slowdown in the mining sector due to low commodity prices. Specifically, the BCUC is directed to approve a supplement to BC Hydro’s Electric Tariff Supplement No. 5 in respect of eligible mining customers who choose to participate in the Mining Customer Payment Plan and to allow BC Hydro to: (a) establish a regulatory account to defer to future fiscal years amounts related to mining customers and (b) include in the account interest charges equal to BC Hydro’s weighted average cost of debt in that fiscal year. OIC 123 – Direction to the BCUC Respecting Mining Customers (February 29, 2016)

BCUC Order G-34-16 – BC Hydro’s Application for Approval of Electric Tariff Supplement No. 90 Regarding the Mining Customer Payment Plan (March 10, 2016)

BCUC Decision and Order G-47-18 – BC Hydro F2017 to F2019 Revenue Requirements Application (March 1, 2018)

BC Hydro F2017-F2019 Revenue Requirements Application
Bakerview EcoDairy Ltd. 2016 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by Ministerial Order M167 exempted Bakerview EcoDairy Ltd. from Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act, except sections 25, 38, 42, 43, 44 and 49, for the resale of electricity via the Electric Vehicle Direct Current Fast Charging station located on its property. MO M167 – Exemption for Bakerview EcoDairy Ltd. (May 9, 2016)

BCUC Order G-71-16 (May 19, 2016)

Bakerview EcoDairy Ltd. Application for Exemption to Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act for Electric Vehicle Charging Service Providers
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2016 Direction The BC government by OIC 397 provided direction to the BCUC with respect to implementing its policy related to the provision of electricity service to FortisBC Energy Inc.’s Tilbury liquid natural gas facility. OIC 397 also directed the BCUC to approve amendments to BC Hydro’s Rate Schedules 1823 (Transmission Service Step Rate), 1825 (Transmission Service Time of Use Rate), 1827 (Transmission Service – Rate for Exempt Customers), and 1852 (Transmission Service Modified Demand) respecting transmission service to Liquefied Natural Gas Customers. OIC 397 – Direction Respecting Liquefied Natural Gas Customers (June 9, 2016)

BCUC Order G-103-16 (June 30, 2016)
Whitecap Resources Inc. 2016 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by Ministerial Order M282 exempted Whitecap Resources Inc. and the Boundary Lake Distribution Facilities from section 71 and Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act, except section 38. MO 282 – Exemption for Whitecap Resources Inc. (July 20, 2016)

BCUC Order G-120-16 (July 28, 2016)

Whitecap Resources Inc. Application for Exemption to Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2016 Regulation The BC government by Ministerial Order 294 exempted the Electricity Purchase Agreement between BC Hydro and Silversmith Power and Light Corporation from Section 71 of the Utilities Commission Act. MO 294 – Silversmith Exemption Regulation (July 28, 2016)

Silversmith Exemption Regulation (Consolidated Version)

BC Hydro and Power Authority 2016 Direction The BC government by OIC 589 amended section 3 of the Heritage Special Directive HC1 to BC Hydro, directing BC Hydro to pay to the government an amount no less than $259 million on or before June 30, 2017. OIC 589 – Amendment to Heritage Special Directive HC1 to BC Hydro (July 28, 2016)

BC Hydro and Power Authority 2016 Direction The BC government by OIC 590 amended Direction No. 7 to the BCUC in respect of BC Hydro’s rate of return on deemed equity. OIC 590 – Amendment to Direction No. 7 to the BCUC (July 28, 2016)

Direction No. 7 to the BCUC (Consolidation version)

BCUC Decision and Order G-47-18 – BC Hydro F2017 to F2019 Revenue Requirements Application (March 1, 2018)

BC Hydro F2017-F2019 Revenue Requirements Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2016 Regulation The BC government by OIC 606 amended the Motor Vehicle Act Regulations. OIC 606 - Amendments to Motor Vehicle Act Regulations (August 11, 2016)

Motor Vehicle Act Regulations (Consolidated Version)

Public Utilities 2016 Regulation The BC government by OIC 609 amended the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (GGRR), which among other things, established Prescribed Undertakings 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4. Prescribed Undertakings 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4 resulted in the following: • introduction of a new category of incentive funding for remote power generation projects; • inclusion of expenditures for LNG distribution and storage infrastructure projects; and • increased the level of incentive funding for administration, marketing, training and education. OIC 609 – Amendment to the Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (August 19, 2016)

Greenhouse Gas Reduction (Clean Energy) Regulation (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-56-17 – FEI’s Application for Approval of Accounting and Rate Treatment for GGRR Incentive Funding for Prescribed Undertakings 3.2 and 3.4 (April 12, 2017)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2016 Direction The BC government by OIC 614 directed the BCUC, among other things, to set rates for ICBC that differ by no more than 1.5 percent from the previous general rate change and must not decrease existing rates. OIC 614 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (August 24, 2016)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-192-19 (August 19, 2018)
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2019 Revenue Requirements Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2016 Direction The BC government by OIC 614 directed the BCUC, among other things, to set rates for ICBC that differ by no more than 1.5 percent from the previous general rate change and must not decrease existing rates. OIC 614 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (August 24, 2016)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-8-18 (January 12, 2018)
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia Application for 2017 Revenue Requirements
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2016 Direction The BC government by OIC 614 directed the BCUC, among other things, to set rates for ICBC that differ by no more than 1.5 percent from the previous general rate change and must not decrease existing rates. OIC 614 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (August 24, 2016)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-2-17 (January 12, 2017)
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia ~ 2016 Revenue Requirements Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2016 Direction The BC government by OIC 615 directed ICBC to transfer $172 million in capital from ICBC’s Optional insurance business to the Basic insurance business in order to bring ICBC’s Basic Minimum Capital Test ratio at or above the regulatory minimum of 100 percent and directed ICBC to transfer $300 million in income from the Optional insurance business to the Basic insurance business in order to offset claims costs for the 2016 policy year. OIC 615 –Direction ICBC Respecting Transfer of Capital and Income from Optional Insurance Business to Basic Insurance Business (August 24, 2016)

BCUC Order G-2-17 (January 12, 2017)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia ~ 2016 Revenue Requirements Application
Long Lake 2016 Regulation The BC government by Ministerial Order 362 exempted Long Lake Hydro Limited Partnership, Long Lake Hydro GP Inc., Long Lake Hydro Inc. and Premier Power Corp. from Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act in respect of the Long Lake transmission system and the provision of service respecting the transmission of electricity from BC Hydro’s transmission system to the Brucejack mine project via the Long Lake transmission system. MO 362 – Long Lake Exemption Regulation (September 20, 2016)

Long Lake Exemption Regulation (Consolidated Version)

Apollo Forest Products Ltd. 2016 Regulation The BC government by Ministerial Order 417 exempted Apollo Forest Products Ltd. from Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act in respect of the Apollo Transmission System and the provision of transmission service from the biomass thermal generation facility located approximately 6km north of BC Hydro’s Fort St. James No. 2 Substation. MO 417 – Exemption for Apollo Forest Products (October 20, 2016)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2016 Direction The BC government by OIC 908 directs ICBC to implement a new high-value vehicle charge as part of a suite of initiatives to introduce greater levels of fairness to the BC’s insurance system. OIC 908 – Direction to ICBC Respecting a High-Value Vehicle Charge (December 6, 2016)

BCUC Order G-188-16 (December 15, 2016)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2016 Direction The BC government by OIC 909 directed the BCUC to approve ICBC’s high-value vehicle charge in accordance with OIC 908. OIC 909 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (December 6, 2016)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated Version)

BCUC Order G-188-16 (December 15, 2016)
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2016 Regulation The BC government by OIC 910 amended the Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation, adding section 15.9 to give ICBC the authority to set the amount of the charge payable to ICBC for the issue of the types of certificates respecting coverage for high-value vehicles designated by ICBC for this purpose. OIC 910 – Amendment to Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation (December 6, 2016)

Insurance (Vehicle) Regulation (Consolidated Version)

BCUC Order G-188-16 (December 15, 2016)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2016 Direction The BC government by OIC 960 amended Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC and directed the BCUC to approve, for the 2016 policy year, a rate change that must not exceed 4.9 percent by January 16, 2017. OIC 960 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (December 16, 2016)

Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (Consolidated version)

BCUC Order G-2-17 (January 12, 2017)
Persons offering lease agreements or energy supply 2015 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 23 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt from Part 3 and section 71 of the Utilities Commission Act (UCA), the class of cases where a person, who is not otherwise a public utility, offers lease agreements or Energy Supply Contracts (ESC) providing lessees or buyers with electricity from either solar or wind energy systems or facilities provided that the value of the installed system, including equipment, labour and permits, does not exceed $500,000. This order also includes an approval given to the BCUC to exempt from section 71 of the UCA the buyers of electricity under an ESC specific to this class of cases. OIC 23 – Vancouver Renewable Energy Cooperative Exemption (January 16, 2015)

BCUC Order G-7-15 (January 29, 2015)

BC Utilities Commission 2015 Regulation The BC government by OIC 44 repealed the former Energy Efficiency Standards Regulation, B.C. Reg. 389/93, and made a new one. OIC 44 – Energy Efficiency Standards Regulation (February 3, 2015)

Energy Efficiency Standards Regulation (Consolidated Version)

BC Hydro and Power Authority 2015 Direction The BC government by OIC 404 provided direction to the BCUC in respect of BC Hydro’s program to provide funding to increase the electrical energy efficiency of mills using thermo-mechanical pulping processes (TMP Program). Specifically, the BCUC must not disallow the recovery in BC Hydro’s rates of the costs incurred by BC Hydro in carrying out the program up to $100 million. The BCUC must also allow BC Hydro to defer to the DSM regulatory account the costs incurred in relation to the TMP Program. OIC 404 – BC Hydro TMP Program (July 14, 2015)

BCUC Order G-47-18 (March 1, 2018)

BC Hydro F2017-F2019 Revenue Requirements Application
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2015 Direction The BC government by OIC 405 amended Direction No. 7 to the BCUC whereby the BCUC, in setting rates for BC Hydro for fiscal years F2017, F2018 and F2019, must not set rates for the purposes of changing the revenue-cost ratio for a class of customers. OIC 405 – Amendment to Special Direction No. 7 to the BCUC (July 14, 2015)

BCUC Order G-47-18 (March 1, 2018)

BC Hydro F2017-F2019 Revenue Requirements Application
Templeton Designer Outlet Centre Limited Partnersh 2015 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 454 exempted from Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act (UCA), except for sections 25, 38, 41 and 42, Templeton Designer Outlet Centre Limited Partnership (Templeton LP) for the purpose of resale of electricity to its lessees, and from section 71 of the UCA Templeton LP and its lessees provided the lessees are not reselling electricity. OIC 454 – Templeton Exemption Approval (July 27, 2015)

BCUC Order G-131-15 (August 4, 2015)

Templeton DOC Limited Partnership Application for Exemption pursuant to Section 88(3) of the Utilities Commission Act
ATCO Electric Ltd. 2015 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 455 exempted ATCO Electric Ltd. from the requirements of Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act, except for sections 25, 38, 42 and 43 for its distribution facilities used to supply electric service to its Alberta/BC Border customers. OIC 455 – ATCO Exemption Approval (July 27, 2015)

BCUC Order G-140-15 (August 27, 2015)

ATCO Electric Ltd. Alberta/BC Border Customers Exemption Application
Canadian Forest Products Ltd. 2015 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 456 exempted Canadian Forest Products Ltd. (Canfor) from the requirements of Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act (UCA), except for sections 25, 38, 42 and 43 for its NOS substation distribution facilities used to supply electric service to its customers. It also exempted from section 71 of the UCA Canfor and any person receiving energy from Canfor NOS substation distribution facilities provided the person is not reselling energy to others. OIC 456 – Canadian Forest Products Exemption Approval (July 27, 2015)

BCUC Order G-141-15 (August 27, 2015)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2015 Direction The BC government by OIC 596 directed ICBC to transfer $450 million of optional vehicle insurance capital to its universal compulsory vehicle insurance business after December 31, 2015 and on or before January 15, 2016. OIC 596 – ICBC Optional Capital Transfer (October 14, 2015)

BCUC Order G-74-16 and Decision (May 27, 2016)

ICBC 2015 Revenue Requirements Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2015 Direction The BC government by OIC 597 amended Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC to order that, for rates effective November 15, 2015, the capital available used in the determination of the Minimum Capital Test must be increased by $450 million for the purpose of determining the Policy Year 2015 rate change. OIC 597 – Amendment to Special Direction SD2 to the BCUC (October 14, 2015)

BCUC Order G-74-16 and Decision (May 27, 2016)

ICBC 2015 Revenue Requirements Application
Tolko Industries Ltd. 2015 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 731 exempted Tolko Industries Ltd. and the portion of its Lavington substation distribution facilities used to supply electric service to Lavington Pellet Limited Partnership from the requirements of Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act except for sections 24, 38, 42 and 43. OIC 731 – Tolko Exemption (November 25, 2015)

BCUC Order G-196-15 (December 10, 2015)

Tolko Industries Ltd. Application for an Exemption Pursuant to Section 88(3) of the Utilities Commission Act
BC Utilities Commission 2015 Regulation The BC government by OIC 824 established the Security for Costs (Administrative Tribunals) Regulation in respect of when a tribunal may order security for costs. OIC 824 – Security for Costs (Administrative Tribunals) Regulation (December 17, 2015)

BC Utilities Commission 2015 Regulation The BC government by OIC 825 established the Administrative Tribunals Reporting Regulation in respect of setting the reporting year and when reports are due. OIC 825 – Administrative Tribunals Reporting Regulation (December 17, 2015)

Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2014 Direction The BC government by OIC 055 approved ICBC’s request to transfer any and all remaining 2013 excess from the optional automobile insurance capital account to universal compulsory vehicle insurance capital account prior to July 1, 2014 and directed ICBC to change its annual BCUC filing deadline from May to August for 2014 going forward. OIC 055 – Excess Optional Capital Transfer and Annual Basic Rate Filing Date (February 18, 2014)

BCUC Order G-81-15 and Decision (May 19, 2015)

ICBC 2014 Revenue Requirements Application
Insurance Corporation of British Columbia 2014 Direction The BC government by OIC 056 amended Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC to change the annual filing deadline from May 31 to August 31 for 2014 going forward. OIC 056 – Amendment to Special Direction IC2 to the BCUC (February 18, 2014)

BCUC Order G-81-15 and Decision (May 19, 2015)

ICBC 2014 Revenue Requirements Application
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2014 Direction The BC government by OIC 095 amended Heritage Special Directive HC1 to BC Hydro by repealing section 3 and substituting a new section 3 in respect of annual payment from BC Hydro to the government from 2014 onward. OIC 095 – Amendment to Heritage Special Directive HC1 to BC Hydro (March 5, 2014)

BCUC Order G-48-14 (March 24, 2014)

BC Hydro F2015-16 Revenue Requirements Application
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2014 Direction The BC government by OIC 095 amended Heritage Special Directive HC1 to BC Hydro by repealing section 3 and substituting a new section 3 in respect of annual payment from BC Hydro to the government from 2014 onward. OIC 095 – Amendment to Heritage Special Directive HC1 to BC Hydro (March 5, 2014)

BCUC Order G-47-18 and Decision (March 1, 2018)

BC Hydro F2017 to F2019 Revenue Requirements Application
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2014 Direction The BC government by OIC 096 established Direction No. 6 to the BCUC, which establishes a new regulatory framework regarding the BCUC’s oversight of BC Hydro’s rates. OIC 096 – Direction No. 6 to the BCUC (March 5, 2014)

Direction No. 6 to the BCUC (Consolidated Version)

BCUC Order G-48-14 (March 24, 2014)

BC Hydro F2015 and F2016 Revenue Requirements Application
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2014 Direction The BC government by OIC 096 established Direction No. 7 to the BCUC, which establishes a new regulatory framework regarding the BCUC’s oversight of BC Hydro’s rates, and repealed Heritage Special Direction No. HC2 to the BCUC. OIC 097 – Direction No. 7 to the BCUC (March 5, 2014)

Direction No. 7 to the BCUC (Consolidated Version)

BCUC Order G-36-14 (March 13, 2014)

BCUC Order G-48-14 (March 24, 2014)

BC Hydro F2015 and F2016 Revenue Requirements Application
BC Hydro and Power Authority 2014 Direction The BC government by OIC 096 established Direction No. 7 to the BCUC, which establishes a new regulatory framework regarding the BCUC’s oversight of BC Hydro’s rates, and repealed Heritage Special Direction No. HC2 to the BCUC. OIC 097 – Direction No. 7 to the BCUC (March 5, 2014)

Direction No. 7 to the BCUC (Consolidated Version)

BCUC Order G-40-16 (March 22, 2016)

BCUC Order G-39-17 (March 16, 2017)

BCUC Order G-47-18 and Decision (March 1, 2018)

BC Hydro F2017 to F2019 Revenue Requirements Application
BC Utilities Commission 2014 Direction The BC government by Ministerial Order M224 issued directions to heads of public bodies that are not government ministries on conducting privacy impact assessments. MO M224 - Directions to heads of Public Bodies that are not government ministries on conducting Privacy Impact Assessments (May 9, 2014)

FortisBC Energy Utilities 2014 Other The BC government by OIC 300 consented to the amalgamation of the FortisBC Energy Utilities, comprising FortisBC Energy Inc., FortisBC Energy (Vancouver Island) Inc., FortisBC Energy (Whistler) Inc., and Terasen Gas Holdings Inc. OIC 300 – Order Respecting the Amalgamation of the FortisBC Energy Utilities (May 23, 2014)

Jimmie Creek 2014 Regulation The BC government by Ministerial Order M182 exempted from Part 3 of the Utilities Commission Act the Toba Montrose General Partnership in respect of the Toba Montrose Transmission System and the provision of service respecting the transmission of electricity from the hydroelectric project at Jimmie Creek to BC Hydro’s transmission system. MO M182 – Jimmie Creek Exemption Regulation (June 4, 2014)

Jimmie Creek Exemption Regulation (Consolidated Version)

Creative Energy Vancouver Platforms Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-28-17 – CE Stream A Registration for the 1480 Howe Street TES (March 3, 2017)

BCUC Order G-207-18 – CE Stream A Registration for the Extension of the 1480 Howe Street TES (November 1, 2018)

BCUC Order G-251-18 – CE Stream A Registration for the 1480 Howe Street Cooling TES (December 21, 2018)

Creative Energy Vancouver Platforms Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-41-17 – CE Stream A Registration for the 2200 Kingsway TES (March 21, 2017)

Creative Energy Vancouver Platforms Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-101-15 – CE Stream A Registration for the 188 Keefer Street TES (March 21, 2017)

Sustainable Services Ltd. 2014 Direction On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-213-20 – SSL Stream A Registration for the Westhills TES (August 12, 2020)

Connect TES (Richmond) Holdings Inc. (formerly Axs 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-194-16 – Axsiom GeoEnergy (Richmond) Corporation Registration of Stream A TES Projects (December 19, 2016)

BCUC Order G-51-19 – Connect TES (Richmond) Holdings Inc. Stream A Registration of the Parc Riviera Building G TES (March 7, 2019)

TAB Utility Corp. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-172-20 - TAB Utility Corp. Stream A Registration of the 4567 Lougheed Highway TES (June 25, 2020)

FortisBC Alternative Energy Services Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-191-14 – FAES Registration of TES In-Service Prior to August 28, 2014

FortisBC Alternative Energy Services Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-129-15A – FAES Stream A TES Registration for SOLO Phase 1 (Stratus) (August 6, 2015)

BCUC Order G-122-17 – FAES Stream A TES Registration for SOLO Phase 2 (Altus) (August 9, 2017)

FortisBC Alternative Energy Services Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-176-15 – FAES Stream A Registration for the Empire at Queen Elizabeth Park TES (November 5, 2015)

FortisBC Alternative Energy Services Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-172-15 – FAES Stream A TES Registration for the Marine Gateway TES (October 22, 2015)

FortisBC Alternative Energy Services Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-141-18 – FAES Stream A TES Registration for the Lynn Valley 1 TES (July 27, 2018)

BCUC Order G-94-20 – FAES Stream A TES Registration for the Lynn Valley 2 TES (April 24, 2020)

FortisBC Alternative Energy Services Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-93-20 – FAES Stream A TES Registration of the Juneau TES (April 24, 2020)

2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-1-17 – FAES Stream A TES Registration for the Aperture TES (January 4, 2017)

2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-74-15 – FAES Stream A TES Registration for the Seylynn TES (May 7, 2015)

BCUC Order G-19-17 – FAES Stream A TES Registration for the Seylynn II TES (February 14, 2017)

BCUC Order G-105-18 – FAES Stream A TES Registration for the Seylynn III TES (June 7, 2018)

FortisBC Alternative Energy Services Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-8-19 – FAES Stream A TES Registration of the International Trade Centre TES (January 15, 2019)

FortisBC Alternative Energy Services Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-17-19 – FAES Stream A TES Registration of the Imperial TES (January 24, 2019)

FortisBC Alternative Energy Services Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-187-19 – FAES Stream A TES Registration of the Gold House – North Tower TES (August 8, 2019)

BCUC Order G-188-19 – FAES Stream A TES Registration of the Gold House – South Tower TES (August 8, 2019)

FortisBC Alternative Energy Services Inc. 2014 Exemption On the recommendation of the BCUC, the BC government by OIC 400 granted advance approval to the BCUC to exempt a person who owns or operate in BC a Thermal Energy System, with a capital cost less than a maximum threshold and greater than a minimum threshold, as established by the BCUC from time to time, from sections 44.1, 45, and 59-61 of the Utilities Commission Act for that specific Thermal Energy System. OIC 400 – Exemption from Certain Sections of the UCA for Stream A Thermal Energy Systems (June 20, 2014)

BCUC Order G-121-14 (August 27, 2014)

BCUC Order G-127-14 (August 28, 2014)

BCUC Order G-27-15 and Decision (March 2, 2015)

BCUC Order G-80-17 – FAES Stream A TES Registration for the Modello TES (May 23, 2017)