April 4, 2018 • Hydro One, Avista, CBJ reach settlement agreement:
Information about the Hydro One and Avista Corp. merger, and what it means for AEL&P.
In 2014, AEL&P was acquired by Avista Corp. On July 20th, 2017, Avista Corp. announced they will join forces with Hydro One, one of the best-managed electric transmission and distribution utilities in North America.
Will this affect you as an AEL&P customer? The short answer is that it won’t. It will be business as usual for AEL&P and our customers.
A few keys things to know:
10 Points Related to the Hydro One Acquisition of Avista, click the image below:
To learn how the benefits of the Snettisham facility are preserved for the community of Juneau, click here
To learn more about Hydro One’s plans to acquire Avista, please click on any of the links below.
You can also call us if you have questions or concerns. We are here to help.
For the latest updates on the RCA docket pertaining to the Hydro One and Avista merger click the link below. Search for “Matter” number U-17-097
Hydro One and Avista have responded to community comments and questions in a filing with the RCA that addresses topics including:
The response was developed to provide comprehensive, factual information and to thoroughly address the topics that are important to the community and that have been discussed in comments provided to the RCA. We hope you’ll find this information helpful and that you’ll gain a greater understanding of these topics as they relate to the proposed merger.
You can read the summarized response from Hydro One and Avista to the RCA at the link below:
You can read the full response from Hydro One and Avista by clicking the link below:
RCA issues order number 2 in Hydro One / Avista Controlling Interest Docket. Public Conference to be held on Tuesday, 2/27 at 7 PM at Centennial Hall:
Hydro One and Avista Joint response to JHI’s motion to strike and AIPPA’s request for additional public comment period:
Hydro One and Avista’s Joint response to CBJ’s petition to intervene:
RCA issues order number 3 which includes dissenting statements from commissioners Lisankie and Pauli: