Vincent Light

Vincent M. Light Associate

Representative Work
  • The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) regarding its Application to the Alberta Utilities Commission for approval of rules developed by the AESO necessary to implement and operate a capacity market for electricity in Alberta.
  • AltaGas Ltd. in the C$165M sale of Canadian midstream and power assets to Birch Hill Equity Partners Management Inc.
  • The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) in successfully opposing an application by the Consumers Coalition of Alberta to the Alberta Utilities Commission (AUC) to challenge certain aspects of the AESO’s then on-going design of the capacity market, and to request directions from the AUC to the AESO to conduct analyses regarding alternative market design elements.
  • The Alberta Electric System Operator in a proceeding before the Alberta Utilities Commission in which the Commission considered three applications for approval of the construction and operation of a new 60 kilometer electrical transmission line through Jasper National Park.
  • The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) in its application to the Alberta Utilities Commission for legal determinations regarding the effect of termination of a power purchase arrangement (PPA) by the PPA buyer upon the buyer’s related transmission system access service agreement with the AESO.
  • West Isle Energy Inc. in successfully obtaining the rescission of an order of the Alberta Energy Regulator’s Closure & Liability Branch that directed West Isle close and abandon certain natural gas facilities that had to be shut-in due to a third party natural gas processor shuttering its plant. The Alberta Energy Regulator accepted West Isle Energy’s action plan to recommence operation of the shut-in facilities.
  • The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) in its application to the Alberta Utilities Commission for approval of its proposed 2018 ISO Tariff, which includes the AESO’s proposed rates for each type of transmission system access service it provides and substantially revised terms and conditions of service.
  • The Alberta Electric System Operator in the Module C component of Proceeding 790 before the Alberta Utilities Commission, which involves the reallocation of transmission system loss factor charges and credits for the period of 2006 to 2016, which are estimated to be in the order of C$1.5B.
  • The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) in a proceeding before the Alberta Utilities Commission to respond to a complaint filed by Enel Alberta Wind Inc. concerning the AESO’s interpretation of its tariff provisions to determine the amount payable by Enel as a construction contribution for transmission facilities needed to connect its wind project to the Alberta transmission grid.