Regulatory Filings

2017–2018 General Rate Application

Yukon Energy has filed an application with the Yukon Utitlies Board for our first rate change since 2013. We are asking for a nine percent increase over two years (2017–2018). We haven't had a rate change in four years, meaning this increase would equate to 1.75 percent a year between 2014 and 2018. 

The rate increase is necessary for a few reasons:

  • We are facing increased costs to modernize our aging infrastructure and to ensure reliable energy during winter peaks.
  • We must cover the costs of inflation in some of our operating expenses.

Without enough revenue, we can't continue to provide the service that Yukoners deserve and expect. Delaying an increase would just compound the problem and mean higher increases down the road. 

You can find the full filing below, along with a plain language summmary.

Power Purchase Agreement – Victoria Gold

The Yukon Utilities Board has approved an agreement between Yukon Energy and Victoria Gold for the supply of grid power to Victoria Gold’s Eagle Gold Mine near Mayo.

This Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) is a key step towards the connection of the mine to our grid. However Victoria Gold must complete a final round of financing to move on to the next phase of construction.

See below for the full filing.

Rider F Quarterly Filings

If you look at your electric bill you will see a line item for Rider F. This charge or credit fluctuates depending on how much it costs Yukon's two utilities to purchase fuel for our diesel generators. The Yukon Utilities Board has ordered that we post quarterly filings on this website so that Yukoners can follow the changes. You'll find our most recent filing below.

Secondary Sales Quarterly Sales Advisories

Our retail Secondary Sales rate outlines the process whereby the secondary sales rate must be adjusted quarterly based on the retail heating fuel price for furnace oil in Whitehorse. We use the price that is reported by the Yukon Bureau of Statistics. As part of this process, Yukon Energy files a rate change advisory letter with our regulator, the Yukon Utilities Board, which we have posted below.