CEBC Member Webinar: BCUC Review of BC Hydro Integrated Resource Plan

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CEBC Member Webinar: BCUC Review of BC Hydro Integrated Resource Plan

February 8, 2022 @ 12:00 pm 1:00 pm

CEBC Members are invited to join us on Tuesday February 8, 2022 from 12:00 – 1:00 pm PT for an introductory webinar on the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) regulatory structure and process.

This webinar marks the launch of a series intended to keep CEBC Members informed and engaged throughout the BC Hydro Integrated Resource Plan regulatory review process.

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Patrick Wruck, Commission Secretary and Manager, Regulatory Services

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Patrick started with the BCUC in 2012 as a Customer Service Specialist where he responded to complaints from utility customers. He was appointed Commission Secretary and Manager of Regulatory Services in 2016.

He has the statutory responsibilities of the Commission Secretary position which is to maintain the BCUC’s official proceeding records. Patrick also assists the public and interested parties so they might engage in our processes. Patrick is very often the first point of contact for those that need assistance.

Nicola Simon, Executive Director, Facilities and Planning

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Nicola brings over 25 years of international experience in project management, engineering and operations.

She started her career in the UK in various technical engineering positions and later moved to Canada where she worked for Ballard Power Systems and Fortis BC in senior management positions before joining the BCUC in 2017.

Nicola currently focuses on providing strategic planning and direction for the organization and she leads and manages all infrastructure and resource planning applications as well as various regulatory matters at the BCUC.

Phil Stallard, Manager, Facilities and Planning

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Phil joined the BCUC in 2017, and manages utility applications related to resource planning demand-side management, and consultation.

Prior to joining the BCUC, he was involved in economic regulation from the industry perspective, working for the UK-based transport body Rail Delivery Group, where he advanced industry interests with the rail regulator, and supported the rail sector’s commercial and policy objectives in the energy sector as the UK’s largest electricity consumer.

Phil holds a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and International Development from the University of East Anglia (UK).