Licensing review - Selkirk Generating Station
We submitted an environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Environment Act Licence Review (EALR) of the Selkirk Generating Station (GS) to Manitoba Conservation in October 2005. A decision regarding the station license is pending.
View the Environment Act Licence No. 1645 R5 (PDF, 3.4 MB).
The purpose of the EIS and the EALR process is to ensure Selkirk GS — one of the utility's two thermal plants — is operating in accordance with prevailing regulations and standards. It also provides Manitoba Hydro the opportunity to implement voluntary improvements to ensure the station operates in accordance with Manitoba Hydro's internal Environmental Management Policy. In addition, the licence review process allows Manitoba Hydro to update the terms and conditions of the existing Environment Act Licence to more accurately reflect the current and future operation of the station.
View July 20, 2005 Open House Storyboards (PDF, 3.6 MB).
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