Rates effective January 1, 2022
Effective January 1, 2022, electricity rates increased on average 3.6%.
|Basic monthly charge not exceeding 200 Amp||$9.20|
|Basic monthly charge exceeding 200 Amp||$18.40|
|Minimum monthly bill is the basic charge.|
|Basic annual charge not exceeding 200 Amp||$110.40|
|Minimum annual bill is the basic charge. Billed in April for the annual basic charge and past October 16 to April 15 consumption. Billed in October for April 16 to October 15 consumption. Applicable to customers using less than 7,500 kWh per billing.|
|Basic monthly charge not exceeding 60 Amp||$8.08|
|Minimum monthly bill is the monthly basic charge. The residential rate applies to all residential services in the diesel communities, provided the service capacity does not exceed 60 A, 120/240 V, single phase.|
Rates effective May 1, 2023
Effective May 1, 2023, the Gas Commodity rate is 14.64¢/m3.
|Basic monthly charge||$14.00|
|Delivery is the total of: Transportation to Centra charges at 4.52¢/m3 plus Distribution to customer charges at 8.11¢/m3.|
Natural gas is a commodity that is traded on the open market, and prices rise and fall with supply and demand. Our natural gas costs are passed on to you without markup. To maximize your choice and value, we offer variable quarterly and fixed rate options to help you find your best service option.
If you purchase your Gas Commodity from an independent natural gas marketer please contact them to obtain your Gas Commodity rate. Their phone number is listed on your Manitoba Hydro bill.
- View the Settled and Futures Natural Gas Market Prices and Rates (PDF, 69 KB).
- Visit the PUB’s website for previous orders approving rate changes.