Manitoba Hydro’s logo was created by a young man from Manchester, England who with his wife made Winnipeg their home for about a decade in 60s and 70s.
On August 25, the Public Utilities Board (PUB) approved an average electricity rate increase of one per cent effective September 1 and a further one per cent increase effective April 1, 2024.
The Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF), the National Government of the Red River Métis and Manitoba Hydro have concluded a Revitalization Agreement to address existing hydro-electric developments and work together on future developments.
Manitoba Hydro released its first-ever Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) today, which shows electrical demand in the province could more than double in the next 20 years — and new sources of electricity could be needed within the next decade.
From June 4-10, Hydro employees biked, bussed, carpooled, rolled, walked, and scootered to work as part of the 2023 Commuter Challenge.
Whether you’re new to the province or moving out for the first time, we’re here to help you set up energy service in your new home.
When it comes to aquatic invasive species in Manitoba, the zebra mussel continues to pose a challenge both for waterways and hydroelectric operations. Manitoba Hydro has several different strategies in place to mitigate their impact.
Manitoba Hydro and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 2034 reached a tentative collective agreement earlier today.
Wood distribution poles are made of a renewable, abundant, strong, and inexpensive material, but there are pros and cons as to why it would be chosen over other options.
Manitoba Hydro Energy Service Advisors like Justin Morris work with developers to get power up and running. Osborne Terraces, a new building in the village, has been a project for the past year.