Manitoba Hydro is offering a $10 rebate on the purchase of approved carbon monoxide alarms from participating retailers until November 30.
Articles published in 2018
Hydro offering $10 instant rebate on approved carbon monoxide alarms
Manitoba Hydro to sell 215 MW of renewable hydroelectricity to SaskPower
A term sheet providing for a new long–term power sale has been signed between Manitoba Hydro and SaskPower which will see up to 215 megawatts of renewable hydroelectricity flow from Manitoba to Saskatchewan beginning in 2022.
Water levels near Pine Falls to drop October 14-18 due to maintenance
Residents along the Winnipeg River, between the Pine Falls and Great Falls generating stations, may see lower than usual water levels October 14-18 as Manitoba Hydro conducts maintenance work on two turbines at the Pine Falls Generating Station.
Manitoba Hydro releases 2017–18 Annual Report
Manitoba Hydro released its annual report today showing a total consolidated net income of $37 million for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2018, down from $71 million in 2016–17.
Manitoba Hydro asks court to review PUB directives
Manitoba Hydro is asking the Manitoba Court of Appeal to review and overturn certain aspects of a recent Public Utilities Board (PUB) order.
Manitoba Hydro working to correct inaccurately estimated bills
In the midst of the hottest summer in 30 years, Manitoba Hydro is taking steps to address unusually high estimated bills for some customers where the escalation can’t be explained by increased cooling needs.
Kelvin Shepherd to retire as Manitoba Hydro President & CEO
The Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board (MHEB) announced today that Kelvin Shepherd has informed them of his decision to step down as President and CEO and retire from the Crown Corporation effective Nov. 16, 2018.
Manitoba Public Utilities Board releases its order on General Rate Application
Read the order in PDF format.
Statement from the Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board
H. Sanford Riley issued the following statement today on behalf of the following members of the Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board: Dave Brown, Earl Edmondson, Steve Kroft, Jennefer Nepinak, Michael Pyle, Allen Snyder, Dayna Spiring and Dr. Annette Trimbee: “Earlier today we wrote to the Hon. Cliff Cullen, Minister of Crown Services, informing him of our resignation from the Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board effective immediately. Read more
Worker suffers fatal injury near Gillam
An employee of a contractor working for Manitoba Hydro near the northern community of Gillam suffered a fatal injury early Wednesday.