Earlier today Manitoba Hydro advised the Public Utilities Board (PUB) it will update its multi-year General Rate Application (GRA) with the PUB and reduce its requested electricity rate.
Articles published in November 2022
Manitoba Hydro to update General Rate Application with Public Utilities Board
Veronica champions Christmas Cheer across the board
Employee Champion Veronica has collected a significant total of donations for the Christmas Cheer Board over 17 years.
Province directs Manitoba Hydro to pause new cryptocurrency connections
As per the Province, unchecked cryptocurrency mining could require Manitoba Hydro to spend billions in new generation and transmission facilities. Urgent action is required to respond to the exponential number of requests the utility is receiving.
Hydro volunteers make the season bright for children young and old
Kris Kringle and all his merry Hydro helpers were present at the Manitoba Hydro Santa Claus Parade making sure all of Winnipeg had a chance to revel in the festive spirit of the holiday season.
Our 2-year General Rate Application filing – what that means for you
Proposed rate increases will ensure Crown utility continues to provide safe and dependable energy today and in the future.
Manitoba Hydro files General Rate Application with Public Utilities Board
Manitoba Hydro submitted its two-year General Rate Application (GRA) with the Public Utilities of Manitoba (PUB) yesterday, seeking an electricity rate increase of 3.5 per cent in each of the fiscal years 2023-24 and 2024-25.
Truck donation supports Indigenous canoe programs
At the end the year, Manitoba Hydro sometimes has surplus vehicles that go to auction. This year, an opportunity came up to donate a truck to Waterways, an Indigenous non-profit organization that runs canoe programs in Indigenous communities.
WWII memorial for Manitoba Power Commission employees installed
A bronze plaque first installed by the former Manitoba Power Commission at its head office in 1949, to honour its employees who served and who were killed in WWII, has been re-installed by Manitoba Hydro at its corporate office in downtown Winnipeg.
A carbon monoxide alarm could save your life
The best way to alert you to carbon monoxide (CO) is to install a CO alarm – if CO is detected, the alarm will sound to warn you before toxic levels are reached.
What’s up with purple street lights?
Street lights turn purple thanks to a manufacturing defect — and we’re not the only utility in the world dealing with the defect.