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.
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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.
An upgrade in the Waverley West neighbourhood faced delays, forcing our project team to pivot.
An especially large intake of Power Electrician and Mechanical Technician trainees recently completed three weeks of orientation at 820 Taylor.
Although 95% of our customer base has high billing accuracy and meter read rating, some customers’ bills are being based on estimates for periods longer than four months. The 4 Plus Program ensures we are getting accurate readings to ensure billing accuracy.
The Steinbach Upgrade Project will support the community’s immediate and long-term growth by increasing the supply of safe, reliable natural gas.
A switchgear is kind of like the electrical panel in your house — except it’s 4,160 volts, encased in a building, and within a substation. About 39 switchgears in Winnipeg need to be replaced, and this is how we do it.
In the summer of 2021 when water levels were low, a four-inch transmission pressure natural gas main was found to be partially exposed in the Red River in between Letellier and Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation.
Learn more about how our northern employees who work in some of Manitoba’s most remote locations to provide Energy for Life to customers across the province.
A bright new future is well within reach for women eager to work in construction and trades-related positions at Manitoba Hydro.