The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many things for many people. For some customers, paying their monthly energy bill has become a challenge. If you are having trouble paying your bill, you could be eligible for a payment arrangement to help ease the burden.
Working for you
Within Manitoba Hydro, a group of volunteers work hard to raise awareness of Indigenous history, culture, current issues, to provide an environment that is safe and welcoming for everyone.
Sung is one of the unseen heroes in restoring power outages. Our staff in our chemical labs are on call 24/7/365 to perform testing to ensure reliable power to customers.
Manitoba Hydro has several programs in place that can support you in these difficult times. We can work with you to establish a reasonable payment plan appropriate to your situation.
About 97% of all street lights from Emerson to Churchill are now LED – that’s approximately 130,000 lights with about 75,000 in Winnipeg.
We’ve taken a leading role in tracking and monitoring zebra mussels in Manitoba’s river system because they pose a risk to the safe operation of our generating stations. Here’s what we’re doing to protect our stations from the invasive species.
This holiday season, we hope you and your loved ones are safe, warm, and can find a moment of peace. And like you, we look forward to better days.
Manitoba Hydro has begun construction on a new transmission line to deliver clean, renewable hydroelectric power to its neighbour to the west.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear “heist?” Diamonds? Big stacks of cash? A famous painting stolen from a museum?
Despite numerous challenges, Manitoba Hydro’s Manitoba–Minnesota Transmission Project (MMTP) was completed and went into service June 1 — on schedule and on budget.