Heavy spring rainfall this spring has swelled Lake Winnipeg to near record flood years in 60s and 70s before Lake Winnipeg Regulation.
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Lake Winnipeg water levels will be high all summer due to spring rain storms and will gradually recede into the fall. Manitoba Hydro, through the Lake Winnipeg Regulation Project, is flowing as much water as possible out of Lake Winnipeg.
Manitoba Hydro staff and facilities worked hard to monitor and take actions, as the highest levels reached - and passed - generating stations on the Winnipeg River.
We use electricity every second of every day, but do we think about where it comes from?
This year’s Safe Roads campaign reminds you to slow down in construction zones and be mindful of those who work there.
Input from Manitobans helps us develop the next steps of our Integrated Resource Plan – a road map for making sure our energy systems meet Manitoba’s needs for the next 20 years and beyond.
Manitoba Hydro’s Integrated Resource Plan will help direct our future and it includes input from Manitobans. Learn more about how to get involved and some of the findings to date.
As part of our customer-focused commitment to being the utility of the future, we may re-visit Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) again.
The increase in federal carbon charge on April 1, 2022 is expected to result in an average annual increase of approximately $44 to natural gas bills for the typical residential customer.
Register your account online or download the Manitoba Hydro app to get easy access to a statement of your account for your taxes.