Crews from Manitoba Hydro are continuing to fan out across southern Manitoba in an effort to restore power outages caused by a severe winter storm.
The key to Manitoba Hydro’s ‘flexibility’ (also called ‘dispatchability’) is its huge amount of energy storage — the water stored behind our hydro generating stations.
Cold winter weather is just around the corner. Follow these tips to make sure your natural gas furnace is running properly to keep your house warm.
Using electrical equipment safely can prevent the majority of electrical fires. Be sure you and your family practice the safe use of electricity to prevent an electrical fire happening in your home.
Manitoba Hydro is warning residents along the Winnipeg River, especially those in the Whiteshell, of higher water levels thanks to almost record rainfall across eastern Manitoba and northwest Ontario.
On September 25, Jay Grewal, President and CEO of Manitoba Hydro, delivered a presentation entitled “The Changing Energy Value Chain” at the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce MBiz Breakfast event.
Do you have questions about Manitoba Hydro? Join us for a coffee and conversation at one of the following public information sessions.
Manitoba Hydro is offering a $10 rebate on the purchase of approved carbon monoxide alarms from participating retailers until November 30.
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.
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.