We use electricity every second of every day, but do we think about where it comes from?
Before starting any outdoor project, carefully check the area to identify where power lines might pose a risk.
Know where underground electrical cables, natural gas pipelines and other utilities are buried before beginning any project that involves digging.
Input from Manitobans helps us develop the next steps of our Integrated Resource Plan – a roadmap for making sure our energy systems meet Manitoba’s needs for the next 20 years and beyond.
Be safe when protecting your electrical and natural gas equipment during and after a flood.
Pole fires are caused after winter when dust and grime cover the insulators that connect power lines to the top of wood poles, and can bring down live lines and be a public safety risk.
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.
Efficiency Manitoba’s Appliance Recycling Program helps you save energy and money by removing and recycling qualifying fridges and freezers.
Register your account online or download the Manitoba Hydro app to get easy access to a statement of your account for your taxes.
Keep your walkways, furnace vents, and meters free of snow and ice to help us access our equipment safely. Report any outages immediately so we can get the power back on.