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Environmental, social, and governance

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2021–2022 Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report

The Environmental, Social, and Governance Report, for the year ending March 31, 2022, is available to view, print, or save.

As Manitoba’s major energy supplier, it is our responsibility to turn our vision and commitments into actions and conduct our relationships and our work with utmost integrity, care and respect for our customers and community.

This year, we have transitioned our Corporate Social Responsibility Report (PDF, 10.3 MB) into our first Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) Report – a report that demonstrates that we are who we say are by sharing our progress and results on our environmental, social, and governance efforts.

It shares how our employees, our actions, and activities are focused on addressing climate change and our economic and social growth to impart a legacy in our province and our world that we can be proud of.

You can also read more about how we do that every day in our featured articles.

At a glance 2021-2022

Care, responsibility, and protection for the environment

  • Our total GHG emissions: 0.10 megatonnes — which equate to less than 0.12 of national electrical generation.
  • 2.7 megatonnes of greenhouse age emissions were avoided through our net exports.
  • 1,588 metric tonnes of industrial non-hazardous materials were recycled.
  • 122.97 metric tonnes of paper was recycled through our Official Records Destruction, Confidential Shredding and T.R.I.M. programs.

For Manitobans, by Manitobans

  • 76,973 line locates performed from requests received from Click Before You Dig MB.
  • 81% of customers satisfied with Manitoba Hydro’s safety education.
  • 83% of customers satisfied with overall service.
  • 88% of customers satisfied with field service.
  • 1,400 loans representing $5.03 million provided in financing to customers through our Energy Finance Plan.
  • 3,828 loans worth $18.91 million for qualifying upgrades provide to customers under our Home Energy Efficiency Loan.
  • 174 contracts awarded to 37 different Indigenous vendors, with a total awarded value of approximately $39.6M million.
  • Over $70,000 provided in scholarships and bursaries to students across Manitoba.
  • Over $1,237,000 in combined employee and corporate payroll donations.
  • $5,000 donated to 10 employee-championed events and $200 to one volunteer grant.
  • Nearly $352,000 provided in sponsorship of events and activities across Manitoba.

Ethical. Accountable.

  • 99% of employees completed ethics training.
  • 98% of employees completed technology security awareness training.