Manitoba Hydro announced that Jay Grewal is leaving the Crown utility after five years in the position. In addition, Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board Chair Ben Graham said that Hal Turner, the utility’s current Vice-President of Asset Planning and Delivery, will act as interim president and CEO effective immediately.
The Manitoba government has announced that it has appointed a new board of directors for Manitoba Hydro that is focused on affordability for Manitobans.
Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, along with Manitoba Premier Wab Kinew, recently announced a joint investment of $475.6 million to strengthen Manitoba’s clean electricity grid.
Manitoba Hydro’s second annual Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) report, released this week, outlines the Crown Corporation and its employees’ support of the communities it serves and its priorities to continue to provide Manitobans with reliable, affordable energy.
Manitoba Hydro recently released its first-ever Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), which shows electrical demand in the province could more than double in the next 20 years – and new sources of electricity could be needed within the next decade.
The Manitoba Métis Federation (MMF), the National Government of the Red River Métis and Manitoba Hydro have concluded a Revitalization Agreement to address existing hydro-electric developments and work together on future developments.
The Chair and the Chief Executive Officer of Manitoba Hydro were each honoured with awards from separate organizations at ceremonies held in Winnipeg and Vancouver on April 27.
On Dec. 9, Manitoba Hydro filed its updated general rate application with the Public Utilities Board. The amended application reduces the rate increase from 3.5 per cent in the 2023-24 and 2024-25 fiscal years, to only two per cent each year, well below the current rate of inflation.
Manitoba Hydro has filed an update to its recent multi-year General Rate Application (GRA) with the Public Utilities Board (PUB), reducing its requested average electricity rate increase to two per cent in each of the fiscal years 2023-24 and 2024-25.
Manitoba Hydro has advised the Public Utilities Board (PUB) it will update its multi-year General Rate Application (GRA) with the PUB and reduce its requested electricity rate increase to two per cent in each of the fiscal years 2023-24 and 2024-25.