Vol. 3, Issue 4 - Spring/Summer 2021
Jay Grewal was part of the panel discussion on Centre for Climate and Energy Solution’s new white paper and shared her thoughts on the importance of United States federal, state and local regulators recognizing Canadian hydropower imports as a source of clean, carbon-free energy.
On April 29 at 5:25 p.m. CST, the second of seven generating units at Keeyask was brought online and connected to the Manitoba Hydro power grid.
Manitoba Hydro’s Indigenous Awareness Circle (IAC) continues to share Indigenous history, culture, and current issues within its community.
Forecasting how much water will enter the rivers and reservoirs we use to produce electricity is about to change with the launch of a new and improved inflow forecasting system that transforms the way weather forecasts are used at Manitoba Hydro.
Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba is the 10th largest freshwater lake in the world and is the dependable source of water for the generation of hydroelectric power for all of Manitoba Hydro’s customers.