Volume 5, Issue 3
Ensuring reliability despite zebra mussels
An aquatic scourge is moving its way through Manitoba’s lakes and rivers and into Manitoba Hydro’s generating stations. The scourge is zebra mussels — they’re here to stay.
Floating peat island tests our employee problem solving abilities
In mid-May, a large island of peat, approximately 3.7 acres in size, got stuck against the intake structure of Manitoba Hydro’s Keeyask Generating Station, putting the utility’s employee problem-solving skills to the test.
Great Falls Generating Station celebrates 100 years of reliable operation
Great Falls Generating Station is one of the most enduring examples of Manitoba Hydro’s promise to bring its customers Energy for Life.
How Manitoba Hydro used drones to save birds
When you build tall structures, you’re going to be running afoul of fowl. That’s why this year — for the first time in its history — Manitoba Hydro used a drone and a robot to help keep birds safe.