Keewatinohk converter station under construction
Keewatinohk converter station under construction in northern Manitoba in 2017.

Manitoba Hydro HVDC Project

New Bipole III HVDC transmission line delivers 2000 MW of hydroelectric power to increase grid reliability.

A provincial Crown Corp., Manitoba Hydro serves almost 600,000 electric customers in Manitoba, Canada, and about 300,000 natural gas customers in southern Manitoba. As one of the largest vertically integrated energy utilities in Canada, Manitoba Hydro not only leverages the massive scale of its hydroelectric plants to keep the lights on throughout the province, but it also makes clean, near-zero emissions energy available for export to utilities in the neighbouring

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