An analysis of why the west side transmission line in Manitoba is sub-optimal environmental and energy policy.
Peter Miller, Professor of Philosophy, University of Winnipeg
When Manitoba Hydro subsidizes domestic electricity consumption, it means “the biggest piggies get the most slop.” That’s one of many reasons for letting prices rise to market levels.
Markus Buchart, Former Leader, Green Party of Manitoba
The Province of Manitoba’s policy of “power at cost” is harmful to the people of Manitoba, to Manitoba Hydro and to the environment.
The Right Honourable Edward Schreyer
The former Manitoba Premier and Governor General of Canada takes his own party to task for its energy policies, especially cross-subsidization and delays in licensing new dams.
Michael Bennaroch, Professor and Chair of Economics, University of Winnipeg
Are Manitoba Hydro’s prices too low? A perspective from the head of the University of Winnipeg’s economics department.