It’s always a concern to hear about major cost overruns, and it’s important for Manitoba Hydro to account for any pressures they may experience in construction through their annual application to the Public Utilities Board.
As the president of Manitoba Hydro said today, this province is growing. Manitoba must develop clean and renewable sources of power to meet that demand and into the future. Manitoba Hydro still considers the completion of Keeyask the best path forward and we agree.
As several independent reviews have pointed out, building Keeyask now allows Hydro to meet the future increase in domestic demand while helping pay for the cost of the project through sales to other provinces and states.