Feature Photo — Grand Rapids Generating Station, Manitoba
Built along the Saskatchewan River by Manitoba Hydro between 1960 and 1968, the Grand Rapids Generating Station was the first hydroelectric generating station in Northern Manitoba. After major upgrades in 2000, the station’s capacity increased to approximately 480 MW.
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- Nelly Blancas, Project Manager, MHI