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Two new wind farms will be built in Eastern Quebec

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The two selected projects are led by the Eastern Energy Alliance. (Archive photo)

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Two projects presented by the Eastern Energy Alliance were selected by Hydro-Québec as part of the a call for tenders launched last March for the production of 1,550 megawatts (MW) of wind energy.

The wind farms of Pohénégamook–Picard–Saint-Antonin–Wolastokuk 2, in Bas-Saint-Laurent, and that of Saint-Paul-de-Montmigny, in the MRC of Montmagny, will therefore see the light of day by 2029.

These two parks, with a power estimated respectively at 291.4 MW and 196 MW, will be built by the Alliance of #x27;Energie de l'Est in partnership with Invenergy Canada and Kruger Énergie.

Across the province, six other projects were selected.

In March 2023, the creation of five other parks was announced in Eastern Quebec, notably in the MRCs of Témiscouata and La Matapédia.

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Five other wind projects were selected by Hydro-Québec in March 2023.

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