New windmill project stirs community

Running since 2005, Hydro-Quebec’s second call for bids on wind power projects of 2000 MW is approaching its deadline of Sept. 18. All the while, the urging of promoters to develop their projects, to complete wind tests and impact studies is escalating. When all projects are submitted, they will be evaluated based on costs, consideration of sustainable development and support for local communities, according to Jos

Running since 2005, Hydro-Quebec’s second call for bids on wind power projects of 2000 MW is approaching its deadline of Sept. 18. All the while, the urging of promoters to develop their projects, to complete wind tests and impact studies is escalating.
When all projects are submitted, they will be evaluated based on costs, consideration of sustainable development and support for local communities, according to Jos

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