Nov. 11 (Bloomberg) — EDF Energies Nouvelles Co., the
renewable energy unit of Europe’s biggest power producer, began
construction on a 74-megawatt wind farm in Quebec.
The Mont-Rothery project, located on public land in the
Haute-Gaspesie and Cote-de-Gaspe regional county municipalities,
is expected to start selling power to the grid by the end of
next year, the company’s Montreal-based EDF EN Canada unit said
today in a statement.
The C$175 million ($154 million) project is the last of
seven awarded to the company by provincial utility Hydro-Quebec.
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