Quebec hydroelectric power projects get boost from government

The Canadian government is investing $6.9 million (US$7.06 million) over ten years in two hydroelectric power projects in Quebec through the ecoENERGY for Renewable Power program.

Both hydro projects, the Pont-Arnaud and Chute-Garneau, have been refurbished and are expected to be commissioned in March 2011. They have a combined capacity of 13 MW and the generated power will be sold to Hydro Quebec.

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