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TransAlta Corp. has completed the 68 MW New Richmond wind farm, located in the Gaspesie region of Quebec.

Canadian utility Hydro-Quebec is purchasing all of the power generated by the project under a 20-year contract.

"The New Richmond wind farm was commissioned today and now provides additional renewable energy to our customer, Hydro-Quebec," says Dawn Farrell, TransAlta’s president and CEO. “We are grateful for the vision, cooperation and partnership of the local communities, contractors, officials, suppliers including our turbine supplier Enercon, and our customer for their contributions to this project.”


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