List of generating stations in Quebec

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The following page lists electrical generating stations in Quebec, Canada.

Quebec produces close to 96% of its electricity through hydropower. The James Bay Project is Quebec's largest generation complex, with an installed capacity of 16,527 megawatt of power, approximately 40% of the province's peak load. Hydro-Québec, the government-owned public utility is the main power generator in the province with 59 hydroelectric facilities located across the province, for a total installed capacity of 34,490 MW.[1]

Hydroelectric[edit]

Owned by Hydro-Québec[edit]

Main article: Hydro-Québec

List of hydroelectric generating stations owned and operated by Hydro-Québec Production.[2]

  Facilities under construction
  Planned facilities
  Decommissioned facilities
Name Type Capacity (MW) Units Head (m) Commissioned Reservoir Watershed Location
Beauharnois Run of river 1,906 38 24.39 1932–1961 n/a Saint Lawrence 45°18′51″N 73°54′37″W / 45.31417°N 73.91028°W / 45.31417; -73.91028 (Beauharnois GS)
Beaumont Run of river 270 6 37.8 1958 n/a Saint-Maurice 47°33′20″N 72°50′12″W / 47.55556°N 72.83667°W / 47.55556; -72.83667 (Beaumont GS)
Bersimis-1 Reservoir 1,178 8 266.7 1956 Pipmuacan Reservoir Betsiamites 49°18′31″N 69°33′50″W / 49.30861°N 69.56389°W / 49.30861; -69.56389 (Bersimis-1)
Bersimis-2 Run of river 869 5 115.83 1959 n/a Betsiamites 49°10′02″N 69°14′26″W / 49.16722°N 69.24056°W / 49.16722; -69.24056 (Bersimis-2)
Brisay Reservoir 469 2 37.5 1993 Caniapiscau Reservoir Caniapiscau 54°27′16″N 70°31′09″W / 54.45444°N 70.51917°W / 54.45444; -70.51917 (Brisay)
Bryson Run of river 56 3 18.29 1925 n/a Ottawa 45°39′40″N 76°37′52″W / 45.66111°N 76.63111°W / 45.66111; -76.63111 (Bryson)
Carillon Run of river 753 14 17.99 1962 n/a Ottawa 45°34′07″N 74°23′01″W / 45.56861°N 74.38361°W / 45.56861; -74.38361 (Carillon)
Chelsea Run of river 152 5 28.35 1927 n/a Gatineau 45°30′45″N 75°46′39″W / 45.51250°N 75.77750°W / 45.51250; -75.77750 (Chelsea)
Chute-Allard Run of river 62 6 17.83 2008 n/a Saint-Maurice 47°54′15″N 73°47′57″W / 47.90417°N 73.79917°W / 47.90417; -73.79917 (Chute-Allard)
Chute-Bell Run of river 10 2 17.8 1915–1999 n/a Rouge 45°46′26″N 74°41′09″W / 45.77389°N 74.68583°W / 45.77389; -74.68583 (Chute-Bell)
Chute-Burroughs Run of river 2 1 55.17 1929 n/a Niger 45°08′47″N 72°01′08″W / 45.14639°N 72.01889°W / 45.14639; -72.01889 (Chute-Burroughs)
Chats Falls Generating Station[note 1] Run of river 92 4 16.16 1931 n/a Ottawa 45°28′30″N 76°14′18″W / 45.47500°N 76.23833°W / 45.47500; -76.23833 (Chat Falls)
Chute-Hemmings Run of river 29 6 14.64 1925 n/a Saint-François 45°51′45″N 72°27′03″W / 45.86250°N 72.45083°W / 45.86250; -72.45083 (Chute-Hemmings)
Drummondville Run of river 16 4 9.1 1910 n/a Saint-François 45°53′13″N 72°29′02″W / 45.88694°N 72.48389°W / 45.88694; -72.48389 (Drummondville)
Eastmain-1 Reservoir 507 3 63 2006 Eastmain-1 Reservoir Eastmain 52°10′54″N 76°3′5″W / 52.18167°N 76.05139°W / 52.18167; -76.05139 (Eastmain-1)
Eastmain-1-A[3] Reservoir 829[4] 3 63 2011-2012 Eastmain-1 Reservoir Eastmain 52°10′47″N 76°2′7″W / 52.17972°N 76.03528°W / 52.17972; -76.03528 (Eastmain-1-A)
Grand-Mère Run of river 67 6 25.61 1915–1930 n/a Saint-Maurice 46°36′55″N 72°40′33″W / 46.61528°N 72.67583°W / 46.61528; -72.67583 (Grand-Mère)
Hart-Jaune Reservoir 51 3 39.6 1960 Petit-Lac-Manicouagan Reservoir Hart-Jaune 51°47′06″N 67°54′46″W / 51.78500°N 67.91278°W / 51.78500; -67.91278 (Hart-Jaune)
Hull-2 Run of river 27 4 11.58 1920–1969 n/a Ottawa 45°25′20″N 75°43′17″W / 45.42222°N 75.72139°W / 45.42222; -75.72139 (Hull-2)
Jean-Lesage Reservoir 1,145 8 70.11 1965–1967 Manic-2 Reservoir Manicouagan 49°19′18″N 68°20′49″W / 49.32167°N 68.34694°W / 49.32167; -68.34694 (Jean-Lesage)
La Gabelle Run of river 131 5 17.38 1924 n/a Saint-Maurice 46°26′54″N 72°44′32″W / 46.44833°N 72.74222°W / 46.44833; -72.74222 (La Gabelle)
La Grande-1 Run of river 1,436 12 27.5 1994–1995 n/a La Grande 53°44′04″N 78°34′26″W / 53.73444°N 78.57389°W / 53.73444; -78.57389 (La Grande-1)
La Grande-2-A Reservoir 2,106 6 138.5 1991–1992 Robert-Bourassa Reservoir La Grande 53°46′46″N 77°32′57″W / 53.77944°N 77.54917°W / 53.77944; -77.54917 (La Grande-2-A)
La Grande-3 Reservoir 2,417 12 79 1982–1984 La Grande-3 Reservoir La Grande 53°43′40″N 75°59′55″W / 53.72778°N 75.99861°W / 53.72778; -75.99861 (La Grande-3)
La Grande-4 Reservoir 2,779 9 116.7 1984–1986 La Grande-4 Reservoir La Grande 53°53′12″N 73°27′55″W / 53.88667°N 73.46528°W / 53.88667; -73.46528 (La Grande-4)
La Tuque Run of river 294 6 34.75 1940–1955 n/a Saint-Maurice 47°26′39″N 72°47′58″W / 47.44417°N 72.79944°W / 47.44417; -72.79944 (La Tuque)
Lac-Robertson[note 2] Reservoir 21 2 38.5 1995 Robertson Lake Veco 50°59′56″N 59°03′42″W / 50.99889°N 59.06167°W / 50.99889; -59.06167 (Lac-Robertson)
Laforge-1 Reservoir 878 6 57.3 1993–1994 Laforge-1 Reservoir Laforge 54°10′14″N 72°36′55″W / 54.17056°N 72.61528°W / 54.17056; -72.61528 (Laforge-1)
Laforge-2 Reservoir 319 2 27.4 1996 Laforge-2 Reservoir Laforge 54°35′30″N 71°16′15″W / 54.59167°N 71.27083°W / 54.59167; -71.27083 (Laforge-2)
Les Cèdres Run of river 103 11 9.14 1914–1924 n/a Saint Lawrence 45°18′32″N 74°01′38″W / 45.30889°N 74.02722°W / 45.30889; -74.02722 (Les Cèdres)
Magpie-2[5][6] 450 2026 Magpie Côte-Nord
Magpie-5[5][6] 385 2030 Magpie Côte-Nord
Manic-1 Run of river 184 3 36.58 1966–1967 n/a Manicouagan 49°11′29″N 68°19′47″W / 49.19139°N 68.32972°W / 49.19139; -68.32972 (Manic-1)
Manic-5 Reservoir 1,596 8 141.8 1970 Manicouagan Reservoir Manicouagan 50°38′23″N 68°43′37″W / 50.63972°N 68.72694°W / 50.63972; -68.72694 (Manic-5)
Manic-5-PA Reservoir 1,064 4 144.5 1989 Manicouagan Reservoir Manicouagan 50°38′37″N 68°43′48″W / 50.64361°N 68.73000°W / 50.64361; -68.73000 (Manic-5-PA)
Mercier Reservoir 55 5 18 2007 Baskatong Reservoir Gatineau 46°43′03″N 75°59′00″W / 46.71750°N 75.98333°W / 46.71750; -75.98333 (Mercier)
Mitis-1 Run of river 6 2 36.58 1922–1929 n/a Mitis 48°36′13″N 68°08′19″W / 48.60361°N 68.13861°W / 48.60361; -68.13861 (Mitis-1)
Mitis-2 Run of river 4 1 22.86 1947 n/a Mitis 48°37′19″N 68°08′19″W / 48.62194°N 68.13861°W / 48.62194; -68.13861 (Mitis-2)
Outardes-2 Run of river 523 3 82.3 1978 n/a Outardes 49°08′59″N 68°24′17″W / 49.14972°N 68.40472°W / 49.14972; -68.40472 (Outardes-2)
Outardes-3 Run of river 1,026 4 143.57 1969 n/a Outardes 49°33′33″N 68°43′58″W / 49.55917°N 68.73278°W / 49.55917; -68.73278 (Outardes-3)
Outardes-4 Reservoir 785 4 120.55 1969 Outardes-4 Reservoir Outardes 49°42′21″N 68°54′24″W / 49.70583°N 68.90667°W / 49.70583; -68.90667 (Outardes-4)
Paugan Run of river 213 8 40.54 1928 n/a Gatineau 45°48′42″N 75°55′37″W / 45.81167°N 75.92694°W / 45.81167; -75.92694 (Paugan)
Péribonka Reservoir 405 3 67.6 2007–2008 Peribonka 49°30′28″N 71°10′59″W / 49.50778°N 71.18306°W / 49.50778; -71.18306 (Péribonka)
Petit Mécatina-3[5] 320 2026 Petit-Mécatina Côte-Nord
Petit Mécatina-4[5] 880 2023 Petit-Mécatina Côte-Nord
Première-Chute Run of river 131 4 22.26 1968–1975 n/a Ottawa 47°36′00″N 79°27′09″W / 47.60000°N 79.45250°W / 47.60000; -79.45250 (Première-Chute)
Rapide-2 Run of river 67 4 20.43 1954–1964 n/a Ottawa 47°56′01″N 78°34′34″W / 47.93361°N 78.57611°W / 47.93361; -78.57611 (Rapide-2)
Rapide-7 Reservoir 67 4 20.73 1941–1949 Decelles Lake Ottawa 47°46′08″N 78°18′46″W / 47.76889°N 78.31278°W / 47.76889; -78.31278 (Rapide-7)
Rapide-Blanc Reservoir 204 6 32.92 1934–1955 Blanc Reservoir Saint-Maurice 47°47′48″N 72°58′24″W / 47.79667°N 72.97333°W / 47.79667; -72.97333 (Rapide-Blanc)
Rapide-des-Cœurs Run of river 79 6 22.69 2008–2009 n/a Saint-Maurice 47°47′21″N 73°22′40″W / 47.78917°N 73.37778°W / 47.78917; -73.37778 (Rapides-des-Cœurs)
Rapides-des-Îles Run of river 176 4 26.22 1966–1973 n/a Ottawa 47°34′35″N 79°21′17″W / 47.57639°N 79.35472°W / 47.57639; -79.35472 (Rapides-des-Îles)
Rapides-des-Quinze Run of river 103 6 25.9 1923–1955 n/a Ottawa 47°35′24″N 79°17′41″W / 47.59000°N 79.29472°W / 47.59000; -79.29472 (Rapides-des-Quinze)
Rapides-Farmer Run of river 104 5 20.12 1927 n/a Gatineau 45°29′56″N 75°45′48″W / 45.49889°N 75.76333°W / 45.49889; -75.76333 (Rapides-Farmer)
René-Lévesque Reservoir 1,244 6 94.19 1975–1976 Manic-3 Reservoir Manicouagan 49°44′25″N 68°35′34″W / 49.74028°N 68.59278°W / 49.74028; -68.59278 (René-Lévesque)
Rivière-des-Prairies Run of river 54 6 7.93 1929 n/a Rivière des Prairies 45°35′22″N 73°39′26″W / 45.58944°N 73.65722°W / 45.58944; -73.65722 (Rivière-des-Prairies)
Robert-Bourassa Reservoir 5,616 16 137.16 1979–1981 Robert-Bourassa Reservoir La Grande 53°46′55″N 77°31′58″W / 53.78194°N 77.53278°W / 53.78194; -77.53278 (Robert-Bourassa)
Rocher-de-Grand-Mère Run of river 230 3 24.3 2004 n/a Saint-Maurice 46°36′55″N 72°40′33″W / 46.61528°N 72.67583°W / 46.61528; -72.67583 (Rocher-de-Grand-Mère)
Romaine-1[7] Reservoir 290 2 62.5 2016 Romaine-1 Reservoir Romaine 50°23′01″N 63°15′37″W / 50.3836°N 63.2604°W / 50.3836; -63.2604 (Romaine-1 (Under Construction))
Romaine-2[7] Reservoir 640 2 156.4 2014 Romaine-2 Reservoir Romaine 50°37′28″N 63°11′34″W / 50.6245°N 63.1928°W / 50.6245; -63.1928 (Romaine-2 (Under Construction))
Romaine-3[7] Reservoir 395 2 118.9 2017 Romaine-3 Reservoir Romaine 51°06′52″N 63°24′00″W / 51.1144°N 63.4000°W / 51.1144; -63.4000 (Romaine-3 (Under Construction))
Romaine-4[7] Reservoir 245 2 88.9 2020 Romaine-4 Reservoir Romaine 51°20′52″N 63°29′12″W / 51.3478°N 63.4867°W / 51.3478; -63.4867 (Romaine-4 (Under Construction))
Sainte-Marguerite-3[note 3] Reservoir 882 2 330 2003 Sainte-Marguerite-3 Reservoir Sainte-Marguerite 50°42′18″N 66°46′47″W / 50.70500°N 66.77972°W / 50.70500; -66.77972 (SM-3)
Saint-Narcisse Run of river 15 2 44.81 1926 n/a Batiscan 46°32′53″N 72°24′38″W / 46.54806°N 72.41056°W / 46.54806; -72.41056 (Saint-Narcisse)
Sarcelle[3] Reservoir 150 3 11.7 2013 Opinaca Reservoir La Grande 52°40′03″N 76°37′59″W / 52.6674°N 76.6330°W / 52.6674; -76.6330 (Sarcelle)
Sept-Chutes Run of river 22 4 124.97 1916–1999 n/a Sainte-Anne 47°07′31″N 70°48′57″W / 47.12528°N 70.81583°W / 47.12528; -70.81583 (Sept-Chutes)
Shawinigan-2 Run of river 200 8 44.2 1911–1929 n/a Saint-Maurice 46°32′11″N 72°46′02″W / 46.53639°N 72.76722°W / 46.53639; -72.76722 (Shawinigan-2)
Shawinigan-3 Run of river 194 3 44.2 1948 n/a Saint-Maurice 46°32′02″N 72°45′56″W / 46.53389°N 72.76556°W / 46.53389; -72.76556 (Shawinigan-3)
Toulnustouc Reservoir 526 2 152 2005 Sainte-Anne Lake Toulnustouc 49°58′14″N 68°09′34″W / 49.97056°N 68.15944°W / 49.97056; -68.15944 (Toulnustouc)
Trenche Run of river 302 6 48.47 1950 n/a Saint-Maurice 47°45′12″N 72°52′44″W / 47.75333°N 72.87889°W / 47.75333; -72.87889 (Trenche)

Stations with partial Hydro-Québec ownership[edit]

Name Type Capacity (MW) Units Head Commissioned Reservoir Watershed Ownership Region
McCormick Run of river 392 8 37.8 1952 Manicouagan Hydro-Québec (60%) and Alcoa (40%)[1]

49°11′35″N 68°19′37″W / 49.19306°N 68.32694°W / 49.19306; -68.32694 (McCormick)

Privately owned hydroelectric generating stations[edit]

List of privately owned hydroelectric generating stations in Quebec, including facilities owned by municipal utilities.

Name Date Capacity (MW) Location Owner Type Ref
Abénaquis 1910–1984 2.8 45°24′15″N 71°53′50″W / 45.40417°N 71.89722°W / 45.40417; -71.89722 (Abénaquis) Hydro-Sherbrooke Hydro [8]
Adam-Cunningham 1953 7 48°39′30″N 71°10′15″W / 48.65833°N 71.17083°W / 48.65833; -71.17083 (Adam-Cunningham) Resolute Forest Products Hydro [9]
Arthurville Hydroelectric Dam 1993 0.65 46°49′35″N 70°45′23″W / 46.82639°N 70.75639°W / 46.82639; -70.75639 (Arthurville) Algonquin Power Hydro [10]
Ayers-1 1929 4.5 45°38′12″N 74°21′41″W / 45.63667°N 74.36139°W / 45.63667; -74.36139 (Ayers-1) Ayers limitée Hydro
Ayers-2 1994 1.2 45°38′37″N 74°21′11″W / 45.64361°N 74.35306°W / 45.64361; -74.35306 (Ayers-2) Ayers limitée Hydro
Baie-Saint-Paul 1898–1997 0.8 Baie-Saint-Paul Société d'énergie de Baie-Saint-Paul Hydro
Barrage-Larocque (Hydro Bromptonville) 1997 9.9 45°28′42″N 71°57′12″W / 45.4783°N 71.9533°W / 45.4783; -71.9533 (Barrage-Larocque) Kruger Energy Hydro [11]
Marches-Naturelles 1908–1995 4.5 46°53′39″N 71°09′31″W / 46.8942°N 71.1587°W / 46.8942; -71.1587 (Marches-Naturelles) Boralex Hydro [12]
Belding 1910 1.5 45°08′30″N 71°48′40″W / 45.14167°N 71.81111°W / 45.14167; -71.81111 (Belding) Ville de Coaticook Hydro
Belle-Rivière 48°06′51″N 71°45′50″W / 48.11417°N 71.76389°W / 48.11417; -71.76389 (Belle-Rivière) Société d'énergie Belle Rivière Hydro
Belleterre Hydroelectric Dam[note 4] 1994 2.2 47°34′21″N 78°33′31″W / 47.57250°N 78.55861°W / 47.57250; -78.55861 (Belleterre) Algonquin Power Hydro [13]
Bésy 2006 18.5 48°26′04″N 71°14′54″W / 48.43444°N 71.24833°W / 48.43444; -71.24833 (Bésy) Resolute Forest Products Hydro [9]
Bird-1 1937–1994 2 46°44′57″N 71°42′39″W / 46.74917°N 71.71083°W / 46.74917; -71.71083 (Bird-1) Boralex Hydro
Bird-2 1995 2.8 46°44′57″N 71°42′39″W / 46.7492°N 71.7108°W / 46.7492; -71.7108 (Bird-2) Boralex Hydro
Buckingham 1913–1995 9.9 Buckingham Boralex Hydro [14]
Cascades-Savard 1988 0.03 51°18′20″N 68°07′32″W / 51.30556°N 68.12556°W / 51.30556; -68.12556 (Cascades-Savard) Restaurant Relais-Gabriel enr. Hydro
Chutes-de-la-Chaudière 24 46°42′52″N 71°16′57″W / 46.71444°N 71.28250°W / 46.71444; -71.28250 (Chutes-de-la-Chaudière) Innergex Hydro [15]
Chicoutimi 1923 8 48°25′34″N 71°04′34″W / 48.42611°N 71.07611°W / 48.42611; -71.07611 (Chicoutimi) Resolute Forest Products Hydro [9]
Chute-à-Caron Power Station 1931 224 48°27′01″N 71°15′13″W / 48.45028°N 71.25361°W / 48.45028; -71.25361 (Chute-à-Caron) Rio Tinto Alcan Hydro [16]
Chute-à-la-Savane Power Station 1953 210 48°45′15″N 71°50′23″W / 48.75417°N 71.83972°W / 48.75417; -71.83972 (Chute-à-la-Savane) Rio Tinto Alcan Hydro [16]
Chute-aux-Galets 1921 14.4 48°39′06″N 71°12′12″W / 48.65167°N 71.20333°W / 48.65167; -71.20333 (Chute-aux-Galets) Resolute Forest Products Hydro [9]
Chute-Blanche 1998 1.2 Sainte-Jeanne-d'Arc Hydro-Morin Hydro [17]
Chute-des-Passes Power Station 1959 750 49°50′26″N 71°09′46″W / 49.84056°N 71.16278°W / 49.84056; -71.16278 (Chute-des-Passes) Rio Tinto Alcan Hydro [16]
Chute-du-Diable Power Station 1952 205 48°46′51″N 71°41′49″W / 48.78083°N 71.69694°W / 48.78083; -71.69694 (Chute-du-Diable) Rio Tinto Alcan Hydro [16]
Chute-Ford Hydroelectric Dam (Glenford) 1994 4.95 46°50′18″N 71°56′26″W / 46.83833°N 71.94056°W / 46.83833; -71.94056 (Chute-Ford (Glenford)) Algonquin Power Hydro [18]
Chute-Garneau 1925-2011 5.3 48°23′10″N 71°07′50″W / 48.38611°N 71.13056°W / 48.38611; -71.13056 (Chute Garneau) City of Saguenay Hydro [19][20]
Chutes-à-Gorry 1993–1997 10.8 46°47′25″N 72°00′28″W / 46.7903°N 72.0079°W / 46.7903; -72.0079 (Chute-à-Gorry) Société d'énergie Columbus Hydro
Club Bataram 19?? 0.1 Clermont Pourvoirie Charlevoix Hydro
Club des Alcaniens 1981 0.02 Rivière-aux-Rats Club des Alcaniens Shawinigan Hydro
Corbeau 46°18′51″N 75°56′36″W / 46.31417°N 75.94333°W / 46.31417; -75.94333 (Corbeau) Hydro
Côte Sainte-Catherine 1 1995 2 45°24′24″N 73°34′8″W / 45.40667°N 73.56889°W / 45.40667; -73.56889 (Côte Sainte-Catherine) Algonquin Power Hydro [21]
Côte Sainte-Catherine 2 1993 4.8 45°24′24″N 73°34′8″W / 45.40667°N 73.56889°W / 45.40667; -73.56889 (Côte Sainte-Catherine) Algonquin Power Hydro [21]
Côte Sainte-Catherine 3 1995 4.5 45°24′24″N 73°34′8″W / 45.40667°N 73.56889°W / 45.40667; -73.56889 (Côte Sainte-Catherine) Algonquin Power Hydro [21]
Daniel-Larocque (Mont-Laurier) 1912–1987 2.725 46°33′17″N 75°29′59″W / 46.55472°N 75.49972°W / 46.55472; -75.49972 (Mont-Laurier) Algonquin Power Hydro [22]
Donnacona 1913–1997 4.8 46°40′47″N 71°44′43″W / 46.67972°N 71.74528°W / 46.67972; -71.74528 (Donnacona) Algonquin Power Hydro [23]
Drummond 1927–1965 0.6 45°22′51″N 71°57′38″W / 45.38083°N 71.96056°W / 45.38083; -71.96056 (Drummond) Hydro-Sherbrooke Hydro [24]
Dufferin 1958 40 45°35′05″N 75°25′05″W / 45.58472°N 75.41806°W / 45.58472; -75.41806 (Dufferin) Brookfield Renewable Power Hydro [25]
East Angus 1898–1992 2 East Angus Boralex Hydro [26]
Eustis 1986 0.7 45°18′26″N 71°52′52″W / 45.30722°N 71.88111°W / 45.30722; -71.88111 (Eustis) Hydro-Sherbrooke Hydro [27]
Fraser 1992 2.3 47°49′58″N 69°32′04″W / 47.83278°N 69.53444°W / 47.83278; -69.53444 (Fraser) Hydro-Fraser Hydro [28]
Frontenac 1917–1988 2.2 45°24′07″N 71°53′57″W / 45.40194°N 71.89917°W / 45.40194; -71.89917 (Frontenac) Hydro-Sherbrooke Hydro [29]
Grande-Dame, La 1911 1.8 45°16′21″N 72°06′22″W / 45.27250°N 72.10611°W / 45.27250; -72.10611 (Grande-Dame) Hydro-Magog Hydro [30][31]
High Falls (Quebec) 1929 104 45°50′20″N 75°38′50″W / 45.83889°N 75.64722°W / 45.83889; -75.64722 (High Falls) Brookfield Renewable Power Hydro [25]
Hull 1913 12 Gatineau Domtar Hydro
Huntingville 1996 0.5 Sherbrooke Boralex Hydro [26]
Isle-Maligne 1926 402 48°34′37″N 71°38′05″W / 48.57694°N 71.63472°W / 48.57694; -71.63472 (Isle-Maligne) Rio Tinto Alcan Hydro [16]
Jean-Guérin 1998 5.87 46°38′07″N 71°02′42″W / 46.6354°N 71.0449°W / 46.6354; -71.0449 (Jean-Guérin) Société d'énergie Columbus Hydro
Jim-Gray[note 5] 1953 63 48°41′54″N 71°12′46″W / 48.69833°N 71.21278°W / 48.69833; -71.21278 (Jim-Gray) Government of Quebec Hydro [32][33]
Joey-Tanenbaum 1994 17 45°52′42″N 76°41′46″W / 45.8782°N 76.6962°W / 45.8782; -76.6962 (Joey-Tanenbaum) Brookfield Renewable Power Hydro [34]
Jonquière (Joseph-Perron) 1998 4.5 48°25′00″N 71°15′20″W / 48.4167°N 71.2555°W / 48.4167; -71.2555 (Jonquière (Joseph-Perron)) Resolute Forest Products Hydro [9]
Jonquière-N⁰-1 1996 4.5 48°25′18″N 71°15′15″W / 48.4218°N 71.2542°W / 48.4218; -71.2542 (Hydro-Jonquière) Hydro-Jonquière Hydro
L'Anse-Saint-Jean 1995 0.45 48°12′27″N 70°17′05″W / 48.20750°N 70.28472°W / 48.20750; -70.28472 (L'Anse-Saint-Jean) Hydro-Morin Hydro
La Pulpe 1997 3.7 48°24′39″N 68°33′11″W / 48.4108°N 68.5530°W / 48.4108; -68.5530 (La Pulpe) Boralex Hydro [35]
La Sarre-1 1994 1.1 La Sarre Hydro-Abitibi Hydro
La Sarre-2 1995 0.7 La Sarre Hydro-Abitibi Hydro
Lebreux 1995 1.1 48°09′20″N 65°20′48″W / 48.15556°N 65.34667°W / 48.15556; -65.34667 (Lebreux) Hydro Canomore Hydro [36]
Low 1994 0.4 Low Hydro Low Hydro
Magpie River 2008 40.6 50°19′25″N 64°27′19″W / 50.32361°N 64.45528°W / 50.32361; -64.45528 (Magpie) Hydromega Hydro [37]
Maquatua 1985 1.1 Wemindji Sakami Eeyou Corporation Hydro
Masson 1933 105 45°33′36″N 75°25′20″W / 45.56000°N 75.42222°W / 45.56000; -75.42222 (Masson) Brookfield Renewable Power Hydro [25]
McDougall 1925 8.5 46°44′27″N 71°41′55″W / 46.74083°N 71.69861°W / 46.74083; -71.69861 (McDougall) Boralex Hydro [38]
Memphrémagog 1910 1.9 45°15′46″N 72°08′40″W / 45.26278°N 72.14444°W / 45.26278; -72.14444 (Memphrémagog) Hydro-Magog, Hydro-Sherbrooke Hydro [39]
Minakshuk 2000 9.9 Dolbeau-Mistassini Hydro-Ilnu Hydro [40]
Montmagny 1996 2.1 Montmagny Innergex Hydro [15]
Moulin Melbourne 2003 0.12 Melbourne 9067-8780 Québec Hydro [17]
Moulin-aux-Abénakis 1997 0.4 Sainte-Claire de Bellechasse Hubert Lacoste Hydro [17][41]
Murdock-Wilson 1957 55 48°28′00″N 71°14′12″W / 48.46667°N 71.23667°W / 48.46667; -71.23667 (Murdoch-Wilson) Resolute Forest Products Hydro [9]
Onatchiway 1925 1 48°53′34″N 71°02′16″W / 48.8929°N 71.0377°W / 48.8929; -71.0377 (Onatchiway) Resolute Forest Products Hydro [9]
Paton 1927 1.7 45°24′15″N 71°53′50″W / 45.40417°N 71.89722°W / 45.40417; -71.89722 (Paton) Hydro-Sherbrooke Hydro [42]
Penman 1985 2 Coaticook Town of Coaticook Hydro [43]
Pentecôte 1999 2 Port-Cartier Algonquin Power Hydro
Petite High Falls 1999 0.5 45°32′02″N 75°37′30″W / 45.5340°N 75.6250°W / 45.5340; -75.6250 (Petite High Falls) Hydro Norbyco Hydro
Petites-Bergeronnes 1994 4.2 48°15′57″N 69°37′47″W / 48.2657°N 69.6296°W / 48.2657; -69.6296 (Petites-Bergeronnes) Société d'énergie Columbus Hydro
Pont-Arnaud 1913-2011 8.0 48°24′27″N 71°07′29″W / 48.4075°N 71.1246°W / 48.4075; -71.1246 (Pont-Arnaud) City of Saguenay Hydro [19][20]
Portneuf 1 1996 8 48°39′28″N 69°07′57″W / 48.6579°N 69.1324°W / 48.6579; -69.1324 (PN-1) Innergex Hydro [15]
Portneuf-2 1996 9.9 48°39′20″N 69°10′36″W / 48.6555°N 69.1766°W / 48.6555; -69.1766 (PN-2) Innergex Hydro
Portneuf-3 1996 8 48°41′29″N 69°20′21″W / 48.6913°N 69.3391°W / 48.6913; -69.3391 (PN-3) Innergex Hydro
Pourvoirie Domaine Touristique La Tuque 2002 0.1 La Tuque Pourvoirie Domaine La Tuque Hydro
Rawdon Dam 1994 2.5 46°02′45″N 73°43′50″W / 46.04583°N 73.73056°W / 46.04583; -73.73056 (Rawdon) Algonquin Power Hydro [44]
Rivière-du-Loup Dam 1885–1995 2.6 47°49′59″N 69°31′52″W / 47.83306°N 69.53111°W / 47.83306; -69.53111 (Rivière-du-Loup) Algonquin Power Hydro [28][45]
Rock Forest 1911–2000 2.7 45°20′31″N 71°59′37″W / 45.34194°N 71.99361°W / 45.34194; -71.99361 (Rock Forest) Hydro-Sherbrooke Hydro [46]
RSP-1 1954–1993 1 48°44′06″N 69°03′54″W / 48.7349°N 69.0650°W / 48.7349; -69.0650 (RSP-1/RSP-3) Boralex Hydro [47]
RSP-2 1995 6 48°43′57″N 69°10′17″W / 48.7325°N 69.1715°W / 48.7325; -69.1715 (RSP-2) Boralex Hydro [47]
RSP-3 1995 5.5 48°44′06″N 69°03′54″W / 48.7349°N 69.0650°W / 48.7349; -69.0650 (RSP-1/RSP-3) Boralex Hydro [47]
S.P.C. (Chute-Blanchette) 1957 38 48°24′46″N 71°06′02″W / 48.4127°N 71.1005°W / 48.4127; -71.1005 (S.P.C. (Chute-Blanchette)) Elkem Métal Canada Hydro
Saint-Alban Dam 1901–1996 8.2 46°42′38″N 72°04′36″W / 46.71056°N 72.07667°W / 46.71056; -72.07667 (Saint-Alban) Algonquin Power Hydro [48]
Saint-Jérôme 1888–1997 1.5 45°48′33″N 74°01′47″W / 45.80917°N 74.02972°W / 45.80917; -74.02972 (Saint-Jérôme) Mini-Centrales de l'Est Hydro
Saint-Jovite 1985 0.3 Saint-Jovite Les Apôtres de l'Amour Infini Hydro
Saint-Lambert 1996 6 Saint-Lambert Boralex Hydro [49]
Saint-Paul 1986 0.9 45°08′20″N 71°48′30″W / 45.13889°N 71.80833°W / 45.13889; -71.80833 (Saint-Paul) Hydro-Coaticook Hydro
Chute-à-Magnan (Saint-Paulin) 1994 7.7 Saint-Paulin Innergex Hydro [15]
Saint-Raphaël Dam 1994 3.5 46°47′54″N 70°44′55″W / 46.79833°N 70.74861°W / 46.79833; -70.74861 (Saint-Raphael) Algonquin Power Hydro [50]
Sainte-Brigitte Dam 1994 4.2 46°01′47″N 72°28′49″W / 46.02972°N 72.48028°W / 46.02972; -72.48028 (Sainte-Brigitte-des-Sault) Algonquin Power Hydro [51]
Sainte-Marguerite-1 and I-B 1993 30.1 50°11′51″N 66°38′11″W / 50.1974°N 66.6363°W / 50.1974; -66.6363 (SM-1) Hydromega Hydro [52][53]
Sainte-Marguerite-2 1954 19.3 50°12′46″N 66°39′39″W / 50.2129°N 66.6607°W / 50.2129; -66.6607 (SM-2) Iron Ore Company of Canada Hydro
Shipshaw Power Station 1943 896 48°26′54″N 71°12′54″W / 48.44833°N 71.21500°W / 48.44833; -71.21500 (Shipshaw) Rio Tinto Alcan Hydro [16]
T.-D.-Bouchard Dam (St-Hyacinthe) 1995 2.25 45°37′15″N 72°57′20″W / 45.62083°N 72.95556°W / 45.62083; -72.95556 (T.-D.-Bouchard) Algonquin Power Hydro [54]
Thibaudeau-Ricard 1997 4.9 Shawinigan Thibaudeau-Ricard Hydro
W.R. Beatty 1917–1995 11 45°55′08″N 76°55′13″W / 45.9189°N 76.9204°W / 45.9189; -76.9204 (W.R. Beatty) Brookfield Renewable Power Hydro [34]
Weedon 1915 3.825 45°39′41″N 71°27′49″W / 45.66139°N 71.46361°W / 45.66139; -71.46361 (Weedon) Hydro-Sherbrooke Hydro [55]
Westbury 1929 4.8 45°29′52″N 71°37′12″W / 45.49778°N 71.62000°W / 45.49778; -71.62000 (Westbury) Hydro-Sherbrooke Hydro [56]
Windsor 1996 5.5 Windsor Innergex Hydro [15]

Other Renewables[edit]

Wind[edit]

List of wind farms in Quebec.

Name Date Capacity (MW) Location Owner Type Ref
Baie-des-Sables Wind Farm 2006 109.5 48°42′08″N 67°52′21″W / 48.7022°N 67.8725°W / 48.7022; -67.8725 (Baie-des-Sables Wind Farm) Cartier Wind Energy Wind [57][58]
Carleton Wind Farm 2008 109.5 48°12′10″N 66°07′42″W / 48.2027°N 66.1283°W / 48.2027; -66.1283 (Carleton Wind Farm) Cartier Wind Energy Wind [57][59]
Site nordique expérimental en éolien CORUS 2010 4.1 Gaspé Wind Energy TechnoCentre Wind [60][61]
De l'Érable Wind Farm 2013 100 46°05′49″N 71°38′51″W / 46.0970°N 71.6476°W / 46.0970; -71.6476 (De L'Érable Wind Farm) Enerfin Wind [57][62]
Des Moulins Wind Project 2013 156 46°10′26″N 71°21′05″W / 46.1739°N 71.3513°W / 46.1739; -71.3513 (Des Moulins Wind Farm) Invenergy Wind [57]
Gros-Morne 2011 211.5 49°12′23″N 65°26′54″W / 49.2063°N 65.4483°W / 49.2063; -65.4483 (Gros-Morne Wind Farm) Cartier Wind Energy Wind [57][63][64]
Jardin d'Eole Wind Farm 2009 127.5 48°43′37″N 67°37′51″W / 48.7269°N 67.6307°W / 48.7269; -67.6307 (Jardin d'Eole Wind Farm) Northland Power Wind [57][65][66]
L'Anse-à-Valleau Wind Farm 2007 100.5 49°05′38″N 64°39′13″W / 49.0938°N 64.6536°W / 49.0938; -64.6536 (Anse-à-Valleau Wind Farm) Cartier Wind Energy Wind [57][67]
Lac Alfred Wind Project 2013 300 48°23′21″N 67°45′06″W / 48.3892°N 67.7517°W / 48.3892; -67.7517 (Lac-Alfred Wind Farm) EDF Énergies Nouvelles / Enbridge Wind [57][68]
Le Nordais (Cap-Chat) 1998 57 Cap-Chat TransAlta Wind [69]
Le Nordais (Matane) 1999 42.75 Matane TransAlta Wind [69]
Le Plateau Wind Farm[note 6] 2012 138.6 48°02′15″N 67°27′58″W / 48.0375°N 67.4662°W / 48.0375; -67.4662 (Le Plateau Wind Farm) Invenergy Wind [57][70]
Massif du Sud Wind Project 2013 150 46°34′49″N 70°26′24″W / 46.5804°N 70.4399°W / 46.5804; -70.4399 (Massif-du-Sud Wind Project) EDF Énergies Nouvelles / Enbridge Wind [57][68][71][72]
Montagne-Sèche 2011 58.5 49°10′45″N 64°57′12″W / 49.1792°N 64.9534°W / 49.1792; -64.9534 (Montagne-Sèche Wind Farm) Cartier Wind Energy Wind [57][73]
Mont-Louis 2011 100.5 49°12′03″N 65°39′26″W / 49.2009°N 65.6573°W / 49.2009; -65.6573 (Mont-Louis Wind Farm) Northland Power Wind [57][74]
Mount Copper 2005 54 Murdochville NextEra Energy Resources Wind [75][76]
Mount Miller 2005 54 Murdochville NextEra Energy Resources Wind [77]
Montérégie Wind Farm 2012 101.2 45°17′58″N 73°36′27″W / 45.2994°N 73.6074°W / 45.2994; -73.6074 (Montérégie Wind Farm) Kruger Inc. Wind [57][78]
New Richmond Wind Farm 2013 67.8 48°12′47″N 65°41′10″W / 48.2131°N 65.6860°W / 48.2131; -65.6860 (New Richmond Wind Farm) TransAlta Wind [57][79]
Saint-Robert-Bellarmin Wind Project 2012 80 45°41′32″N 70°32′56″W / 45.6923°N 70.5490°W / 45.6923; -70.5490 (Saint-Robert-Bellarmin Wind Project) EDF Énergies Nouvelles / Enbridge Wind [57][80]
Seigneurie de Beaupré 2/3 Wind Farm 2013 271.8 47°22′20″N 70°51′39″W / 47.3721°N 70.8609°W / 47.3721; -70.8609 (Seigneurie de Beaupré 2/3 Wind Farm) Boralex / Gaz Métro Wind [57][81]
Saint-Damase Community Wind Project 2013 24 48°37′46″N 67°51′56″W / 48.6295°N 67.8655°W / 48.6295; -67.8655 (Saint-Damase Wind Farm) Municipality of Saint-Damase / Algonquin Power Wind [57][82]
Viger-Denonville Community Wind Farm 2013 24.6 47°55′07″N 69°13′04″W / 47.9185°N 69.2177°W / 47.9185; -69.2177 (Viger-Denonville Wind Farm) Rivière du Loup RCM / Innergex Wind [57][83]
Saint-Ulric 1998 2.25 Saint-Ulric Hydro-Québec Production Wind [84]

Biomass[edit]

List of biomass and waste generating stations in Quebec.

Name Date Capacity (MW) Location Owner Type Ref
Brompton Biomass Cogen. 2007 19 45°28′51″N 71°57′08″W / 45.4808°N 71.9521°W / 45.4808; -71.9521 (Brompton Biomass Cogen.) Kruger Energy Biomass [85]
Dolbeau Biomass Cogen. 2012 26.5 48°52′48″N 72°13′04″W / 48.8800°N 72.2178°W / 48.8800; -72.2178 (Dolbeau Biomass Cogen.) Resolute Forest Products Biomass [86]
Haute-Yamaska, Roland Thibault 2012-2013 3 45°27′49″N 72°46′50″W / 45.4637°N 72.7806°W / 45.4637; -72.7806 (Terreau Biogaz) Terreau Biogaz Waste [87]
Chapais Énergie 27 Chapais Chapais Énergie, s.e.c. Biomass [88][89]
Fibrek Saint-Félicien 42.5 48°44′44″N 72°30′45″W / 48.7456°N 72.5124°W / 48.7456; -72.5124 (Fibrek St-Félicien) Fibrek Biomass [90]
Saint-Nicéphore 2012 7.6 45°49′10″N 72°22′31″W / 45.8194°N 72.3754°W / 45.8194; -72.3754 (Saint-Nicéphore Landfill) Waste Management, Inc Waste [91]
Saint-Thomas 2012 9.35 46°03′52″N 73°15′10″W / 46.0645°N 73.2528°W / 46.0645; -73.2528 (Saint-Thomas Landfill) EBI Énergie Waste [92]
Senneterre 2000 34.6 Senneterre Boralex Biomass [93]
Témiscaming mill 2008 8.1 46°42′40″N 79°05′47″W / 46.7111°N 79.0963°W / 46.7111; -79.0963 (Témiscaming Mill) Tembec Biomass [94]
Thurso Cogeneration Plant 2012 24.3 45°36′03″N 75°15′20″W / 45.6008°N 75.2555°W / 45.6008; -75.2555 (Thurso Cogen Mill) Fortress Specialty Cellulose Biomass

Nuclear[edit]

List of nuclear generating stations in Quebec.

Name Date Capacity (MW) Location Owner Type Ref
Gentilly Nuclear Generating Station[95] 1983 635 46°23′42″N 72°21′21″W / 46.39500°N 72.35583°W / 46.39500; -72.35583 (Gentilly-2) Hydro-Québec Nuclear [96]

Fossil fuel[edit]

List of fossil fuel generating stations in Quebec.

Name Date Capacity (MW) Location Owner Type Ref
Bécancour gas turbine 1994 411 46°23′31″N 72°21′8″W / 46.39194°N 72.35222°W / 46.39194; -72.35222 (Bécancour gas turbine) Hydro-Québec Diesel [97]
Cadillac gas turbine[note 7] 1976 162 48°12′51″N 78°17′59″W / 48.21417°N 78.29972°W / 48.21417; -78.29972 (Cadillac) Hydro-Québec Diesel [97][98]
La Citière gas turbine 1980 309 45°24′55″N 73°26′14″W / 45.41528°N 73.43722°W / 45.41528; -73.43722 (La Citière) Hydro-Québec Diesel [97][99]
Tracy Thermal Generating Station 1964–1968 660 45°59′50″N 73°10′20″W / 45.99722°N 73.17222°W / 45.99722; -73.17222 (Tracy (decommissioned)) Hydro-Québec Fuel oil [97][100][101]
Bécancour cogeneration project (TCE)[note 8] 2006 550 46°22′2″N 72°24′15″W / 46.36722°N 72.40417°W / 46.36722; -72.40417 (Bécancour-TCE (mothballed)) TransCanada Natural gas [102][103][104]

Off-grid[edit]

List of all generating stations serving loads not connected to the main North American power grid.

Name Construction[105] Capacity (MW) Location Owner Type Ref
Cap-aux-Meules generating station 1992 67.0 47°22′26″N 61°53′07″W / 47.37389°N 61.88528°W / 47.37389; -61.88528 Hydro-Québec Distribution Fuel oil [106]
Île-d'Entrée 1992 1.2 Entry Island Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Akulivik[note 9] pre-1981 0.9 Akulivik Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107][108]
Aupaluk pre-1981 0.8 Aupaluk Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Blanc-Sablon[note 10] n/a 4.9 Blanc-Sablon Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Clova pre-1981 0.5 Clova Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Inukjuak pre-1981 3.0 Inukjuak Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Ivujivik 1985 1.0 Ivujivik Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Kangiqsualujjuaq 1986 2.0 Kangiqsualujjuaq Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Kangiqsujuaq 1981 1.5 Kangiqsujuaq Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Kangirsuk 1987 1.4 Kangirsuk Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Kuujjuaq 2010 6.6 Kuujjuaq Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [109]
Kuujjuarapik 2002 3.4 Kuujjuarapik Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
La Romaine[110][note 11] 1967 5.8 La Romaine Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
La Tabatière[note 10] n/a 6.8 La Tabatière Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Lac-Robertson[note 12] 1995 21.6 50°59′56″N 59°03′42″W / 50.99889°N 59.06167°W / 50.99889; -59.06167 (Lac-Robertson) Hydro-Québec Distribution Hydro [2]
Opitciwan 1975 4.9 Opitciwan Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Port-Menier 1992 2.8 Port-Menier Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Puvirnituk pre-1981 2.9 Puvirnituk Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Quaqtaq 1987 1.1 Quaqtaq Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Salluit 1990 3 Salluit Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Schefferville[note 13] 6.8 Schefferville Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
St-Augustin[note 10] n/a 0.4 St-Augustin[disambiguation needed] Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Tasiujaq pre-1981 0.9 Tasiujaq Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Umiujaq 1988 1.1 Umiujaq Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]
Wemotaci[110][note 14] n/a 2.2 Wemotaci Hydro-Québec Distribution Diesel [107]

See also[edit]

Notes and References[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The four units located in Ontario are owned by Ontario Power Generation.
  2. ^ Owned and operated by Hydro-Québec Distribution
  3. ^ The addition of a third unit is planned.
  4. ^ Also known as Winneway
  5. ^ Resolute Forest Products' water power lease for this facility was terminated by the Government of Quebec as of December 31, 2011
  6. ^ A 23 MW expansion is scheduled for 2013.
  7. ^ The Cadillac gas turbine is temporarily used as a synchronous condenser to supply reactive power on the Abitibi regional grid until its scheduled retirement in 2014.
  8. ^ Mothballed until 2016.
  9. ^ A new 2,028 kW plant is under construction and is scheduled to be in service in 2015.
  10. ^ a b c Back-up generators.
  11. ^ The community will be connected to the main power grid in 2012. The power plant will be maintained in cold storage.
  12. ^ Owned and operated by Hydro-Québec Distribution
  13. ^ This community is supplied by the Mehinek hydroelectric generating station in Labrador. Diesel generators are used as backups.
  14. ^ The community was connected to the grid on September 17, 2008. The diesel plant was dismantled.

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