Hydro-Quebec, a public utility in Canada, has chosen three wind farms operated by EDF Renewables North America for wind power supply deals. EDF Renewables has been given three out of the seven wind power supply deals, under two calls for tenders that were introduced in Dec 2021. With a total capacity of 570 MW, the three wind farms represent half of the overall wind capacity awarded. Hydro-Quebec contracted the Madawaska wind project, Foret Domaniale, and Haute-Chaudiere wind project, which would be launched in Dec 2026. The chosen projects will back its CAP 2030 strategy, which aims to expand its global net clean power capacity from 28 GW to 60 GW by 2030. The 270 MW Madawaska wind facility is situated in the Lower St Lawrence region in the Regional County Municipality of Temiscouata. It is being developed by EDF Renewables in collaboration with the Alliance de l'energie de l'Est and Hydro-Quebec. The 180 MW Foret Domaniale wind farm, positioned in the Chaudiere-Appalaches region in the Regional County Municipality of Montmagny, is being developed with the help of Alliance de l'energie de l'Est. The 120 MW Haute-Chaudiere, positioned in the Eastern Townships region, is being developed with the help of the Regional County Municipality of Granit. Original Source: NS Energy, http://www.nsenergybusiness.com.