Montréal, March 13, 2018
Press ReleaseAdjusted net income totaled $2,891 million, up $30 million from $2,861 million in 2016. This strong result is mainly due to net electricity exports of more than 34 TWh—a record ...
Request for proposals for the purchase of 6 MW of wind power: Hydro-Québec Distribution selects a proposal
Montréal, March 9, 2018
Press ReleaseHydro-Québec Distribution has announced that it has selected a proposal under request for proposal No. A/P 2015-01, issued on October 23, 2015, for the purchase of wind power produced in ...
Montréal, March 7, 2018
Press ReleaseHydro-Québec has upheld its commitment to keep rate increases no higher than inflation for the third year running.
Montréal, March 6, 2018
Press ReleaseThe National Energy Board (NEB) has granted Hydro-Québec a permit to build and operate its Québec–New Hampshire international power transmission line.
March 1, 2018
NewsAbout 220 Hydro-Québec employees are driving to New England to prevent power outages that could occur this friday
Montréal, March 1, 2018
Press ReleaseHydro-Québec announces a new milestone in the development of power line inspection robots with the unveiling of a functional prototype of its new robotic platform, the LineRanger.
Montreal, February 28, 2018
Press ReleaseMontreal, February 28, 2018 -- Hydro-Québec announces that it has negotiated on the Canadian domestic market the issue of CA$500,000,000 of debentures, Series JQ, maturing on February 15, 2055.
Lac-Mégantic, February 23, 2018
Press ReleaseVille de Lac-Mégantic and Hydro-Québec are teaming up to build a microgrid in the municipality’s new downtown.
Montréal, February 16, 2018
Press ReleaseHydro-Québec’s energy has once again been selected in the Massachusetts clean energy request for proposals process. In view of signing a contract for the supply of 9.45 TWh of clean ...
Montréal, February 14, 2018
NewsHydro-Québec takes the necessary steps to supply power to its customers at all times. Every year, Hydro-Québec does over 200,000 maintenance tasks on the grid—more than 185,000 while the lines ...