Wind energy,at the forefront of the energy transition.

Wind energy is a renewable, sustainable and clean energy. It requires no fuel, creates no greenhouse gases and produces no toxic or radioactive waste. Wind energy fights against climate change and helps maintain the biodiversity of natural environments.


Wind turbines represent a very old form of wind exploitation. However, their operating principles were not established until the beginning of the 20th century, and it was not until the 1970s and 2000s that we saw the development of today’s wind turbines, with an important evolution in their use around the world, in their size and power, and in their design. We have gone from small isolated machines for water pumping to large multi-megawatt wind farms connected to the grid. 


Hydromega develops its renewable energy projects in partnership with local communities, municipalities, MRCs and First Nations in order to generate substantial revenues for the local environment.

Extremely competitive, wind energy lends itself particularly well to these large-scale partnerships. Current wind energy technologies make it possible to implement projects in areas with average wind speeds and good yields, which was not the case a few years ago. This makes wind energy accessible and desirable (since it is less expensive than other energies) in most local areas in Quebec and Ontario. When wind is not the primary energy resource, solar energy, biogas or hydroelectricity are sometimes viable solutions.

Example: Wind energy is now the least expensive energy source in Quebec. Hydromega has participated in the construction of hundreds of wind turbines throughout Quebec for a total production of nearly 500 installed wind turbines.

Hydromega is a supplier of innovative energy solutions that will optimize the potential of your territories.