1976-02-01

The James Bay Hydro-Electric Development 760419

The James Bay Hydro-electric Project, presently under construction in northern Québec, is one of the world's largest energy developments. Four major powerhouses are planned to produce 10,000 Mw. There are six reservoirs with 147 earth and rockfill dams containing 203.5 million yd3 of material and extending 60 miles in total length. Construction is over a 12-year period.

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