MONTREAL, June 27, 2011 /CNW Telbec/ - This summer, once again, the
public is invited to enjoy free tours of Hydro-Québec's facilities,
which include some of the most spectacular structures in the world!
There are 13 facilities to visit: 13 ways to learn more about
electricity, energy and the environment while discovering our heritage.
Whether it's Robert-Bourassa generating facility in the Baie-James
region, the Daniel-Johnson dam in Côte-Nord, Beauharnois generating
station in Montérégie, Carillon generating station on the Rivière des
Outaouais (Ottawa River) or the Électrium on the south shore of
Montréal, technology and nature are always a winning combination!
This summer, you can also visit the jobsite of the Romaine-2 development
in the Côte-Nord region. A unique opportunity to let yourself get
caught up in the excitement of a construction site in full swing!
For more information on Hydro-Québec's guided tours, go to www.hydroquebec.com/visit.
Take advantage of summer to visit Hydro-Québec's facilities, since many
of them will only be open to the public until the end of August.
For further information:
Louis-Olivier Batty, Press Officer
Tel : (514) 289-4214
Email : Batty.Louis-Olivier@hydro.qc.ca
Press room : http://www.hydroquebec.com/media