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Greenleaf Power buys Quebec cogen plant

October 28, 2013, Sacramento, Calif. – Greenleaf Power has confirmed their purchase of the St-Félicien Cogeneration Power Plant from Enel Green Power. Enel has owned the 21 MW power plant in St-Félicien, Quebec since its inception in 2001.


October 28, 2013
By Canadian Biomass

October 28, 2013, Sacramento, Calif. – Greenleaf Power has
confirmed their purchase of the St-Félicien Cogeneration Power Plant from Enel
Green Power. Enel has owned the 21 MW power plant in St-Félicien, Quebec since
its inception in 2001.

The acquisition of the St-Félicien plant marks the first
renewable energy power plant owned by Greenleaf Power outside of the United
States. The addition of the St-Félicien facility gives Greenleaf Power close to
145 MW of renewable energy assets.

The plant, located approximately 300km north of Montréal,
supplies enough power for approximately 23,000 homes thanks to a long-term
distribution agreement with the Government of Quebec.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.  

 


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