Quebec, Canada, February 1980. The James Bay Project, a series of hydroelectric power stations on the La Grande River in northwestern Quebec, Canada, built by the state-owned utility Hydro-Quebec. The project covers an area of the size of the State of New York and is one of the largest hydroelectric systems in the world, with a generating capacity of 16,527 megawatts. - Workers installing the water powered turbines.
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