The wind farm projects are currently developed by the consortium Saint-Laurent Énergies, a Montreal based wind energy company jointly owned by EEN Canada, RES Canada and Hydroméga Services.

The contract guarantees a minimum purchase capacity of 748 MW of wind power.

In May 2008, Saint-Laurent Énergies with REpower as wind turbine supplier was awarded the contract tendered by Hydro-Québec Distribution for five wind farm projects across Québec, comprising of up to 477 REpower MM82/92 wind turbines to be installed between 2011 and 2015. REpower is also responsible for commissioning the wind turbines.