And the award for the most electricity generation from renewable electricity goes to… Quebec! A majority of the credit goes to the hydroelectric dams in the province as they produce over 90% of Quebec’s electricity generation. However, Quebec’s favourable conditions for renewable energy goes beyond hydropower. The province has high solar potential, ranking fourth out of the thirteen provinces and territories and has many regions with excellent wind potential. In fact, wind power is Quebec’s second biggest source of electricity, making up about 5% of its total generation. Quebec has a vertically integrated electricity management system; HydroQuebec is the publicly owned utility that manages electricity in the province.