A vestige of the beginnings of research on alternative energies in the province of Quebec, this 110 meter-high giant was an important step in the development of wind power.
Built in the mid-1980s, Eole is the tallest wind turbine in the world! Since 1993 Eole has stopped running and is now open to the public.
In addition to being a place of entertainment, the Eole Interpretation Centre aims to introduce the public to the story of development of wind energy in Quebec and elsewhere in the world.
Along with the transmission of knowledge, the discovery and interpretation of the Eole site through various initiatives and activities. The site is also intended to be a leading cultural center for the Gaspesie region.