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Innergex is a leading Canadian independent renewable power producer. We have been active since 1990 in developing, owning, and operating run-of-river hydroelectric facilities, wind farms, and solar photovoltaic farms and we carry out operations in Québec, Ontario, British Columbia, and Idaho, USA. We strive for sustainability in all aspects of our business: the energy we produce, the contribution we make to local communities, the revenues we generate, and the returns we provide to investors. Our shares are listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol “INE”.

 

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Innergex currently operates 26 run-of-river power plants, 6 wind farms and 1 solar farm, for a total net installed capacity of 687 MW. Respect for community expectations has been integrated in the development and operation of each site, with special emphasis on local partnerships.

 

Recent and upcoming events

The Kanaka Bar Indian Band signs a revenue sharing agreement for the Kwoiek Creek project
2014-07-16
The Kanaka Bar Indian Band signs a revenue sharing agreement for the Kwoiek Creek project

On July 10th, 2014, a celebration was held for an agreement between the B.C. government and the Kanaka Bar Indian Band that will allow Kanaka Bar to share revenue from the Kwoiek Creek Hydroelectric Project. Innergex, the project partner and operator, took the opportunity to arrange a tour of the facility located near Lytton, B.C. Guests, including the Honourable John Rustad, Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation in B.C., were very enthusiastic to learn more about run-of-river hydroelectricity.


The revenue-sharing agreement is enabled by B.C.'s First Nations Clean Energy Business Fund, which aims to promote increased First Nations participation in the clean-energy sector.


Photo: Richard Blanchet, Senior Vice President – Western Region, CEO Michel Letellier, BC Members of the legislative Assembly, Kanaka Bar Indian Band Chief James Frank, the Honourable John Rustad, Minister of Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation in British Columbia, BC Hydro representatives, and Matt Kennedy, Vice President, Environment – Western Region.

Innergex sponsors the Pemberton Chamber and Rotary Golf Tournament
2014-06-26
Innergex sponsors the Pemberton Chamber and Rotary Golf Tournament

On June 23, Innergex participated in the 9th Pemberton & District Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club of Pemberton Golf Tournament, an annual charity event Innergex has been sponsoring for several years now. 

Picture : Lil’wat First Nation Chief Lucinda Phillips, Member of the Legislative Assembly and Pemberton’s former mayor Jordan Sturdy, and Richard Blanchet, Innergex’s Senior Vice President – Western Region.

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