Whether selecting prospective projects to develop or negotiating acquisitions, we must maintain a balance between incurred risks and expected returns. Over the years, Innergex has certainly developed a business model founded on rigorous risk management. However, it seeks not so much to eliminate all risks, but rather to choose and to astutely manage which risks to take, in areas where its specific expertise gives it a competitive advantage: in the incubation and development of projects. That’s where it creates value. That’s also where the risk-return trade-off is most attractive.