Innergex is an independent renewable power producer which develops, acquires, owns and operates hydroelectric facilities, wind farms, solar farms and energy storage facilities. As a global corporation, we conduct operations in Canada, the United States, France, and Chile.
We manage a large portfolio of assets currently consisting of interests in 86 operating facilities with a net installed capacity of 3,595 MW (gross 4,226 MW), including 40 hydroelectric facilities, 35 wind farms, 9 solar farms, and 2 battery energy storage facilities.
We also hold interests in 12 projects under development and several prospective projects at different stages of development. Respecting the environment and balancing the best interests of the host communities, our partners, and our investors are at the heart of our development strategy.
Building a better world with renewable energy.
We believe in a better world where abundant renewable energy promotes healthier communities and creates shared prosperity. Innergex contributes to this vision by leveraging its long-term commitment, proven expertise, entrepreneurial spirit, and innovative approach. We will continue to generate value for our employees, our shareholders, our partners and our host communities today to contribute to a more sustainable world for future generations. We remain committed to responsible growth that balances people, our planet, and prosperity. We believe in offering an engaging, inclusive and supportive work environment where each team member can thrive.
Engaging with local and Indigenous communities
Innergex has made social acceptance a cornerstone of its development strategy and has a successful track record of building long-lasting relationships with local and Indigenous communities. This has proven to be an incredible lever for growth over the years, and it has enabled us to build successful projects that are fully aligned with our sustainable development principles. Whether in the form of shared economic benefits, employment opportunities, shared ownership, or partnership agreements, we recognize our responsibility to help share socio-economic opportunities with local communities.
Founded in 1990, Innergex is a leading independent renewable power producer specializing in hydro, wind, and solar energies. For almost three decades we’ve not only developed a solid reputation in the renewable energy sector, we’ve grown from a small independent energy producer to a global corporation now operating in Canada, the United States, France, and Chile.
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Michel Letellier, MBA
Increasing renewable energy production to sustain future generations has been a passion for Michel Letellier for nearly three decades. Since 1997, he has been a driving force at Innergex Renewable Energy Inc., first as Vice President – Finance, then as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer before being appointed President and Chief Executive Officer in 2007. His leadership of the Corporation’s business activities has led to sound financial management and long-term sustainability, growing Innergex into a global energy producer respected by industry peers. Under Mr. Letellier’s strategic direction, the Corporation has become a leader in the renewable energy industry, with activities on three continents.
Mr. Letellier holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) degree from Université du Québec à Montréal (1986) and a Master of Business Administration degree from Université de Sherbrooke (1988) and is a member of the Board of Directors of CN.
Jean Trudel, MBA
Jean Trudel joined Innergex in 2002. Prior to being appointed Chief Financial Officer, he occupied various functions at Innergex including M&A, accounting, financing, capital structure optimization, investor relations, communications, up to overseeing the development strategy across all markets, including acquisitions, financing and project development as the Chief Investment and Development Officer from 2015 to 2022.
Prior to joining Innergex, Mr. Trudel worked for Sun Life Insurance Company of Canada (formerly Clarica) from 1999 to 2002 as Director, Investment Project Financing for Quebec and Atlantic Canada. Prior to that, Mr. Trudel spent three years as a member of the Corporate Banking Group at Bank of Nova Scotia. Mr. Trudel holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) degree from HEC Montréal (1993) and a Master of Business Administration degree from Queen’s University (1996).
Yves Baribeault, P. Eng., LL.B., MBA
Yves Baribeault joined Innergex in 2009. As Chief Legal Officer and Secretary since 2021, Mr. Baribeault works closely with the Board of Directors and the management team to develop and implement corporate governance procedures. He is also responsible for managing legal affairs related to the Corporation’s operations and development, including the acquisition of new projects and matters related to securities and corporate law.
Prior to joining Innergex, Mr. Baribeault worked at Air Liquide Canada Inc. for over 12 years, where he held positions with increasing responsibilities and ultimately as Assistant Corporate Secretary and Legal Counsel. Before that, he was Chief of Labour Relations at G.U.S. Canada and worked in private practice for various Montreal legal firms. Mr. Baribeault has a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering (1986) and Bachelor of Law (1990) from the Université de Sherbrooke as well as a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (International Finance and Administration) from the École des Hautes Études Commerciales de Montréal (1998). He is a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec since 1986 and of the Barreau du Québec since 1991.
Alexandra Boislard-Pépin, MBA
As Chief Human Resources Officer, Alexandra Boislard-Pépin is responsible for oversight and governance of all Human Resources matters according to the company’s guiding principles reflected in its ESG practices and in compliance with its 3 Ps philosophy (People, Planet and Prosperity) since 2020. She provides leadership in people, talent acquisition and development, executive compensation, organizational health, pension & benefits and change management while playing a strategic role with the Human Resources Committee. She has 25 years of HR experience.
Prior to joining Innergex, Ms. Boislard-Pépin worked at Aimia Inc. where she notably held the position of Vice President, Talent and Culture. Previously, she worked at Yellow Pages after having spent 14 years progressing at Pratt & Whitney Canada. Ms. Boislard-Pépin began her career at Takeda Pharmaceuticals. She holds a bachelor’s degree with the Highest Honors in economics from the University of Ottawa (1998) and obtained a MBA from HEC Montréal in 2002. She has been a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP) since 2009. Involved in her community, she also serves on the Board of Directors of the Théâtre de la Ville since 2022.
Pascale Tremblay, Eng. M.Eng.
Pascale Tremblay joined Innergex in 2021. As Chief Asset Officer, she assumes the leadership of the Technical Services, Construction, Procurement, Asset Performance, and Health and Safety teams. She deploys her extensive experience in engineering both in the aerospace and hydropower sectors, as well as her leadership, managerial, and analysis skills to support our strategy to maximize value from our quality assets and optimize operations.
Prior to joining Innergex, Ms. Tremblay held a range of operational roles at Pratt & Whitney Canada for 23 years and the latest as Vice-President Customer Service Operations. She previously worked for 9 years as a project manager in the hydroelectric sector for Tecsult, an Engineering consultant firm, including at various James Bay sites. She holds a Master’s degree in Engineering Management (1998) and a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering (1990) both from Université de Sherbrooke. She is a member of the l’Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ) since 1990.
Patrick Beaudoin, CPA
Patrick Beaudoin joined Innergex in 2018 (with the acquisition of Cartier Énergie Éolienne inc.) As Vice President – Asset Optimization and Procurement, he leads the procurement team and supervises a team of managers coordinating the financial, contractual, technical and operational aspects of the company’s assets.
Mr. Beaudoin has 28 years of experience in various functions and organizations, including the last 15 years in the renewable energy sector, where he has demonstrated his skills in strategic management and value creation, with notable achievements in various performance optimization initiatives.
Prior to joining Innergex, Mr. Beaudoin held the position of Corporate Controller at Cartier Wind Energy since 2006. He was responsible for financial management and all accounting, tax, administrative and risk management activities. He was actively involved in the development, construction and operation of all Cartier wind farms in the Gaspé Peninsula.
Previously, Mr. Beaudoin held various finance positions at NEWAD Media, International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Deloitte.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (Finance) from HEC Montréal (1992), a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from U.Q.T.R. (1994) and has obtained the CA accounting designation (1996).
Alex Couture ,
Alex Couture joined Innergex in September 2022. As Vice President – Development Canada, he leads the company’s development activities in Canada. Mr. Couture has 20 years of experience in the renewable energy industry, including project development and asset optimization.
Prior to joining Innergex, Mr. Couture worked for nearly 15 years at EDF Renewables where he held the position of Senior Regional Manager for Canada as well as other development positions. He started his career at Eolectric, where he worked in project development for 5 years.
Strongly involved in his industry, he served as Chairman of the Board of the Quebec Association of Renewable Energy Production (AQPER) from 2016 to 2022.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (B.A.A.) from the Université du Québec à Montréal and a Master’s degree in Management (M.Sc.) from HEC Montréal.
Jacques Desrochers, Ing.
Jacques Desrochers joined Innergex in 2023. As Vice President – Information and Operations Technologies, he leads the digital transition, the optimization of operational technologies and the deployment of technology solutions to support Innergex’s long-term objectives while ensuring the security of infrastructures, applications and data.
Mr. Desrochers has over 25 years of experience in technological and digital transformations and operational improvements. He is well known for his strategic vision aligned with corporate objectives, his ability to solve complex problems, and his leadership in designing and implementing large-scale programs in multi-site international organizations.
Prior to joining Innergex, Mr. Desrochers’ passion for information and operations technologies led him to hold various management positions at Targray Technology International Inc, Velan Inc, Hector Larivée, Gildan Activewear and Bombardier Transportation. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering (1991) from Université Laval and has been a member of the Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec since 1991.
Colleen Giroux-Schmidt joined Innergex in 2011. As Vice President – Corporate Relations, she leads the engagement and relationship activities with all levels of government, communities, strategic partners and other stakeholders. Her team leads the policy research and advocacy portfolio with the goal of increasing renewable energy opportunities to help jurisdictions meet their climate change goals. Colleen continues to participate in government working groups and task forces, both provincially and federally, as well as leads Innergex’s work with the Energy Forum, a collaborative table of representatives from the ENGO community and the renewable energy industry and was appointed to the federal government’s Generation Energy Council. She has served as a renewable energy expert on different panels and has received awards for her significant expertise and contribution to the renewable energy sector both in BC and across Canada. Colleen is also responsible for the management of Innergex’s Vancouver office.
Prior to joining Innergex, Ms. Giroux-Schmidt was Director, Environment and Manager, Major Projects at Plutonic Power Corporation and worked many years for the Association of Mineral Exploration BC. She served as the first female Chair of the Board of Directors for Clean Energy BC from 2014 through 2017. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in History and English from Simon Fraser University.
Robert Guillemette, P.Eng
Robert Guillemette joined Innergex in 2018 (with the acquisition of Cartier Wind Energy Inc.). As Vice President – Technical Services, he manages the Technical Service Team for all Innergex sites.
A graduate of the École Polytechnique de Montréal (1977) in electrical engineering, Mr. Guillemette served as General Manager at Cartier Wind Energy since 2010. He was responsible for construction projects as well as the management of the operations and maintenance of all Cartier’s wind farms. In his career, Mr. Guillemette has held senior management positions in various technology companies. He was Vice President of Engineering and Chief Operating Officer for AAER Corporation, a high-power wind turbine manufacturer. He was also founder and CEO of ECI group, a group of companies specialized in high voltage electrical products and defense products using composite materials technology, whose activities covered Europe and North America. Previously, he was founder and Director of the Centre for composite materials, a technology centre that focuses on the development of the applications of composite materials technology in various industrial sectors.
Guillaume Jumel joined Innergex in 2011. As Vice President and Managing Director – France, Mr. Jumel is responsible for Innergex’s operations and development activities in France.
Prior to becoming Vice President in 2021, he successively held the positions of Director of Project Finance and Senior Director of Investments. In that role, he contributed to the rapid growth of Innergex in Canada and internationally by successfully completing several financing and acquisition projects. Mr. Jumel founded the French office of Innergex in 2017 in Lyon.
Prior to joining Innergex, Mr. Jumel worked in project finance for a French-Belgian bank (Dexia) where he set up several financings in the field of infrastructure (PPP) and energy. Mr. Jumel is a graduate of ESSEC in France.
Matt Kennedy joined Innergex in 2011 (with the acquisition of Cloudworks Energy Inc.). As Vice President – Environment, he oversees Innergex’s environmental obligations and risks for the corporation’s renewable electricity projects in all phases, including development, construction and operations. He provides strategic direction to a team of dedicated in-house environmental professionals responsible for study and analysis, obtaining permits and approvals, and maintaining compliance with all environmental obligations. Mr. Kennedy is responsible for establishing and maintaining various key relationships with community groups and key regulatory agencies. He has worked in senior environmental roles in the renewable energy industry for well over a decade.
Prior to entering the renewable energy sector, Mr. Kennedy was a consulting aquatic/fisheries biologist to the mining, forestry, oil and gas, and infrastructure sectors for over 10 years. He holds a Master of Science designation from Western University (1995) and has been a Registered Professional Biologist (British Columbia) since 2004.
Chantal Lussier , M. Tax., Lawyer, LL.B.
Chantal Lussier joined Innergex in 2004. As Vice President – Taxation, she believes that a company’s success depends heavily on its general management, and taxation plays a highly strategic role in this. Under her leadership, Innergex has built up a remarkable tax department, at the heart of several optimization initiatives. Under her supervision, the department contributes to creating value by responding effectively and innovatively to the company’s business needs. She reports to Jean Trudel, Chief Financial Officer.
Before becoming Vice President in 2023, Chantal Lussier progressed from Advisor to Senior Director – Tax at Innergex. She also spent more than 7 years with KPMG Canada, where she held the position of Senior Director before joining Innergex. Ms. Lussier holds a Bachelor’s degree in Law (1994) and a Master’s degree in Taxation from the Université de Sherbrooke (1997). She has been a member of the Barreau du Québec since 1995.
Niko Nikolaidis, M.Sc., MBA
Niko Nikolaidis joined Innergex in 2017. As Vice President – Investments and Financing, Mr. Nikolaidis leads Innergex’s dedicated Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions team and reports to Jean Trudel, Chief Financial Officer. Before becoming Vice President in 2021, he was Senior Director of Finance, Mergers and Acquisitions, where he spearheaded Innergex’s expansion in the US market through various acquisitions and led the team in charge of identifying, analyzing and closing several financing opportunities.
Prior to joining Innergex, he held positions at Ernst & Young, Terna-Energy and most recently at Nord/LB, in positions related to investment and financing activities in the infrastructure and energy sectors. He worked in various locations in Europe and the United States before moving to Canada to join Innergex. His past experience provided him with a deep knowledge of power markets and a global network of contacts in the energy industry. Mr. Nikolaidis holds a B.Sc. and M. Sc. in Electrical Engineering from North Carolina State University (2004) and an MBA from the University of Indianapolis (2007).
Jaime Pino joined Innergex in 2021 (with the acquisition of Energía Llaima in Chile). As Vice President and Managing Director – Chile, Mr. Pino is responsible for Innergex’s operations and development activities in Chile. Before becoming Vice President in 2021, he was Vice President of Mergers & Acquisitions and Development at Energía Llaima where he managed the company’s expansion in Chile through various acquisitions and leading the take-over processes.
Prior to joining Innergex, Mr. Pino worked for Energía Llaima from 2013 to 2018 as General Manager of Frontera and San Carlos Hydro Project. He worked as CEO of Sitemas SEC, (ACS-Dragados and Endesa Groups) for the dispatching, electrification and communication systems of national railways from 2005 to 2010. Prior to that, Mr. Pino was the CFO of Ferrocarril del Pacifico, the largest Freight Railroad Company in Chile from 1999 to 2005.
Mr. Pino holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Civil Engineering with the Highest Honors from the Diego Portales University (1995) as well as a Master of Business Administration degree from Pontifical Catholic University of Chile (2000).
Julie Turgeon, Ing.
Julie Turgeon joined Innergex in 2023. As Vice President – Construction, she oversees all construction activities of Innergex. Ms. Turgeon has more than 15 years of experience in leading large-scale wind and solar projects in development, construction and operation in various markets, including Canada and the United States. She is well-known for her leadership in project delivery and her ability to promote a collaborative approach.
Prior to joining Innergex, Ms. Turgeon held various management positions related to development and prospecting activities, construction schedule and budget management, and integration of assets into operations at Renewable Energy System Canada (RES) and TransAlta Corporation. Her past experience has provided her with an in-depth knowledge of renewable energy project development from concept to operation. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Geological Engineering (2004) from Université Laval and has been a member of the Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec since 2004.
Our Board of Directors
Daniel Lafrance acts exclusively as a corporate director since August 2013. From 1992 to 2013, he held several senior management positions at Lantic Inc, a giant in the food and beverage industry. He serves on the Board of directors and is Chair of the Audit Committee of Rogers Sugar Inc., a reporting issuer, and of its wholly owned subsidiary Lantic Inc.
Holding a bachelor’s degree in business (1976) and a specialty in accounting (1977) from the University of Ottawa, Mr. Lafrance is also a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario since 1980.
Prior to March 2010, the date of the Plan of Arrangement, Daniel Lafrance had been a trustee of Innergex Power Trust, a subsidiary of Innergex Power Income Fund, since 2003.
Pierre G. Brodeur
Pierre G. Brodeur is a senior business advisor and corporate director since June 2018. Mr. Brodeur retired as a partner of Deloitte LLP, one of the largest multinational professional consulting firms in the world, in assurance and advisory for a diverse high-end clientele, in May 2018, after serving 40 years with the firm. Mr. Brodeur was an audit partner serving large global public corporations. In addition, from 2019 to 2022, he served on the Board of directors and was Vice-Chair in 2021 and 2022 of the Ordre des comptables professionels agrées du Québec (OCPAQ) and is currently an external member of the governance committee. He is Chair of the Board of directors of Moisson Montréal, the largest food bank in Canada.
He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (B.A.A.) awarded by the École des Hautes Études Commerciales (HEC Montréal) and he also obtained Certification exams for the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA), and is a member of the OCPAQ and CPA Canada.
Radha D. Curpen
Radha D. Curpen is Vice Chair, Vancouver Managing Partner and National Leader, ESG Strategy and Solutions, Co-Head of Environmental Practice of Bennett Jones LLP. She is consistently recognized as a leading authority and among the top lawyers in Canada and the United States in her areas of specialty. She is a trusted strategic advisor to some of the firm’s most significant clients and has acted on a number of recent highprofile matters, including commercial transactions and prosecutions, leveraging her ability to take corporate strategy and proactively manage corporate reputation by helping identify and mitigate associated environmental, social, regulatory and public policy risks. She is a soughtafter advisor on ESG matters, crisis management and governance, the evolving role of general counsel in ESG strategy and Indigenous relations and rights, ESG and risk management, climate change and adaptation, energy transition and security and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace. Ms. Curpen regularly advises corporations, Board of directors, Special Committees, Indigenous communities, and governmental and regulatory agencies across Canada and around the world on a wide range of commercial transactions and litigation. She is also an active community leader serving on several boards.
She holds a Bachelor of Law – LLB from the Université of Moncton and a Bachelor of Arts – BA from the University of Manitoba. She won an award for 2023 Influential Women in Business Awards.
Nathalie Francisci, ICD.D and CHRP, acts as Executive area President, East Canada for Gallagher Benefits Services since mid-2021. Recognized as a leading player in the human resources consulting industry in Quebec, she has 25 years of experience in executive and board recruitments for public and private companies as well as Crown corporations. In addition, she mentors Gallagher’s team of professionals on all governance matters. Since 2011, she is an associate professor in governance for the Director Education Program jointly developed by the Institute of Corporate Directors, the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management, and McGill University. From 2019 to 2022, she acted as a director and was the Chair of the Corporate Governance and Human Resources Committee at Sphere Media Inc. She serves on the Board of directors of Letko Brosseau, & Associates and LG2.
Ms. Francisci graduated from the Institut Universitaire de Technologies Paris XI in Marketing and holds the equivalent of a master’s degree in Human Resources Management. She has completed the Director Education program and is a member of l’Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines since 1999.
Richard Gagnon is a corporate director since January 2017. He held several senior management positions, notably in the health and financial institutions sectors. In addition, from 2003 to 2017, he was President and Chief Executive Officer of Humania Assurance, a company specializing in health insurance across Canada. He serves on the Board of directors of The Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec and the Institut de médiation et d’arbitrage du Québec.
Holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in administration, communications and law from the University Laval (1979). He has been a “Fellow Chartered Administrator” since 1996, and was named one of Finance et Investissements’ top 25 financial personalities in 2015 and 2016. He also holds the ASC designation awarded by the College of Corporate Directors of Université Laval, and has been a lecturer and trainer in corporate governance for this institution for several years.
Michel Letellier is the President and CEO of the Corporation since October 25, 2007. He has been a driving force at Innergex, first as Vice President – Finance, then as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer before being appointed President and CEO. His leadership of the Corporation’s business activities has led to sound financial management and long-term sustainability, growing Innergex into a global energy producer respected by industry peers. Under his strategic direction, the Corporation has become a leader in the renewable energy industry, with activities on three continents. From October 2012 to February 2023, he acted as a director of KP Tissue Inc. He serves on the Board of directors of Canadian National Railway Company, a reporting issuer.
He holds an MBA from Université de Sherbrooke as well as a bachelor’s degree in commerce (finance) from Université du Québec à Montréal.
Monique Mercier is a corporate director and acts as Senior Advisor to the law firm of Bennett Jones LLP. She retired in December 2018 from TELUS Corporation, where she was the Executive Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Chief Legal and Governance Officer since 2014. She has been a senior executive in the telecom, health and information industry for most of her career, including two decades at TELUS and Emergis where she led a number of corporate functions, including human resources, government and media relations, regulatory and sustainability. She serves on the Board of directors of the Thoracic Surgery Research Foundation of Montreal and of the following reporting issuers: iA Société financière Inc. and its subsidiary Industrielle Alliance, Assurance et Services financiers Inc., Alamos Gold Inc. and TMX Group Limited.
She is a graduate of the Université de Montréal Law School and holds a master’s degree in politics from Oxford University, where she was awarded the Commonwealth Scholarship.
Ouma Sananikone has acted as a corporate director since 2006. She has extensive experience in finance, particularly investment management and ESG, covering all asset classes, including private equity, infrastructure, real estate, renewable energy and real assets, having spent over 30 years in the industry at both executive and board levels. She was CEO of Aberdeen Asset Management (Australia), CEO of the EquitiLink Group (Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada and UK) as well as founding Managing Director of BNP Investment Management (Australia). From 2013 to 2022, she acted as a director of Macquarie Infrastructure Corporation. She serves on the Board of directors and is the Chair of the Governance Committee and the Ethics Committee of Ivanhoe Cambridge (Canada) and of the following reporting issuers: Hafnia BW and is a member of the Remuneration Committee, and iA Société financière Inc. and of its subsidiary Industrielle Alliance, Assurance et Services financiers Inc.
She holds a BA (economics and political sciences) from the Australian National University and a Master of Commerce (economics) from the University of New South Wales.
Louis Veci is currently the Senior Director – Operations and Maintenance West at Hydro-Québec and has accumulated strategic, financial, and operational expertise in Canada and abroad. He is currently, responsible for a team of about 2,400 employees that ensure the reliability of transport equipment. From 2011 to 2016, he oversaw the financial planning and management of the TransÉnergie division of Hydro-Québec (“HQT”) and from 2009 to 2011, was responsible for the governance and registration of assets on the financial statements of HQT.
He holds a bachelor’s in business administration (public accounting) (B.A.A.) from the University of Québec in Trois-Rivières and is a Certified Professional Accountant since 1996.
All Board directors are independent within the meaning of the Canadian Securities Administrators’ Regulation 58-101 – Respecting Disclosure of Corporate Governance Practices, with the exception of Michel Letellier and Louis Veci.
Pierre G. Brodeur (Chair)
Corporate Governance Committee
Radha D. Curpen
Monique Mercier (Chair)
Human Resources Committee
Richard Gagnon (Chair)
When Ethics and Integrity Govern
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) standards are at the heart of our decision-making process, and our experienced Board of Directors oversees the management of the Corporation to ensure Innergex’s viability and its creation of sustainable, long-term returns.
We have formalized our governance practices through a series of Charters for the Board of Directors and each of its committees, and through a series of Policies for the Corporation.
Our Code of Conduct sets the standard and provides guidance as to our expectations for all employees, officers, consultants, members of the Board of Directors and others when representing the Corporation.
Its purpose is to provide guidelines to ensure that Innergex’s reputation for integrity and good corporate citizenship is maintained through the adherence to high ethical standards, and backed by open and honest relations among employees, shareholders, directors, officers, suppliers, host communities, partners and other stakeholders.
Innergex revises and updates its Code of Conduct on a regular basis and provides copies and training sessions on its content each year to employees.