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. […]
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.
Québec’s 4th Wind Energy Industry Gala will be held on 10 June 2014 as part of the 8th Québec Wind Energy Conference organised by the TechnoCentre éolien. The gala seeks to salute the organisations and individuals who have earned particular distinction in the wind energy sector in Québec over the course of the last two […]
On May 22, President and CEO Michel Letellier was the main speaker at the “Rendez-vous financiers Les Affaires”, in Montreal. He was there to present the challenges of our industry as well as the strategies and the business model of the Company. This event brings together major business players. Click here to download the presentation (in french […]
Last December, Innergex announced the joined singing of agreements with the Saik’uz First Nation regarding the development of a wind farm project in Nulki Hills, near Vanderhoof, in British Columbia. This project represents 210 MW of clean renewable electricity and could deliver power to the grid by late 2018.
On November 29, Innergex celebrated the inauguration of the Viger-Denonville Community Wind Farm, located in Saint-Paul-de-la-Croix, Québec. Many dignitaries and mayors of the Rivière-du-Loup MRC took part of the official ribbon-cutting ceremony. The 24.6 MW wind farm, owned in partnership with the Rivière-du-Loup MRC will provide electricity to nearly 4000 homes.
On October 16, President and CEO Michel Letellier attended the second edition of the Quebec Electric Industry Association’s Great conferences, at the Palais des congrès in Montreal, Quebec. As a guest speaker along with other renowned power producers in the private sector, Mr Letellier talked about Innergex’s growth strategy.
On september 24th, Michel Letellier, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Innergex, attended the Energy Summit in Montreal, Quebec. Mr Letellier took part in a panel focusing on the new Energy policy of Quebec, its challenges, expectations, needs and impact. Every year this event brings together all the professionnals of the energy industry of […]
In order to inaugurate its new office in Vancouver, Innergex held its first Open House on January 31st. Partners and stakeholders were invited. More than 160 people took part in the Open House.
Once again this year, Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. took part in the Winterfest festivities in Pemberton, British Columbia. The annual event celebrates winter by organizing various activities for members of the community and visitors alike. The event was a huge success, twice as big as last year.
For the second year in a row, Innergex is part of the 2012 Corporate Knights Cleantech 10 list. This list of Canadian public and private clean technology companies aims to recognize the innovation and hard work carried out by these organizations on the road to a greener and more productive economy.
On October 4th, Innergex celebrated the inauguration of its Stardale solar farm during an official ceremony with the Honourable Chris Bentley, Minister of Energy for the Government of Ontario, Grant Crack, MPP for Glengarry-Prescott-Russell and Robert Kirby, Mayor of East Hawkesbury Township. As Innergex’s first solar farm, the commissioning of Stardale marks the Corporation’s entry […]
Innergex is a proud sponsor of this summer event since its very first edition. Free concerts presented every Sunday morning throughout the month of August, at the Chutes-de-la-Chaudière site in Quebec City have attracted several dozens of people. Year after year, faithful listeners come in great numbers to hear these concerts and enjoy the beautiful […]
The run-of-river Upper Lillooet Hydro Project held its Open House on July 10th at the Pemberton Community Centre, in British Columbia. Approximately 130 people attended the event. BC Environmental Assessment Office representatives along with Innergex personal in charge were on site to inform the visitors and to answer questions. Commercial operation is anticipated in 2016. […]
On May 13 was held the annual competition of the Squamish Youth Triathlon. This event wishes to engage all children and youth, 7-17 years old, in physical activities. A total of 234 children participated to the sporting event and 13 of them were awarded a medal. The donations will allow the organization to renew the […]
Once again this year, Creek Power Inc. and Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. took part in the Winterfest festivities in Pemberton, British Columbia. The event celebrates winter by organizing various activities for members of the community and visitors alike.
The Kwoiek Creek hydroelectric project in British Columbia was recently cited for its positive impact on both employment and electricity production in North America. In an article examining the North American hydroelectric market, Pennenergy.com published the opinion of the B.C. Citizens for Green Energy (BCCGE), which viewed the Kwoiek Creek project as beneficial for the […]
Kwoiek Creek, an Innergex hydroelectric project whose construction began in December 2011, was the subject of a Radio-Canada news report. The French-language broadcast told the story of the project which was first conceived in 1990 by the James Frank, Chief of the Kanaka Bar Indian Band. The Innergex project is portrayed as an endeavour bringing […]
Innergex is part of the 2011 Corporate Knights Cleantech 10. This list of Canadian public and private clean technology companies aims to recognize the innovation and hard work carried out by these organizations on the road to a greener and more productive economy. On November 16, 2011, executives of the Cleantech 10, including Jean Trudel, […]