Sustainability Reporting Initiative
It all starts with a shared belief.
Welcome to our Sustainability Reporting Initiative. At Innergex, we want to build a better world with renewable energy.
For the past 30 years we have proven that doing what is right for the planet can also generate long-term, sustainable value and opportunities for our employees, partners, shareholders as well as the communities that host our projects. This shared belief has guided us for the past three decades and will continue to lead us towards a brighter tomorrow.
Our approach to sustainable development is embedded in our DNA. Guided by our core values, we conduct business with a global perspective to effect positive change by not only focusing on what we do, but how we do it.
Innergex’s disclosure efforts are tied to our contributions to addressing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (“UNSDG”). By understanding where we have already been making a positive impact in Environmental, Social and Governance aspects of our business, we will become better equipped to address future opportunities and challenges. Innergex will continue on its path of responsible and sustainable growth and be better equipped to address the challenges that lie ahead.
We believe in building a better world with renewable energy. I invite you to join us on our journey.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Innergex Renewable Energy Inc.
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Number of facilities
as at May 14, 2020
Gross installed capacity (MW)
as at March 31, 2020
Production proportionate (GWh)
For the three-month period ended March 31, 2020
Production proportionate includes Innergex’s share of production of joint ventures and associates.
We generate solutions for a cleaner future
Please note: On May 23, 2019, the Corporation announced completion of the sale of its wholly owned subsidiary Magma Energy Sweden A.B., which owns an equity interest of approximately 53.9% in HS Orka hf, owner of two geothermal facilities in operation, one hydro project in development and prospective projects in Iceland. As a result, they are not included in this document.