Tremblay named chief assets officer for Innergex Renewable Energy

Pascale Tremblay, Innergex

Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. has appointed Pascale Tremblay chief assets officer, effective Aug. 16. In this new role, Tremblay will oversee the operations of the corporation’s 76 renewable energy facilities in Canada, the U.S., France and Chile.

Tremblay succeeds Peter Grover, senior vice president – operations who, after 16 years of service, will be gradually reducing his responsibilities with the intent to retire in late 2021.

“I want to thank Peter Grover for his many years of dedication to Innergex. His extensive knowledge in wind and solar technologies helped drive Innergex’s growth in these sectors,” said Michel Letellier, president and chief executive officer of Innergex. “We are proud to welcome Pascale Tremblay to our management team as her extensive experience in engineering both in the aerospace and hydropower sectors and her leadership, managerial and analysis skills will support Innergex’s strategy to maximize value from its quality assets and optimize operations.”

Before joining Innergex, Tremblay held a range of operational roles at Pratt & Whitney Canada, including most recently vice president of customer service operations. She has experience working on hydroelectric facilities, including various James Bay sites, in her project manager role at Tecsult Inc., an engineering consulting firm. She holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and a master’s degree in engineering management from Université de Sherbrooke. She is a member of the Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec since 1990.

In addition, to strengthen and bring more diversity to the executive team, Yves Baribeault, senior vice president – legal affairs and secretary, and Alexandra Boislard, vice president – human resources will become respectively chief legal officer and secretary and chief human resources officer. These appointments will help guide Innergex’s continued growth and bring a broader set of skills to inform top-level decision-making, according to a press release.

Innergex is an independent renewable power producer that develops, acquires, owns and operates hydroelectric facilities, wind farms, solar farms and energy storage facilities. Innergex’s portfolio consists of interests in 76 operating facilities with an aggregate net installed capacity of 2,747 MW (gross 3,701 MW) and an energy storage capacity of 150 MWh, including 37 hydroelectric facilities, 33 wind farms and six solar farms. Innergex also holds interests in nine projects under development, three of which are under construction, with a net installed capacity of 551 MW (gross 623 MW) and an energy storage capacity of 329 MWh, as well as prospective projects at different stages of development with an aggregate gross capacity totaling 6,935 MW.

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Elizabeth Ingram is content director for the Hydro Review website and HYDROVISION International. She has more than 17 years of experience with the hydroelectric power industry. Follow her on Twitter @ElizabethIngra4 .

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