- Innergex Renewable Energy has appointed Pascale Tremblay as the company’s chief assets officer
- She will replace Senior Vice President-Operations Peter Grover who is set to retire by 2021-end
- Tremblay will be responsible for overseeing 76 operational renewable energy facilities of Innergex in the US, Canada, France and Chile
Canadian renewable energy company Innergex Renewable Energy has announced the appointment of a Chief Assets Officer (CAO) in the form of Pascale Tremblay. She will take over from current Senior Vice President—Operations, Peter Grover, who retires in late 2021 after 16 years of service.
Grover will continue to work with Innergex as an executive advisor to support Tremblay come on board.
In her new role as CAO which Tremblay will start from August 16, 2021, she will be responsible to oversee the operations of 76 operational renewable energy facilities of the company located in Canada, the US, France and Chile. It represents 3.701 GW DC/2.747 GW AC capacity and 150 MWh of storage.
The 76 facilities include 37 hydroelectric projects, 33 wind farms and 6 solar farms. Innergex also claims to hold 6.935 GW capacity at various stages of development.
Tremblay comes to Innergex from Pratt & Whitney Canada where she was till recently the vice president of customer service operations. “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,” said Innergex President and CEO Michel Letellier.
Innergex has also elevated Senior Vice President-Legal Affairs and Secretary Yves Baribeault as the company’s chief legal officer and secretary, and Vice President-Human Resources Alexandra Boislard as the chief human resources officer. These appointments, explained Innergex, will help guide its continued growth and bring a broader set of skills to inform top-level decision-making.