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Bullboard - Stock Discussion Forum Innergex Renewable Energy Inc T.INE

Alternate Symbol(s):  T.INE.P.A | T.INE.P.C | INGXF

Innergex Renewable Energy Inc is an independent Canadian renewable power producer. It develops, acquires, owns, and operates hydroelectric, wind, and solar facilities in Canada, the United States, France, and Chile. Most of the energy that the company generates comes from its hydroelectric facilities. Innergex Renewable Energy primarily generates revenue through the sale of electricity from its hydroelectric sites. The company's wind farms also generate substantial amounts of energy and revenue.

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Innergex double sa capacité au Chili  rate and reply

RE:RE:RE:INE takes a tumble

Total speculation at this point but what else do we have. Maybe a ratings downgrade in the works sniffed out by some institutional investors, or a possible dividend reduction, or bad Q1 numbers more

RE:RE:INE takes a tumble

I'm not sure if what you say is true, but even if it were then that has been the case for sometime and didn't just happen today. So I don't think that explains today's 3% drop.  rate and reply

RE:INE takes a tumble

Because ine has no equity. It's all owned by the creditors. Take "intangibles" off the balance sheet and the shares are worth nothing. Can anyone explain to me what these intangibles more

INE takes a tumble

Anyone have any idea why INE took such a tumble today when the other renewables were relatively stable?  rate and reply

Hydro-Québec a besoin d'énergie du privé  rate and reply

CFO gets the boot

Why did it take so long?  rate and reply

RE:RE:RE:CFO departs

The CFO has to have a very strong character and this is not what any investor wants to see obviously.  There's an old saying. "Integrity is doing the right thing even when no one more

RE:RE:CFO departs

He was fired over insider trading allegations.  rate and reply

RE:CFO departs

This has been very disappointing and surprising. Hydro Quebec cannot be happy with their 20% holding of this company. Many investors are getting very impatient with Innergex. No one likes to see more

Congédiement d'un haut dirigeant d'Innergex  rate and reply

CFO departs

and the woofy performance continues. So much for renewables; real energy rules!  rate and reply

Crypto et énergie solaire  rate and reply


LONGUEUIL, QC, April 7, 2022 /CNW/ - Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. (TSX: INE) ("Innergex" or the "Corporation") publishes its 2021 Sustainability more

Plan stratégique d'Hydro-Québec  rate and reply

Large jump in government bond yields today

There was a large jump in government bond yields on both sides of the border today in advance of the FOMC meeting this week with both the Canada and the U.S. 10 year bond surging in excess of 2.10%, more

Some interesting reading about inflation  rate and reply


LONGUEUIL, QC, March 4, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ - Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. (TSX: INE) ("Innergex" or the "Corporation") announces the completion of the sale of more

Inflation is bad for income investors

Wednesday, March 2, 2022 7:02 AM Gordon Pape: The worst nightmare for income investors is coming. Here’s how to prepare GORDON PAPE PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 14, 2022 FOR SUBSCRIBERS more

RE:RE:Bought 4000 shares at $16.61 at the open

Whether $16.60 was the low depends on the course of inflation and interest rates. It is a given that short-term interest rates will rise. The question is how much? Rising interest rates are more