The developer of the Project is Creek Power Inc. The shareholders of Creek Power Inc. are Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. (Innergex) which holds 66-2/3% and Ledcor Power Group Ltd (Ledcor) which holds 33-1/3%.
Innergex develops, owns, and operates run-of-river hydroelectric facilities, wind farms, and solar photovoltaic parks and carries out its operations in Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia, Idaho, USA and France. The company has been involved in the renewable power industry since 1990.
Innergex hydroelectric power generating facilities in operation include Magpie (40.6 MW), Portneuf 1-2-3 (25.9 MW), Chaudiere (24 MW), Saint-Paulin (8 MW), Sainte-Marguerite-1 (30.5 MW) Windsor (5.5 MW) and Montmagny (2.1 MW), all in Quebec; Umbata Falls (23 MW), Batawa (5 MW) and Glenn Miller (8 MW), all in Ontario; Ashlu Creek (49.9 MW), Big Silver Creek (40.6 MW), Brown Lake (7.2 MW), Douglas Creek (27 MW), Fire Creek (23 MW), Fitzsimmons Creek (7.5 MW), Kwoiek Creek (49.9 MW), Lamont Creek (27 MW), Miller Creek (33 MW), Northwest Stave River (17.5 MW), Rutherford Creek (49.9 MW), Stoke Creek (22 MW), Tipella Creek (18 MW) and Upper Stave River (33 MW), Walden North (16 MW) all in British Columbia; and Horseshoe Bend (9.5 MW) in Idaho, USA.
Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. is a publicly traded company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol "INE".
Ledcor Power Group Ltd. is a wholly-owned subsidiary within the Ledcor Group of Companies. Founded in 1947, the Ledcor Group is a leading privately-held, employee-owned group of companies specializing in building, civil, industrial and telecommunications projects and services. Ledcor is also a part owner of the 7.9 MW Fitzsimmons Creek Hydroelectric Project in Whistler, B.C.