“The future lies in renewable energies,” declared Mario Plourde, Cascade’s President and CEO and honorary president of Equiterre’s fifth Quebec City Benefit Cocktail, held at the Quebec National Assembly on September 27.
Nearly 300 guests, including hundreds of business and sustainable development leaders from 90 organizations and over 20 MNAs from all parties, demonstrated their commitment to renewable energies and sustainable development. Thanks to their support, Équiterre has raised $40,500 to fund important projects involving issues such as climate change, local organic food and eco-friendly transportation.
“This meeting of people of diverse backgrounds to discuss renewable energy shows the progress that’s been made in the last few years, especially in this time of energy transition,” said Équiterre’s Executive Director Sidney Ribaux.
Come and renew your contacts on October 26 in Montreal!
You can still book tickets for Montreal’s Benefit Cocktail, which will be held at 6:00 p.m. on October 26 at The Parquet in the Édifice Jacques-Parizeau. Book today!
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to build sustainable relationships based on renewable energy!
Photo caption :
From left to right : Jérôme Marcoux, Vice-Président – Québec, Borea Construction; Mario Plourde, Président et chef de la direction, Cascades; André Rochette, Président directeur général, Ecosystem; Hélène Dufresne, Présidente de la Fondation Dufresne et Gauthier et présidente du c.a. d’Équiterre; Steven Guilbeault, directeur principal d'Équiterre; Stella Leney, Directrice principale – Environnement et affaires corporatives, Hydro Québec; Mario Quintin, Directeur Coopération, Affaires et Responsabilité sociale, Desjardins; Sidney Ribaux, directeur général, Équiterre
Credit : Marie-Alexandre Talbot