Écotech Québec is an autonomous non-profit organisation, endowed with its own decision-making bodies (the general assembly, the board of governors, the executive committee) and operational body (the secretariat of the cluster).
The board of governors represents the diversity of the cleantech sector. It is composed of individuals from each of the categories of members (with the exception of the Prestige Partners and the CEO)
Each category of members if tied to an electoral college:
- College of End-User Companies and Organizations
- College of Innovative Cleantech Companies
- College of the fields of R&D, Education and Professional Development
- College of Associations and Organizations in Cleantech, including at least two pan-Canadian ones
- College of Risk Capital Firms and Financial Institutions
- College of Labour Unions
- College of Cleantech Influencers (like engineering firms)
During the general assembly of April 3, 2017, the members elected their representatives to the new Board of Governors, including:
President: Martin Imbleau, Vice Président, Development and Renewable Energies, Gaz Métro
Vice-President: Marie-Hélène Labrie, Senior Vice President, Governmental Affairs and Communications, Enerkem
Treasurer: Thierry Pagé, Principal Director, Business Development - Sciences & Engineering, Univalor
Secretary: Sébastien Thériault, Partner, Banking, Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity, Commercial Real Estate and Private Investment Funds, Davies.