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Boralex Q3 Loss Per Share C$0.20
Boralex Adds 180 MW To Its Project Portfolio And Posts Net Earnings Of $38 Mln In Q2 2021
Boralex Signs A Long-Term "Fleet" Service Contract With Vestas In France
Boralex Inc. is primarily engaged in the development, construction and operation of renewable energy power facilities. The Company operates through four segments: wind, hydroelectric, solar and thermal power. It operates under power generation industry sector. The Company has interests in approximately 89 wind farms, over 16 hydroelectric power stations, approximately 10 solar power stations and one thermal power station, which is representing an asset base with an installed capacity totaling approximately 2,462 megawatts (MW). The Company has projects under development, which is representing an approximately 143 MW of power and a portfolio of projects amounting to over 521 MW. It also operates approximately two hydroelectric power stations on behalf of R.S.P. Energie Inc. The Company operates in Canada, France and the United States.
36 Rue Lajeunesse
KINGSEY FALLS, QC
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Chief Financial Officer, Vice President
Vice President, General Manager Boralex, Europe
Vice President, Chief Legal Officer, Corporate Secretary
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Canada's main stock index was little changed on Monday after hitting record highs last week, as investors held off from making big bets ahead of a busy week for corporate earnings.
Canadian renewable utility stocks have soared this year as investors bet on a global expansion of cleaner power, abandoning oil and gas stocks that have plummeted due to pandemic travel restrictions.
Canada's main stock index rose on Wednesday on hopes of a pickup in demand as several countries gradually relax lockdown measures, while falling oil prices due to a supply glut kept energy stocks under pressure.
Canada's main stock index moved higher on Thursday, building on the previous session's gains, boosted by a rise in financial shares.
Stock futures pointed to higher opening for Canada's main index on Thursday, building on the previous day's gains as investors look forward to earnings season.
Futures pointed to a higher opening for Canada's main stock index on Tuesday as crude prices rose, supported by OPEC supply cuts.
Futures pointed to a flat opening for Canada's main stock index on Wednesday as investors assessed the latest developments in the fresh round of U.S.-China trade talks in Washington.
A French wind power tender has attracted interest from a slew of international energy heavyweights, signaling that France's offshore wind industry could finally be taking off after years of missteps.
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