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boralex inc -a (BLX) Snapshot

Open
C$13.76
Previous Close
C$13.70
Day High
C$13.79
Day Low
C$13.68
52 Week High
05/20/14 - C$14.00
52 Week Low
11/7/13 - C$10.00
Market Cap
527.2M
Average Volume 10 Days
62.0K
EPS TTM
C$-0.05
Shares Outstanding
38.4M
EX-Date
05/28/14
P/E TM
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Dividend
C$0.52
Dividend Yield
1.89%
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boralex inc -a (BLX) Details

Boralex Inc., together with its subsidiaries, is engaged in the development and operation of renewable energy power stations. It operates power stations with a total installed capacity of approximately 650 megawatts (MW) in Canada, the northeastern United States, and France. The company has interests in 25 wind power stations with an installed capacity of 462 MW; 14 hydroelectric power stations with a capacity of 136 MW; 2 thermal power stations with an installed capacity of 49 MW; and 1 solar power facility with an installed capacity of 5 MW, as well as operates 2 hydroelectric power stations, and Seigneurie de Beaupré Wind Farms Phases I and II. Boralex Inc. was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Kingsey Falls, Canada.

200 Employees
Last Reported Date: 05/7/14
Founded in 1982

boralex inc -a (BLX) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: C$383.7K
Chief Financial Officer and Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: C$250.9K
Chief Legal Officer, Vice-President of Borale...
Total Annual Compensation: C$181.4K
Vice President of Development
Total Annual Compensation: C$169.3K
General Manager of Boralex Europe
Total Annual Compensation: C$193.7K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

boralex inc -a (BLX) Key Developments

Boralex Inc. Completes Financing of Two Wind Farms in Temiscouata-Sur-Le-Lac, Quebec; Expects to Commission Temiscouata I in December 2014 and Temiscouata II in December 2015

Boralex Inc. has completed the financing of two wind farms in Temiscouata-Sur-Le-Lac, Quebec. Together with Temiscouata Regional County Municipality, Boralex closed a CAD 64.1 million financing for the 23.5-MW Temiscouata I wind farm. The financing consisted of a CAD 52 million construction loan and CAD 12.1 million in short-term credit facilities. Boralex also closed a CAD 142.7 million financing for the 51.7-MW Temiscouata II wind farm. The financing consisted of a CAD 127 million construction loan and CAD 15.7 million in short-term credit facilities. For both projects, the construction loans will be converted into 18-year term loan upon start of commercial operations and the credit facilities will be used to finance certain costs incurred during construction that are repayable by Hydro-Quebec and issuing various letters of credit. The sole lender in each of the two financing arrangements was KfW IPEX-Bank. The company said that it expects to commission Temiscouata I this December and Temiscouata II on December 2015. The two wind farms will sell their outputs to Hydro-Quebec under separate 20-year power purchase agreements.

Boralex Inc., Gaz Metro Limited Partnership and Valener Inc. Open Phase I of Seigneurie De Beaupre Wind Farms

Boralex Inc., Gaz Metro Limited Partnership and Valener Inc. announced to open Phase I of the Seigneurie de Beaupre Wind Farms. Phase I represents a total investment of $750 million, including $360 million in Quebec, $205 million in the Capitale-Nationale region and $28 million in the Cote-de-Beaupre region. With a total installed capacity of 272 MW, the 126 turbines that make up Phase I have been supplying renewable energy to Quebec's power grid since they were commissioned in late 2013 and are expected to continue doing so for the next 20 years.

Boralex Inc. Completes the Refinancing of Corporate Revolving Credit Facility of CAD 130 Million

Boralex Inc. has completed the refinancing of its corporate revolving credit facility for an amount of CAD 130 million and improves its financial flexibility. Boralex also announces the reimbursement of its CAD 35 million loan maturing on July 9, 2014. This refinancing replaces the facility of CAD 60 million which was scheduled to expire on June 30, 2014. It is secured by the assets of Boralex Inc. including its hydroelectric plants in Quebec. With an initial term of four years, renewable annually thereafter, this refinancing will allow the company to further support its development. This refinancing was arranged by National Bank of Canada in the capacity of lead arranger. In addition to National Bank of Canada, the banking syndicate includes The Toronto-Dominion Bank, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Bank of Montreal, Caisse Centrale Desjardins and Comerica Bank, an American bank.

 

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