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Shares and debentures

Common shares
Number of shares* 108,640,790
Dividend ($/Year)* 0.66
Dividend frequency Quarterly
*Data as of 2017/09/30. Currency: CAD
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Series A preferred shares
Number of shares* 3,400,000
Dividend ($/Year)* 0.902
Dividend frequency Quarterly
*Data as of 2017/09/30. Currency: CAD
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Series C preferred shares
Number of shares* 2,000,000
Dividend ($/Year)* 1.4375
Dividend frequency Quarterly
*Data as of 2017/09/30. Currency: CAD
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On August 20, 2015, convertible debentures at 5.75% were delisted from the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol INE.DB.
4.25% convertible debentures
Number of $1,000 principal amounts* 100,000
Interest (%)* 4.25
Frequency* Semi-annual
*Data as of 2017/09/30. Currency: CAD
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Credit ratings

Standard & Poor’s – Corporate rating

Rating BBB-
Rated since August 23, 2010
Latest report November 2, 2017

Standard & Poor’s – Preferred shares rating

Rating P-3
Rated since December 5, 2012
Latest report November 2, 2017

 

Financial analysts

Financial coverage of Innergex

Financial institutions Analysts
BMO Capital Markets Ben Pham
CIBC Capital Markets Marc Jarvi
Desjardins Securities Bill Cabel
Industrial Alliance Securities Inc. Jeremy Rosenfield
National Bank Financial Rupert W. Merer
Raymond James David Quezada
RBC Capital Markets Nelson Ng
TD Securities Sean Steuart

The above list is strictly informative.
The opinions, estimates or forecasts provided by these analysts with respect to Innergex’s performance are their own and do not represent those of either Innergex or its management.
Most recent update: November 2017

Contact

To receive our press releases, please send an email to info@innergex.com.

For any questions, please contact:

Jean Perron, CPA, CA
Chief Financial Officer
450 928-2550 x239

Annual reports

Stories and data from the latest and past editions of our annual report

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Innergex

Innergex Renewable Energy Inc. (TSX : INE) is a leading Canadian independent renewable power producer. We develop, own, and operate run-of-river hydroelectric facilities, wind farms, and solar photovoltaic farms, with operations in Quebec, Ontario, British Columbia, Idaho, USA and France.

Strategy

Innergex’s strategy for building shareholder value is to develop or acquire high-quality facilities that generate sustainable cash flows and provide an attractive risk-adjusted return on invested capital, and to distribute a stable dividend.