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Algonquin Power
Algonquin Power and Utilities Corp
Public
Traded asTSXAQN
IndustryElectric generation
Transmission
Water, gas and electric utilities
Founded1988
Headquarters,
Canada
Area served
North America
Key people
Ian E. Robertson , CEO
RevenueC$2 B
C$10 B
Number of employees
2,200 (2017)
SubsidiariesLiberty Utilities, Liberty Power
Websitewww.algonquinpower.com

Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. is a renewable energy and regulated utility conglomerate with assets across North America. Algonquin actively invests in hydroelectric, wind and solar power facilities, and utility businesses (water, natural gas, electricity), through its two operating subsidiaries: Liberty Power and Liberty Utilities.

Public listing

Algonquin Power Income Fund was established in September 1997 and first listed its trust units on the Toronto Stock Exchange on December 23, 1997.[1] Having raised nearly $75 M, Algonquin used $27.5 M to purchase 14 hydroelectric generation facilities located in Ontario, Québec, New York and New Hampshire.

Incorporation

In response to the Government of Canada's decision to end the preferential tax treatment of income trusts, Algonquin Power Income Fund was converted to a corporation in October 2009.[2] Unit-holders exchanged their trust units on a one-for-one basis for shares in the new corporate entity, Algonquin Power & Utilities.

Liberty Utilities

Liberty Utilities operates in the following locations:

References

  1. ^ Algonquin Power Annual Report, 1997
  2. ^ Algonquin Power Annual Report, 2009
  3. ^ 1500038078.PDF (PDF), retrieved
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  5. ^ Saunders, Diane (2002-06-06). "Bella Vista Water Co. stock sold; no change in service to local customers". The Sierra Vista Herald. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "ALGONQUIN POWER INCOME FUND ANNUAL INFORMATION FORM MARCH 31, 2006". Retrieved .
  7. ^ "Algonquin Power Income Fund Acquires Rio Rico Utilities Inc". 2005-12-13.
  8. ^ Cole, Dana (2006-09-12). "Algonquin Water ready to take over McLain companies". The Sierra Vista Herald. Retrieved .
  9. ^ Cole, Dana (2007-02-21). "Algonquin purchase of McLain water companies finalized". The Sierra Vista Herald. Retrieved .
  10. ^ "Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. Announces 2010 Fourth Quarter and Year End Financial Results" (PDF). Retrieved .
  11. ^ "United Water Sells Arkansas Regulated Operations". Archived from the original on 2015-02-14. Retrieved .
  12. ^ "UPDATE 2-Algonquin, Emera to jointly buy some NV Energy assets". Reuters. 2009-04-23. Retrieved .
  13. ^ "Algonquin and Emera announce a Strategic Investment Agreement and the transfer of California Utility to Algonquin". Archived from the original on 2014-02-03. Retrieved .
  14. ^ Liberty Utilities Completes Acquisition of Park Water Company
  15. ^ Dezember, Ryan (2014-09-19). "Algonquin Power in Pact to Buy Carlyle's Park Water Despite Dispute". Wall Street Journal. ISSN 0099-9660. Retrieved .
  16. ^ "Liberty Utilities Takes Over LCF's Mesa-Crest Water Co. | Outlook Newspapers". Retrieved .
  17. ^ "Liberty Utilities Completes Acquisition of Atmos Energy's Natural Gas Distribution Businesses in Georgia". Retrieved .
  18. ^ a b c "Silverleaf Resorts sells utility assets in Missouri, Illinois". St. Louis Business Journal. 2005-03-16. Retrieved .
  19. ^ a b c Liberty Utilities Completes Acquisition of Atmos Energy's Natural Gas Distribution Businesses in Illinois, Iowa and Missouri
  20. ^ "Laclede to flip New England Gas for a $14 million profit - St. Louis Business Journal". Retrieved .
  21. ^ "Jefferson County water company sold - St. Louis Business Journal". Retrieved .
  22. ^ Liberty Utilities Completes Acquisition of National Grid's Natural Gas and Electric Distribution Businesses in New Hampshire
  23. ^ "Algonquin Power to buy two utilities in New Hampshire". Platts. Retrieved .

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