Everything we do is directed towards making a lasting, positive difference for the people we serve – our customers, our employees, and our shareholders.
Through our operating business (Liberty), we provide regulated water, electricity, and natural gas utility services to over 1 million customer connections, primarily in North America. And, our growing portfolio of clean, renewable wind, solar, hydro and thermal power generation facilities represents over 3 GW1 of renewables in operation and under construction. We are supported by more than 3,400 skilled and motivated employees who work within our Regulated Services and Renewable Energy Groups.
1. Source: 2020 Investor Day Presentation.
Through our Regulated Services Group, we operate a diversified portfolio of rate-regulated electric, natural gas, water, and wastewater collection utility systems and transmission operations, which collectively serve the needs of over 1 million customer connections, primarily in North America.
The Regulated Services Group provides safe, high-quality, and reliable services to its customers. In addition to encouraging and supporting organic growth within its service territories, the Regulated Services Group seeks to deliver continued growth in earnings through accretive acquisitions of additional utility systems.
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>1 MillionCustomer Connections
13U.S. States, 1 Canadian Province1
$6.8Billion Regulated Utility Assets1
1. Source: APUC 2019 Annual Report. All dollar amounts presented in USD unless otherwise noted.
The Renewable Energy Group owns and operates a diversified portfolio of non-regulated renewable and clean power generation assets located across Canada and the United States.
Its diversified fleet of hydroelectric, wind, solar, and thermal facilities have a combined gross generating capacity of approximately 1.5GW, with approximately 85 per cent of the electrical output sold pursuant to long-term contractual agreements which as of September 30, 2020 have a production-weighted average remaining contract life of approximately 13 years.1
1. Source: APUC 2020 Third Quarter Report.
53Renewable and Clean Energy Facilities'
>2 GWInstalled Capacity'
$4.0Billion Non-Regulated Power Assets'
1. Source: APUC 2019 Annual Report. Includes Algonquin's 44.2% investment in Atlantica Yield plc's wind and solar assets.