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News & Events
August 9, 2017
Replay of Polaris Infrastructure 2017 Q2 Earnings CallMore info »
May 24, 2017
Polaris Subsidary Awarded “Great Place to Work—Central America”
We are pleased to announce that Polaris Energy Nicaragua, S.A. (“PENSA”), a wholly owned subsidiary of Polaris Infrastructure that owns and operates the San Jacinto geothermal plant, has been certified as a “Great Place to Work – Central America” for 2017.
PENSA participated in a survey conducted by the Great Place to Work organization, which includes 5 main competencies that evaluate a company’s culture, labour and organizational performance as a whole. These competencies are Credibility, Respect, Impartiality, Pride and Fellowship. Employees complete a set of 250+ questions that evaluate the company’s policies with respect to employee development, training, leadership and communication.
This certification speaks to our commitment to creating and cultivating a dynamic and supportive workplace for our employees in Nicaragua. PENSA is both a successful renewable energy company, as well as a responsible corporate steward, creating value for shareholders, our work force and our communities.More info & en español »
May 8, 2017
2017 Annual General MeetingMore info »
May 11, 2017
Replay of Polaris Infrastructure 2017 Q1 Earnings CallMore info »
December 14, 2016
Nicaraguan children gain reading skills with support of World Vision, Polaris Infracture
School children in Telicia, Nicaragua are learning to read thanks to World Vision Nicaragua and the support of Polaris Infrastructure INC of Canada.
During a recent event at the school, the children and their teachers spoke about how Quiero leer para aprender, a World Vision literacy program in Nicaragua, was improving reading skills while fostering a love of learning.
The campaign supports children, teachers, and parents in rural communities across the country, with an aim to promote reading and learning. Students receive tablets or Digital Backpacks developed by Inventuus International Corporation.
Jorge Bernhard, President of the Board of Directors joined Marc Murnaghan, Executive Director and Maria Haydee Pereira, National Director of World Vision Nicaragua at the gathering. Other members of the board—James V. Lawless, Jaime Guillen, C. Thomas Ogryzlohe—also attended, along with CFO Shane Downeny, Alexis Osorno (General Manager), Johnny Bendana (Human Resource Manager), Antonio Duarte (Special Projects Manager) and Marecla Bascope (Social Responsibility & Communications Specialist) from PENSA.More info & en español »
June 29, 2016
2016 Annual General Meeting – Voting ResultsMore info »
May 27, 2016
2016 Annual General Meeting
- Management Information Circular and Notice of Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders
- Notice of Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders
- Appointment of Proxyholder
May 18, 2016
Polaris Energy helps fund remodelling of school in Nicaragua
Thanks in part to a donation from Polaris Energy Nicaragua S.A. (PENSA), students in Telica will be able to learn under a new roof.
Their education centre, built in 2008, was in need of extensive repair. In addition to the roof, the repairs included new windows, walls, and ceilings. With the upgrades, sixty-eight students who attend the centre will benefit from an enhanced learning environment.
On May 17th, Marc Murnaghan, the Chief Executive Officer of Polaris Infrastructure Inc. (the parent company of PENSA) joined the mayor of Telica, Marbelys Rios and officials from the Ministry of Education to inaugurate the refurbished centre.More info & en español »
April 8, 2016
Polaris, World Vision helping children to read
Working with World Vision, Polaris Energy Nicaragua SA (Pensa) created and has successfully implemented an education program to help children in Nicaragua learn to read.
The program is called “I Want to Read to Learn” and has already benefited 100 families, 10 teachers and 306 children aged 6 to 12. The students attend the school Sara Maria Parrales in Telica, Leon.
The initiative is based on guidelines from Nicaragua’s National Human Development Plan 2012-2016, which specifically target the several goals including ensuring children stay in school, increasing school performance and strengthening literacy.More info & en español »
April 8, 2016
Polaris Energy outlines progress to expand capacity
Polaris Energy Nicaragua recently updated the Chamber of Industries of Nicaragua (Cadin) about progress on the expansion of its energy production capacity in the country. The board of Cadin visited the Polaris facilities, where general manager Alexis Osorno confirmed the company is focused on expanding its generating capacity of renewable energy for the benefit of Nicaraguans.
“All our efforts are committed to raising our production capacity from 50 megawatts to 72 megawatts”, he said. As part of a $43 million investment, Polaris is currently drilling new production wells while maintaining four water injection wells on the same site.
Polaris has also invested in local communities, with 3,000 residents benefiting from new health, education and physical infrastructure. 820 families have already gained 24-hour access to potable water.
Mario Amador, vice president of Cadin, lauded these efforts: “Polaris Energy is part of the partner companies of Cadin and their performance contributes to the development of the Nicaraguan industry and economic growth.”More info & en español »
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