Innovative finance company specializing in renewable energy: RE Royalties Ltd. (TSXV: RE)

RE Royalties
Published on: June 28, 2021
Author: Editor

RE Royalties Ltd. (TSXV: RE) is a global leader in renewable energy royalty-based financing. They provide innovative financing solutions for their renewable energy clients when traditional options aren’t available or suitable.  In this episode, we had the opportunity to interview Bernard Tan, the CEO of RE Royalties, to learn more about the company. To give investors a better understanding of the company, we covered some most concerned questions. What are the details of RE Royalties’ first Green Bonds? Is RE Royalties undervalued and why? Why did RE Royalties decide to give out dividends to shareholders? And why should investors be investing in RE Royalties? Tune in to this CEO Interview and find out answers now!

About RE Royalties Ltd. (TSXV: RE)

RE Royalties Ltd. acquires revenue-based royalties from renewable energy generation facilities by providing a non-dilutive financing solution to privately held and publicly traded renewable energy generation and development companies. The Company currently owns 83 royalties on solar, wind and hydro projects in Canada, Europe, and the United States. The Company’s business objectives are to provide shareholders with a strong growing yield, robust capital protection, high rate of growth through re-investment and a sustainable investment focus. For more information, please visit here.

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