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LATEST INFORMATION
  • July 7, 2020 Info
    We would like to express our deepest condolences to all those affected by the heavy rains in Kyushu, and pray that the damage which might occur due to the heavy rains will be minimal. As for the facilities of each power plant owned by Canadian Solar Infrastructure Fund, Inc. (“CSIF”) in the Kyushu region, there was no damage which may cause power generation stoppage due to this heavy rain as at 12:00 on July 7. CSIF will continue to monitor and review its portfolio in Kyushu, and additional disclosure will be made should there be any material developments.
  • July 7, 2020 Releases
    The Solar Power Generation and CO2 Reduction Data PDF (194KB)
  • June 26, 2020 Releases
    Notice concerning Filing of Shelf Registration and the Comprehensive Resolution on Issuance of Investment Corporation Bonds
    PDF (137KB)
  • June 24, 2020 Info
    Considering the recent update on COVID-19 by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, we have partially re-opened the office of Canadian Solar Asset Management K.K. from June 23, but our employees are continuing to work from home in principle in order to reduce a risk of our employees’ infection with COVID-19.
    We may cause you inconvenience going forward, but we appreciate your understanding.
  • June 5, 2020 Releases
    The Solar Power Generation and CO2 Reduction Data PDF (194KB)

Distributions

Actual Distributions

5th Fiscal Period ending December 31,2019
3,650 yen

Dividend payment day: March 17, 2020

Forecast Distributions

6th Fiscal Period ending June 30, 2020
3,700 yen
7th Fiscal Period ending December 31, 2020
3,700 yen
8th Fiscal Period ending June 30, 2021
3,700 yen

INVESTMENT PHILOSOPHY

Canadian Solar Infrastructure Fund, Inc. (“CSIF”) aim for diffusing renewable energy to construct the sustainable economic system.

CSIF constructed co-operational cyclic system with Canadian Solar Group.
We invest on renewable energy power generating installation for aspiration of “contribution to the global environment” through expanding introduction of the renewable energy in Japan, “realization of the sustainable economic system”, and “activation of the local community”.
Furthermore, we aim to provide for investors the opportunity of meaningful investment for social contribution.

Portfolio

CSIF seek for expansion of the scale of our portfolio making use the strength of the vertically integrated business model, and we show superiority as high competitive developer of the solar power generation facilities.

Number of Properties
21
Total Acquisition Price
¥48.850billion yen
Total Panel Output
119.8MW

IR Information

Information on Canadian Solar Infrastructure Fund, Inc. IR Information

Distributions

Actual Distributions

5th Fiscal Period ending December 31,2019
3,650 yen

Dividend payment day: March 17, 2020

Forecast Distributions

6th Fiscal Period ending June 30, 2020
3,700 yen
7th Fiscal Period ending December 31, 2020
3,700 yen
8th Fiscal Period ending June 30, 2021
3,700 yen

LATEST INFORMATION / PRESS RELEASES

  • July 7, 2020 Info
    We would like to express our deepest condolences to all those affected by the heavy rains in Kyushu, and pray that the damage which might occur due to the heavy rains will be minimal. As for the facilities of each power plant owned by Canadian Solar Infrastructure Fund, Inc. (“CSIF”) in the Kyushu region, there was no damage which may cause power generation stoppage due to this heavy rain as at 12:00 on July 7. CSIF will continue to monitor and review its portfolio in Kyushu, and additional disclosure will be made should there be any material developments.
  • July 7, 2020 Releases
    The Solar Power Generation and CO2 Reduction Data PDF (194KB)
  • June 26, 2020 Releases
    Notice concerning Filing of Shelf Registration and the Comprehensive Resolution on Issuance of Investment Corporation Bonds
    PDF (137KB)
  • June 24, 2020 Info
    Considering the recent update on COVID-19 by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, we have partially re-opened the office of Canadian Solar Asset Management K.K. from June 23, but our employees are continuing to work from home in principle in order to reduce a risk of our employees’ infection with COVID-19.
    We may cause you inconvenience going forward, but we appreciate your understanding.
  • June 5, 2020 Releases
    The Solar Power Generation and CO2 Reduction Data PDF (194KB)
Asset Management Company (Japanese Site)
Canadian Solar Asset Management K.K.
Sponsor
Canadian Solar Projects K.K.
Group Company
Canadian Solar

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