Polaris Infrastructure is a Canadian company engaged in the operation, acquisition, and development of renewable energy projects in Latin America. In Nicaragua, the company currently operates a 72 MW (net) geothermal facility, and in Peru, the company currently operates three hydroelectric facilities with a total operating capacity of approximately 33 MW (net).
Polaris Infrastructure is committed to protecting the environment, making responsible use of natural resources, and adequately managing its environmental impacts. They are also driven to providing a fair, respectful, and healthy workplace that promotes high ethical standards. They promote equal opportunities and an environment free from discrimination. Their code of conduct ensures that company operations are carried out with the highest ethical standards, maintaining maximum transparency with all their stakeholders.
Polaris Infrastructure complies with or exceeds national legislation in the countries where they operate, as well as the voluntary adoption of complimentary requirements applicable to the context and interests of the organization, such as ISO 140010 and the IFC performing standards. They have developed an Evaluation System for environmental and social risks and impacts, which allows them to maintain continuous improvement in this System.