During 2015, Enova Energy raised $4 million from 1,090 investors.Click here to view Enova’s Constitution
Seventy-five per cent of the voting shares are held on the New South Wales north coast, in and around the Northern Rivers region, but Enova has attracted shareholders from every state and territory in Australia.
Enova is a social enterprise but it is a limited company, which means that it is a public company and although not listed on the Australian stock exchange, it is bound by a number of reporting obligations set out by the Australian Investment and Securities Commission. These obligations are further explained in our commitment to Continuous Disclosure.
Enova Energy is committed to openness, transparency and ongoing communication with investors.
Enova adheres to the continuous disclosure recommendations set out by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) for unlisted public companies, which ensures we file prescribed information with ASIC, but that we use our website as our primary means of ensuring investors are kept informed.
These guidelines also set out our obligations with regard to ensuring investors each receive a copy of our annual financial report as well as notice of any significant changes within our organisation, or matters affecting our organisation, as soon as practicable after becoming aware of it.
We regularly communicate with investors via this dedicated page on our website as well as through periodic newsletters and other communication, including email alerts if material information is changed or updated.