Corporate Governance

The Board is responsible for Genex Power corporate governance and compliance. The Board’s guiding principle in meeting this responsibility is to act honestly, conscientiously and fairly, in accordance with the law, in the interests of shareholders, employees and other stakeholders.

Genex Power has adopted a Board Charter to give formal recognition of the Board’s role and responsibilities and to specify how Genex Power is governed so as to promote Genex Power and protect the interests of shareholders, employees, and the broader community. 

 

To view further information on Genex Power charters and policies, please review the relevant links:

Board Charter:

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Continuous Disclosure Policy:

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Securities Trading Policy:

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Audit & Risk Management Committee Charter:

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Remuneration Committee Charter:

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Diversity Policy:

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Appendix 2021 4th Edition:

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Corporate Governance Statement:

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Whistleblower Policy:

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Directors

Dr. Ralph Craven
Mr. Simon Kidston
Mr. Kenichi Seshimo
Mr. Ben Guo
Ms. Teresa Dyson
Mr. Yongqing Yu

Company Secretary

Mr Justin Clyne

Registered Office

Level 6, 28 O'Connell Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Telephone: +612 9048 8850

Stock Exchange Listing

Australian Securities Exchange
ASX Code: GNX

Auditor

Ernst & Young
www.ey.com/au/en/home

Share Registry

Boardroom Pty Ltd
Level 12, 225 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Telephone: +612 9290 9600
Facsimile: +612 9279 0664
www.boardroomlimited.com.au

Best Practice Charter for Renewable Energy Developments

We commit to honouring the Clean Energy Council’s Best Practice Charter in our renewable energy projects and associated transmission infrastructure:

We will engage respectfully with the local community, including Traditional Owners of the land, to seek their views and input before submitting a development application and finalising the design of the project.

We will provide timely information and be accessible and responsive in addressing the local community’s feedback and concerns throughout the life of the project.

We will be sensitive to areas of high biodiversity, cultural and landscape value in the design and operation of projects.

We will minimise the impacts on highly productive agricultural land and explore opportunities to integrate agricultural production.

We will consult the community on the potential visual, noise, traffic and other impacts of the project, and on the mitigation options.

We will support the local economy by providing local employment and procurement opportunities.

We will offer communities the opportunity to share in the benefits of the project, and consult them on the options available, including the relevant governance arrangements.

We commit to using the project to support educational and tourism opportunities where appropriate.

We will demonstrate responsible land stewardship over the life of the project and welcome opportunities to enhance the ecological, cultural and/or agricultural value of the land.

During the life of the project, we will recycle waste materials where feasible and commit to responsible decommissioning or refurbishment/re-powering of the site at the end of the project's life.