Edisun Energy Europe AG / Key phrase(s): AGMEGM
23-Apr-2021 / 17:40 CET/CEST
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Zurich, April 23, 2021
Annual Common Assembly approves all proposals
The Annual Common Assembly of Edisun Energy Europe Ltd. happened immediately. Owing to the COVID-19 Ordinance 3 of the Swiss Federal Council, it was held with out the bodily presence of shareholders on the firm’s headquarters. All proposals of the Board of Administrators have been authorised with a big majority.
The unbiased proxy represented 411 shareholders with a complete of 816’211 votes, which is equal to 78.8% of the share capital.
Rainer Isenrich, Fulvio Micheletti, Reto Klotz and José Luis Chorro López have been reelected to the Board of Administrators for one more time period of workplace of 1 yr. Horst H. Mahmoudi and Marc Klingelfuss have been elected as new members and Horst H. Mahmoudi was appointed as new Chairman of the Board of Administrators.
The Annual Common Assembly resolved to distribute a dividend from capital contribution reserves of CHF 1.10 per share, which will likely be paid out on Might 3, 2021.
The minutes and the presentation to shareholders will be seen on the Group’s web site. The presentation feedback on questions raised upfront by the shareholders.
The following Annual Common Assembly will likely be held on April 22, 2022 in Zurich.
Hyperlink to paperwork of Common Assembly:
Edisun Energy Group
A listed European photo voltaic power producer, the Edisun Energy Group funds and operates solar energy installations in numerous European international locations. Edisun Energy started its involvement on this sector way back to 1997. The corporate has been listed on the Swiss Inventory Change since September 2008. Edisun Energy has amassed intensive expertise within the realization and acquisition of each nationwide and worldwide tasks. At present, the corporate owns a complete of 38 photo voltaic power installations in Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, Italy and Portugal.
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