Minutes from REC's Annual General Meeting 2013
Sandvika, May 3, 2013: The Annual General Meeting of the shareholders of
Renewable Energy Corporation ASA (REC) was held today, May 3, 2013, at 13:00 (Oslo time).
The minutes from the Annual General Meeting recording the resolutions made are enclosed hereto and are also available on REC's website at www.recgroup.com/agm2013. 705,848,594 shares were represented at the Annual General Meeting, corresponding to 33.39% percent of the share capital.
Further to the Notice of the Annual General Meeting issued on April 11, 2013, the Annual General Meeting approved, as follows from the minutes, all resolutions as proposed by the Board, except proposal 12 which was withdrawn by the Board of Directors.
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SVP Investor Relations & Business Development, REC
Telephone: +47 976 99 144
REC is a leading global provider of solar electricity solutions. With nearly two decades of expertise, we offer sustainable, high-performing products, services and investment opportunities for the solar and electronics industries. Together with our partners, we create value by providing solutions that better meet the world's growing electricity needs. Our 2,200 employees worldwide generated revenues of more than NOK 7 billion in 2012, approximately EUR 1 billion or USD 1.3 billion.
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Source: Renewable Energy Corporation ASA via Thomson Reuters ONE
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