Under the authorization granted by the combined general shareholders' meeting
on May 26, 2020 for implementing a share buyback programme, the Board of
Directors of Neoen S.A. (the "Company") has decided to implement the share
buyback programme as described in the press release published by the Company on
May 27, 2020.
It is recalled that on November 30, 2018, the Company entered into a liquidity
agreement with Kepler Chevreux in effect from December 3, 2018 through December
31, 2019, and automatically renewable thereafter for successive one-year terms,
in accordance with AMF Decision No. 2018-01 dated July 2, 2018, which made
stock liquidity agreements a permitted market practice.
The following funds had been allocated to the liquidity account:
* 0 shares;
* EUR500,000 (which may be increased to EUR1,500,000).
The Board of Directors held on September 23, 2020 has authorized to increase
the allocated funds as follow:
* 0 shares;
* EUR3,000,000 (which may be increased to EUR5,000,000).
This liquidity agreement implemented pursuant to the 16th resolution adopted by
the general shareholders' meeting of May 26, 2020, has been modified
Furthermore, Neoen announces today that it has signed a mandate with an
investment services provider to purchase up to 160,000 shares during the period
from September 28, 2020 to May 15, 2021, for a maximum amount of 45 (forty
five) euros per share.
The purpose of this transaction is to acquire shares for allocation to maturing
free shares plans.
Neoen is one of the world's leading and fastest growing independent producers
of exclusively renewable energy. With a capacity of more than 3 GW in operation
or under construction, Neoen is a high-growth company. Neoen is notably active
in Argentina, Australia, El Salvador, Finland, France, Ireland, Jamaica,
Mexico, Mozambique, Portugal and Zambia. In particular, Neoen operates France's
most powerful solar PV farm (300 MWp) in Cestas, and the world's largest
lithium-ion power reserve (150 MW/193.5 MWh storage capacity) in Hornsdale,
Australia. Neoen is targeting at least 5 GW capacity in operation or under
construction by end of 2021. Neoen (ISIN Code: FR0011675362, ticker: NEOEN) is
listed in Compartment A of the regulated market of Euronext Paris.