To the extent that the company in question has the liquidity to do so, a shareholder may, without notice* sell their shares back to the company, at the current monthly price less an administration fee of 1%.

Formally, both companies have a general meeting resolution that authorizes the board of directors to buy back shares. In short, the authorization is the option to buy back 10% of the equity to the extent that the company can find the necessary liquidity for it.

It has been agreed with the Board of Directors that Nordic Solar Energy has earmarked EUR 670,000 of a credit in the bank for a possible repurchase, a similar credit is expected to be established in Nordic Solar Global

*For tax purposes, shareholders who wish to sell their shares back to the company must obtain prior approval from SKAT.