AGO AG announces extraordinary shareholders' meeting and creditors' meeting

Kulmbach,, (PresseBox) - AGO AG Energie + Anlagen (WKN: A0LR41, ISIN: DE000A0LR415) announces that due to one-off charges its result will be negative in the fourth quarter. Therefore, equity at AGO AG Energie + Anlagen according to German GAAP will be less than half of the company's subscribed capital. The Management Board will shortly convene an extraordinary General Meeting. In this meeting the Management Board will explain the company's position and its measures to improve performance. In addition, the Management Board will convene a meeting of the creditors of the convertible bond issued last year to vote on an early conversion.

AGO AG Energie + Anlagen

AGO AG Energie + Anlagen, with its registered office in Kulmbach, was founded in 1980 and is specialized in the area of innovative and efficient energy supply facilities for industrial customers. Main focus is laid on the three business divisions: design, engineering and construction of plants and service and consultation. The core competencies of the company mainly commit to biomass cogeneration plants and combined heat and power stations for heating and cooling plant construction and tri-generation (the simultaneous production of electricity, heat, and cooling). Site studies and development, energy efficiency consulting, resource and fossil fuel management as well as emission trade management - these areas round out the AGO business model. The name AGO symbolizes the efficiency, security and technological competence of its energy supply facilities.

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