We have received the Annual Report Award 2020 at the Confederation of Danish Industry’s headquarters in Copenhagen. The credit goes to companies whose annual reports stand out and serve as inspiration for others.
Highlights in Solar's annual report are the good description of the business model and risks, a good ESG overview and a good description of accounting policies that fit well with the size of the company. We are pleased to contribute to best practice in relation to future annual reporting and thus support the Danish accounting culture.
Shareholders’ deadline for submitting proposals for the agenda for the annual general meeting
Annual Report 2020 is published - audio webcast at 11:00 am CET
Annual general meeting at 11:00 am CET
Shares are being traded without dividend
Payment of dividend
Quarterly Report Q1 2021 is published - audio webcast at 11:00 am CET
Quarterly Report Q2 2021 is published - audio webcast at 11:00 am CET
Quarterly Report Q3 2021 is published - audio webcast at 11:00 am CET
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Solar believes in productivity improvement, digitalisation and networked development. We support our customers in developing energy-efficient solutions, reducing waste and optimising logistics based on strong digital platforms.
Tel: +45 32 88 04 63
Kristian Tornøe Johansen
Tel: + 45 45 12 80 59
Tel: +45 55 46 56 43
Mikael Korntved Petersen
Tel: +45 33 28 33 10
Solar’s share capital is divided into nominal value DKK 90 million A shares and nominal value DKK 646 million B shares.
The A shares are not listed. The B shares are listed on Nasdaq Copenhagen under the ID code DK0010274844, and are designated SOLAR B, and form part of the MidCap index and MidCap on Nasdaq Nordic.
The share capital includes 900,000 A shares and 6,460,000 B shares. Solar’s portfolio of treasury shares totals 61,708 B shares or 0.8% of share capital.
A shares have 10 votes per share amount of DKK 100, while B shares have one vote per share amount of DKK 100.
In 1919, Jacob Jørgensen founded Solar. This year, we celebrate our anniversary by publishing historical articles each month.
Stay tuned to find out how a young, determined entrepreneur founded Solar a 100 years ago, and how it evolved into the digital sourcing and services company we know today.