New, largely untapped source of tax equity and unique financial structure for the US market

Conergy is successively expanding financing solutions for end consumers

Conergy opens branch office in Tokyo and aims to benefit from growth potential

Hamburg, Germany, 1 April 2014 – Conergy, one of the world’s biggest downstream solar companies, announced today a global partnership with European utility RWE to accelerate the adoption of cost-saving rooftop solar systems in the commercial sector, by eliminating one of the biggest barriers to uptake – upfront investment costs.

Investors include institutional investors Primrose Solar and Bluefield Solar Income Fund

Conergy targets construction of over 200 MW in the UK by year end, based on robust development pipeline of 150 MW

Oxfordshire solar farm will be RWE’s first solar plant in UK

Follows 68MW of new PV plant built by Conergy in the UK in Q1

Hamburg / Singapore, 15 May 2014 – Conergy, one of the world’s leading PV solution and service providers, announced the completion of phase one of the Philippines’ first utility-scale solar park, which was switched on at an opening ceremony in San Carlos City today by His Excellency Benigno Aquino III, President of the Republic of the Philippines.

Hamburg / Singapore, June 25 2014 - Conergy, one of the world’s leading PV solution and service providers, announced today it will design and build a new 8MW solar power plant in the Philippines, its second major contract in the Pacific archipelago. The deal will enable Conergy to complete by year end at least 30MW of projects qualifying for government incentives to encourage investment in the country’s first 50MW of utility-scale solar.

Conergy Australia announced today that it has successfully installed a 210kWp solar power installation for leading confectionary manufacturer, Mars Australia.

The large-scale rooftop installation at the Mars Ballarat facility will generate 1TJ (280,000kW/h) of power, and comprises a mixture of fixed solar panels and 2-axis tracker mounted panels, totalling 840 solar panels.