Conergy AG is a company in the solar energy industry founded in 1998 by the former chairman of the board Hans-Martin Rüter. It had a turnover of 706 Million euros in 2007, and employs more than 2000 staff. It also has a company called Conergy Americas.

Since March 2005 Conergy AG has been registered at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange with the abbreviation “CGY“ and the ISIN DE 00060 40025. Three months after its IPO, the company was added to the TecDAX index, in which it remained until March 2011.

By 2007 Conergy had operations in subsidiaries in 25 countries. Until its reorganization in 2008 Conergy addressed the renewable energy market via three brands, which were intended to be clearly delimited from each other. The Conergy group served solar wholesalers, installers, industrial or private roof-owners and investors in solar power as required.

Conergy is also founding member of PV CYCLE, the industry's managed take-back and recycling scheme for end-of-life PV modules in Europe.

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