Working together towards a sustainable future
Since the company was first established, W.E.B has regarded the energy transition as a common endeavor based on the concept of community participation. W.E.B’s first wind turbines were constructed with funds supplied by a group of genuine enthusiasts. That’s how our first project companies came to be.
In 1999, the company finally became a stock corporation: WEB Windenergie AG has remained true to the principle that many people can work together to achieve great things, even if each one only contributes a small amount. The W.E.B shares are registered shares which are not listed on the stock exchange. Investors can become involved or pull out at any time, with a low threshold and flexible manner.
WEB Windenergie AG now has public shares held by more than 5,500 shareholders. Each and every stakeholder has helped to make the company what it is today: an internationally active enterprise with subsidiaries in eight countries.
As a community participation company, W.E.B is particularly conscious of its obligation to ensure responsible and transparent corporate governance. Since mid-2006, WEB Windenergie AG has been committed to compliance with the Austrian Code of Corporate Governance (ÖCGK). This code has been applied with certain provisos and clarifications, which are published each year in the company’s annual report.
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Past share performance does not guarantee future developments. Share prices can fluctuate. In the absence of a regulated market or inclusion in a multilateral trading system, shareholders may find shares difficult or impossible to sell. If suitable profits are not recorded or if relevant decisions are made at a general meeting, shareholders may receive limited or no dividends. Shareholders may lose their entire investment in certain circumstances, such as the insolvency of the issuer. The sale of shares on credit carries with it increased risk. Taxation-related risks. Shareholders who own or purchase a share in the issuer exceeding 10% of the share capital do not receive a commensurate influence over the company in the form of voting rights. Changes to applicable laws, regulations or administrative practices can have adverse effects on the issuer, new shares and/or investors. This company is not subject to takeover laws, and the protective measures in such legislation do not apply to our shareholders.