Good Energy Group - Result of AGM
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Good Energy Group PLC
14 June 2019

Good Energy Group PLC


Result of Annual General Meeting



At the Company's Annual General Meeting held in Chippenham yesterday, shareholders passed all

Ordinary resolutions 1 - 11.


The Board notes that special resolutions 12 and 13 did not pass. These were relatively standard authorities that UK listed companies take at annual general meetings, relating to the allotment of 5% of shares for cash on a non-pre-emptive basis and holding general meetings at short notice. The board is disappointed not to receive this limited additional flexibility to pursue opportunities in the interests of the Company and its shareholders.


The results of the poll, incorporating the proxy votes lodged in advance of the meeting, will shortly be available on the Company's website at:


The full text of the resolutions may be found in the Notice of the Annual General Meeting, copies of which are also available on the Company's website.


After closing the AGM John Maltby stepped down from the Board of Directors as Chairman of Good Energy Plc. Will Whitehorn, an existing Non - Executive, was appointed Chairman as previously announced.





Good Energy Group PLC

Juliet Davenport, Chief Executive

Charles Parry, Investor Relations


Tel: +44 (0)1249 766795

Investec Bank plc (Nominated Adviser)

Jeremy Ellis

Sara Hale


Tel: +44 (0) 20 7597 5970

Walbrook (Financial PR)

Paul Cornelius

Nick Rome


Tel: +44 (0) 20 7933 8794



Notes to editors:


About Good Energy


Good Energy was founded in 1999 by Juliet Davenport OBE with the ambition to tackle climate change by generating and investing in renewable energy. Its purpose is to power the choice of a cleaner, greener future together with its customers, employees and investors.


 Since it started, the company has been supplying clean power, sourced from its own generation assets as well as from independent, UK-based renewable generators. Good Energy also pioneered a more localised approach to energy by supporting home generation, launching the HomeGen scheme in 2004, which became the blueprint for the Feed-in Tariff.


Today, it continues to support and invest in localised energy generation, as the only UK energy company with more home-generation customers than supply. From using digital innovation to help UK households and businesses manage their energy usage more efficiently, to empowering more people to generate, store and share clean power, it is leading the charge towards a cleaner, distributed energy system.



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