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  1. forum rang 6 'belegger'' 2 juli 2021 19:10
    Na mijn snelle reactie van gisteren kijk ik net even op hun site (zullen de meesten van jullie zelf al gedaan hebben).

    Het gaat nu om 155.339.805 nieuwe aandelen (ongeveer 6% van het oude aantal). Daar kunnen nog ongeveer 247 miljoen aandelen bijkomen als de groene obligaties worden geconverteerd (voor 2027): www.meyerburger.com/en/newsroom/artik...

    Prettig weekend allemaal.
  2. Radikal 26 juli 2021 06:57
    Meyer Burger concentrates its service activities in Asia at the Shanghai and Singapore sites

    • In Shanghai, Meyer Burger Trading Co. becomes the competence center for sales and service of high-precision metrology products of Meyer Burger's subsidiary Pasan in Asian markets.
    • In Singapore, services will continue to be provided for existing Asian customers of Meyer Burger.
    • Services for existing customers in Europe and the USA will continue to be provided from Meyer Burger's European and US locations

    As part of the Meyer Burger's transformation into a manufacturer of high-performance solar modules, demand for the service business for existing customers of production equipment is decreasing as expected. Meyer Burger's board of directors has therefore decided to concentrate these activities at the Shanghai and Singapore locations going forward. The product portfolio of high-precision measurement technology products of Meyer Burger's subsidiary Pasan will continue to be marketed to customers worldwide. In Shanghai, Meyer Burger Trading Co. will become the competence center for Pasan sales and services in the Asian market. In Singapore, services for existing Asian customers of Meyer Burger will continue to be provided.

    The existing sites in Taiwan, Korea and Malaysia will be closed and the Shanghai site will be downsized. In total, around 70 employees will be affected by the restructuring, with about 20 continuing to be employed at the two sites in Shanghai and Singapore. The employment of the affected employees will be terminated in accordance with the existing local agreements and in a socially responsible manner. Meyer Burger expects restructuring costs of around CHF 3.5 million and impairment charges of approximately CHF 1.1 million. The restructuring is expected to be completed by the end of 2021.

    Services for existing customers in Europe and the USA will continue to be provided from Meyer Burger's European and US locations.

    With this restructuring, Meyer Burger further optimizes its global organizational structure in alignment with its transformation into a manufacturer of high-performance solar modules and strengthens the company's future profitability.

  3. Radikal 29 juli 2021 07:49
    Meyer Burger plans to expand its product portfolio with innovative solar roof tiles and acquires related intellectual property

    • Meyer Burger plans to expand its product portfolio with a roof-integrated high-performance solar system that can be installed easily just like traditional roof tiles.
    • To accelerate the market introduction, Meyer Burger is acquiring a technically mature solution from a German engineering service provider that has already been certified according to IEC 61215 and IEC 61730. All intellectual property and comprehensive related know-how are transferred to Meyer Burger.
    • As part of its growth strategy in the roof segment, Meyer Burger believes to be able to significantly increase overall demand for solar roof tiles with this highly innovative product and to strengthen the company’s sustainable business development

    Meyer Burger Technology Ltd is planning to expand its product portfolio in the premium rooftop segment with a new product category: in addition to the high-performance solar modules already offered for standard roof-mounted installation, customers will also be offered a roof-integrated solar system. Meyer Burger has acquired the full intellectual property related to a solar roof tile solution from a German engineering service provider specializing in innovations in photovoltaics and electric mobility, including all associated patents, certifications and German national technical approval as well as the technical know-how. The parties have agreed not to disclose terms of the transaction.

    "Integrated solar roof systems still represent a market niche today. With our novel solar tile solution, we plan to take roof-integrated solutions out of the niche and into a larger market. It thus perfectly complements our portfolio of premium solar products and is another logical step within our growth strategy," said Gunter Erfurt, CEO of Meyer Burger. "There is a huge dormant potential for rooftop photovoltaics today because in many situations, standard modules are not an option for various reasons, but existing roof-integrated solutions do not represent a satisfactory solution for the customer either. Our heterojunction HJT/SmartWire technology combined with a sophisticated roof-tile system integration now enables a truly unique product." Target applications include private roof installations for new build or replacement roofing, properties in renovation and historic preservation areas, homes with limited roof loads, and roof installations with particular aesthetic requirements. Compared to competing products, Meyer Burger's planned solution offers appealing aesthetics while delivering outstanding energy yield, as well as simple assembly and maintenance for the installing roofers.

    Meyer Burger plans to present the new solar roof solution at the Intersolar trade show in Munich, Germany from October 6 to 8, 2021. First deliveries are scheduled for the second half of 2022.
  4. Radikal 19 augustus 2021 08:38

    Ad Hoc announcement pursuant to article 53 LR

    Meyer Burger completes strategic transformation in the first half of 2021 and successfully launches solar module sales

    • Meyer Burger is fully sold out until well into the fourth quarter of 2021 with the orders on hand from Europe and the USA. The first projects in the segment for utility-scale and large industrial rooftop systems have been won.
    • The first modules were shipped in July. Production is running in continuous shift operation, but full capacity has not yet been reached.
    • Financing for an accelerated expansion of production capacity was secured, which will enable Meyer Burger to reach 1.4 GW of cell and module [ul][li]production capacity already by the end of 2022 and which will also enable the further expansion.
    As expected, the results of the first half of 2021 reflect the strategic realignment of the business model. With sales of CHF 18.0 million (H1 2020: CHF 51.0 million), the net result was CHF -37.2 million (H1 2020 adjusted: CHF -37.4 million). [/li][/ul]
    Meyer Burger has completed the strategic transformation of its business model within the ambitious timeframe set and has successfully launched the distribution of its high-performance solar modules. Following the launch of Meyer Burger's solar modules for the rooftop segment, order intake developed highly positively. Meyer Burger is now fully sold out with the orders on hand until well into the fourth quarter of 2021. The prices achieved are fully in line with expectations. In addition, earlier than planned, Meyer Burger was able to win its first pilot projects in the segment for utility-scale and large industrial rooftop systems.

    With experienced and highly motivated new team members from the solar industry, Meyer Burger has established a powerful sales and marketing organization in Europe and the USA. The team continues to grow. Meyer Burger's customer list now includes around 30 customers, including market-leading distributors such as BayWa r.e., Krannich Solar, IBC Solar, Sonepar, Memodo in Europe and the U.S. distributor CED Greentech. This means that Meyer Burger's products are represented in more than 60 individual distributor country branches. More than 175 installers have now registered as Meyer Burger installers.

    Parallel to the ramp-up of production and after successful certification of the modules, delivery of the first modules began at the end of July. Production at both sites is now running around the clock in continuous shift mode. However, missing standard components required for the scheduled ramp-up of the factories have delayed the commissioning of individual parts of the production lines and are currently reducing the speed of the production ramp-up. These parts have been delivered in the meantime. Nevertheless, Meyer Burger now no longer expects to reach full production capacity at the end of August, as originally announced, but a few weeks later. Meyer Burger is currently continuously delivering individually coordinated partial shipments in order to meet the agreed delivery dates as well as possible.

    Despite the tense global supply chain situation, Meyer Burger has sustainably secured the supply of critical materials for solar cell and module production with binding supply agreements.

    Financing secured for medium- and long-term capacity expansion
    In addition, financing for an accelerated expansion of production capacity has already been secured in July 2021. This will enable Meyer Burger to achieve critical economies of scale more quickly and also to utilize its own production equipment capacity in a more uniform manner and thus to operate more efficiently.

    With previously existing cash reserves, the syndicated loan of EUR 125 million, the factoring facility of EUR 60 million and additional funds from the capital increase of CHF 80 million and the green convertible bond of EUR 145 million, the company's further continuous growth is secured. Meyer Burger plans to reach 1.4 GW of cell and module production capacity each already by the end of 2022, thereby also closing the gap between module and cell capacity. Meyer Burger plans to establish an annual module production capacity of approximately 1 GW in Freiberg and initially approximately 0.4 GW at a second, scalable module production site. The company intends to take a decision on the second production site will be taken in the third quarter of 2021.

    Strengthening the team
    At the Annual General Meeting on May 4, Urs Schenker, a Swiss lawyer, was elected to the Board of Directors of Meyer Burger Technology Ltd.

    In June, the Board of Directors appointed Katja Tavernaro to the Executive Board. She holds the newly created position of Chief Sustainability Officer (CSO). With this new function, the Board of Directors aims to ensure that a coherent ESG strategy is implemented throughout the company and that Meyer Burger can set new sustainability standards in the industry.

    Financial results reflect the transition phase
    As expected, the results for the first half of 2021 reflect the strategic realignment of the business model. While residual sales under the old business model amounted to CHF 18.0 million (H1 2020: CHF 51.0 million), Meyer Burger will generate its first solar module sales from the beginning of the second half of 2021.

    EBITDA generated amounted to CHF -30.9 million (H1 2020 adjusted: CHF -25.5 million). Including depreciation, amortization and impairment losses, the financial result and the share of profit of associated entities as well as taxes, the half-year net profit was CHF -37.2 million (H1 2020 adjusted: CHF -37.4 million).

    The capital increase and the green convertible bond were effected in July 2021 and are therefore not yet included in the balance sheet as of June 30, 2021. Likewise, the existing syndicated loan agreement and the factoring agreement have not yet been drawn upon as of June 30, 2021.

    As of June 30, 2021, total assets were CHF 273.5 million (December 31, 2020: CHF 296.8 million) with an equity ratio of 82.2% (December 31, 2020: 87.5%). The net cash position including restricted bank balances amounted to CHF 78.4 million (December 31, 2020: CHF 157.0 million). Property, plant and equipment increased to CHF 89.1 million (December 31, 2020: CHF 38.1 million) with cash-effective investments of CHF 52.5 million as well as capitalized goods and services, mainly in connection with the construction of the new production facilities.

    As expected, demand for the service business for existing customers of production equipment is declining. Meyer Burger therefore announced a restructuring of its Asian locations in July 2021. Meyer Burger is thus optimizing the global organizational structure in line with the realignment and thereby strengthening the company's earnings power. The operations of the subsidiary Pasan with global sales and service of its high-precision measurement technology products will continue unchanged.

    Expansion of the product portfolio and roadmap
    As part of the anticipated capacity expansion, Meyer Burger plans to offer solar modules with its high-performance technology customized for the globally growing utility-scale solar segment from the second half of 2022.

    From the second half of 2022, it is also planned to expand the portfolio in the residential rooftop segment to include innovative solar roof tiles that can be easily installed like traditional roof tiles. Meyer Burger has acquired a certified solution from a German engineering service provider for this purpose.


  5. Radikal 19 augustus 2021 08:38
    Meyer Burger has also further developed its next-generation heterojunction technology (heterojunction/IBC) towards production maturity. In a proof of concept, a module efficiency of 24.7 % was demonstrated for the first modules produced with customary sizes. This figure is one of the highest module efficiencies ever achieved with silicon technology and underlines Meyer Burger's claim to technology leadership.

    In July 2021, Oxford Photovoltaics Limited (Oxford PV) unexpectedly terminated the cooperation agreement in place since 2019 for the joint development of technology for the mass production of perovskite tandem cells. Meyer Burger is currently reviewing legal options to enforce its rights. Any consequences of Oxford PV's announcement have no impact on the success of Meyer Burger's transformation nor on the communicated guidance. Meyer Burger is pursuing new research projects on the industrialization of perovskite solar cells and is intensifying discussions and evaluating partnerships with globally leading research institutes on the topic of perovskite solar cells, with an extensive industrial research project already underway with the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany.

    Outlook
    The global solar market continues to grow dynamically, despite the COVID pandemic and rising solar module prices. Due to the sustainably competitive power generation costs as well as positive climate impact of solar power generation, demand for solar energy is expected to continue rising, as power systems are transformed from conventional power generation to renewable energy. Already in the short term, Meyer Burger is experiencing strong tailwinds. Due to Meyer Burger's strong market entry, but also driven by macro market trends such as globally scarce availability of solar modules, Meyer Burger's high-performance modules are in high demand and achieve the targeted prices in the market. The company expects this momentum to continue in the coming years. Manufacturing cells and modules in the center of Europe further strengthens Meyer Burger's market position, as delivery times are short and logistics costs are low compared to Asian producers. The Europe-focused supply chain also improves the carbon footprint. The solar sector is also experiencing growing industrial policy support in the USA and the European Union and is increasingly perceived as a strategically important industry. With the completion of the strategic transformation, the stage is now set for Meyer Burger's success in a continuously rapidly growing market.
  6. forum rang 10 DeZwarteRidder 19 augustus 2021 08:42
    quote:

    Radikal schreef op 19 augustus 2021 08:38:


    Meyer Burger has also further developed its next-generation heterojunction technology (heterojunction/IBC) towards production maturity. In a proof of concept, a module efficiency of 24.7 % was demonstrated for the first modules produced with customary sizes. This figure is one of the highest module efficiencies ever achieved with silicon technology and underlines Meyer Burger's claim to technology leadership.

    In July 2021, Oxford Photovoltaics Limited (Oxford PV) unexpectedly terminated the cooperation agreement in place since 2019 for the joint development of technology for the mass production of perovskite tandem cells. Meyer Burger is currently reviewing legal options to enforce its rights. Any consequences of Oxford PV's announcement have no impact on the success of Meyer Burger's transformation nor on the communicated guidance. Meyer Burger is pursuing new research projects on the industrialization of perovskite solar cells and is intensifying discussions and evaluating partnerships with globally leading research institutes on the topic of perovskite solar cells, with an extensive industrial research project already underway with the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany.

    Outlook
    The global solar market continues to grow dynamically, despite the COVID pandemic and rising solar module prices. Due to the sustainably competitive power generation costs as well as positive climate impact of solar power generation, demand for solar energy is expected to continue rising, as power systems are transformed from conventional power generation to renewable energy. Already in the short term, Meyer Burger is experiencing strong tailwinds. Due to Meyer Burger's strong market entry, but also driven by macro market trends such as globally scarce availability of solar modules, Meyer Burger's high-performance modules are in high demand and achieve the targeted prices in the market. The company expects this momentum to continue in the coming years. Manufacturing cells and modules in the center of Europe further strengthens Meyer Burger's market position, as delivery times are short and logistics costs are low compared to Asian producers. The Europe-focused supply chain also improves the carbon footprint. The solar sector is also experiencing growing industrial policy support in the USA and the European Union and is increasingly perceived as a strategically important industry. With the completion of the strategic transformation, the stage is now set for Meyer Burger's success in a continuously rapidly growing market.


    Anders gezegd: ze produceren nog steeds niks van die nieuwe zonnecellen en hebben ruzie met hun partner.
    Dit krijgt geen happy end.
  7. Radikal 19 augustus 2021 13:22
    quote:

    DeZwarteRidder schreef op 19 augustus 2021 12:44:


    Ik voorzie een nieuw faillissement; alles loopt hier in de soep.


    Dankjewel voor deze waarschuwing!

    Indien je aandelen zou hebben van Meyer maak je alvast een goeie en vooral donkergroene dag mee :-)

    Staat momenteel op +10%

    Fijne dag verder,
    Radikal

  8. Radikal 25 augustus 2021 10:17

    Ready to shine: Meyer Burger shines in a new light with an innovative campaign

    • Meyer Burger launches digital advertising campaign for its high-performance solar modules with the slogan "Ready to shine"
    • New image film stages the power of the sun as a symbol of promise for the future
    • Customer campaign now starts in ten countries across Europe

    Now that Meyer Burger Technology Ltd has launched its high-performance solar module in the market, the company is launching a broad marketing campaign under the slogan "Ready to shine". This will enable the company to reach its end customers and installers in a targeted manner, primarily via digital channels.

    "Meyer Burger is ready to conquer the market. We want to position ourselves as the leading European solar brand. With our product, we are setting new standards in the solar industry – with the highest performance and quality, developed and manufactured in Europe under high sustainability requirements. We also want to set new standards with our marketing campaign and appeal emotionally to our customers," says Moritz Borgmann, Managing Director of Meyer Burger (Industries) GmbH and responsible for sales and marketing at Meyer Burger. "Our high-performance solar module not only satisfies the ever-growing need for a sustainable lifestyle, but is also an investment that pays off."

    Together with the campaign, Meyer Burger is releasing its image film: breaking with conventions, it focuses on the power of the sun instead of showcasing the solar panel itself. Thus, Meyer Burger is "ready to shine” – with the new image film not only released on the Internet, but also on big screens.

    The digital campaign is being rolled out in ten countries on relevant Internet platforms and social media. The aim is to position the brand not only in the DACH region but also in Meyer Burger's other core European markets such as the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, France and Poland, as well as in the UK and Nordic Countries.

    As a key element of its strategic transformation, Meyer Burger already commissioned the renowned agency Jung von Matt with the repositioning of its tradition-rich brand at the end of 2020. The goal: to establish Meyer Burger as a premium brand that excites B2C and B2B customers alike and sets new standards in the solar industry. After the successful relaunch of the brand in March this year, now the high-profile digital campaign follows.

    "With 'Ready to shine' we have created a communication platform for international deployment that not only promises a special brand experience, but also appeals equally to installers and customers," says Jan Harbeck, creative managing director of Jung von Matt SPREE.

    The interdisciplinary team of the Jung von Matt group of agencies, with its various expert branches, acts as a strategic partner for Meyer Burger. It not only realizes the strategic brand and product positioning as well as the new brand identity, but also includes creative content, the global communication architecture and media planning as well as the deployment of the digital marketing campaign.


    Watch the campaign: www.meyerburger.com/en/readytoshine
  9. forum rang 10 DeZwarteRidder 13 september 2021 12:31
    Meyer Burger is een rampzalig bedrijfje: de omzet is gedaald van 473 miljoen in 2017 naar ca 17 miljoen in de 1e helft van 2021.
    Het bedrijf heeft nog nooit winst gemaakt en heeft nog steeds een absurd hoge beurswaarde van ca 1,3 miljard.

    Bij de eerstvolgende crash zal dit aandeel minstens halveren.
  10. forum rang 10 DeZwarteRidder 18 september 2021 11:52
    Een likje zonne-energie op de muur
    06:00

    Dankzij een handig stofje in verf zouden hele gebouwen zonnepanelen kunnen worden. Dit porovskiet kan mogelijk een grote rol spelen om vastgoed in de toekomst energieneutraal te maken.

    Perovskiet is een mineraal dat zijn naam heeft te danken aan de Russische mineraloog Lev Perovski, die de stof in 1839 ontdekte. Nu, bijna tweehonderd jaar later, doen onderzoekers in laboratoria wereldwijd onderzoek naar de eigenschappen en toepassingsmogelijkheden van het mineraal.

    Perovskiet geleidt goed, is volop aanwezig in de natuur en dus goedkoop te produceren. Dat maakt het interessant voor massaproductie. In 2009 werd het voor het eerst gebruikt in zonnepanelen. Het laat zich vrij eenvoudig aanbrengen op panelen; ongeveer vergelijkbaar met het drukken van inkt op papier. Het kost ook weinig energie om perovskiet-panelen te fabriceren.

    Volgens onderzoeksorganisatie TNO is de energieopbrengst van perovskiet hoog; het benadert de efficiëntie van silicium, dat traditioneel wordt gebruikt in zonnepanelen. Voordeel is ook dat het zich makkelijk laat mengen in verf, waardoor het veel makkelijker wordt om zonnepanelen te integreren in de gevels van gebouwen, ruiten en op daken, ook die van auto’s bijvoorbeeld. De efficiëntie wordt nog hoger als je er vervolgens een transparant en geleidend laagje eroverheen smeert, aldus wetenschapsblad Science Advances.

    Het grootste probleem is vooralsnog dat het niet zo lang meegaat als silicium (en het kan niet tegen water). Een ander nadeel is dat lood nodig is om het materiaal te laten werken. Niet veel — een halve gram per vierkante meter, maar genoeg om voorzichtig me te zijn. Bij beschadigingen kan het lood immers in het milieu terechtkomen. TNO onderzoekt hoe de potentieel schadelijk invloed kan worden beperkt.
    Bouwen tegen de klippen

    Een CO2-neutrale wereld in 2050 is alleen mogelijk als de voetafdruk van gebouwen wordt beperkt, stelt het Internationaal Energie-agentschap.

    Tegelijk wordt erop los gebouwd in de wereld, vooral in ontwikkelingslanden, maar net zo goed in Nederland. Inclusief airco’s en verwarmingen belast deze bouwlust klimaat en milieu. Zo’n 150 ondertekenaars van de Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment van de World Green Building Council (bedrijven, steden, regio’s wereldwijd) streven ernaar om in 2030 nul CO2 bij te dragen met hun bouwactiviteiten.

    Lees het volledige artikel: fd.nl/tech-en-innovatie/1412680/een-l...
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