CPL CONCORDIA, full acquittal in the investigation on Apulian photovoltaics

The Court of Modena issued the sentence of non-prosecution for all the defendants – individuals and companies – dropping all charges. The President of CPL CONCORDIA Mauro Gori: "The full correctness of the cooperative's work is thus confirmed"

Concordia sulla Secchia (MO), 9 January 2017 – CPL CONCORDIA expresses its satisfaction with the pronouncement of full acquittal expressed today by the Court of Modena in relation to the investigation into photovoltaic fields in Puglia and confirms its full confidence in the work of the Judiciary.

In 2015, the case concerned the solar plants built by the cooperative in the province of Bari, with the involvement of individuals and companies belonging to the CPL CONCORDIA Group, with a preventive seizure of assets and liquidity for over 13 million euros.

"The sentence confirms the opinion we have expressed from the beginning," commented the President of CPL CONCORDIA Mauro Gori, "and that is that the cooperative has operated in absolute compliance with the regulations in force at the time." The ruling, in particular, drops the serious charges of violation of the rules of Decree Law 231 that had been charged against the company.

"The financial resources, seized at the time and freed up by today's ruling," continues President Gori, "strengthen the path of economic and entrepreneurial recovery that the cooperative is pursuing with first important results."

Finally, CPL CONCORDIA feels the duty to thank all those who have believed in the correct work of the company.