|Headquarters||Prenzlau und Oldenburg, Germany|
|Key people||York zu Putlitz CEO,
Dr. Jens Sabotke CTO
|Subsidiaries||Bosch Solar CIS Tech GmbH|
Aleo Solar AG produces and distributes solar modules and systems. It was founded in 2001 and has been listed on the stock exchange since 2006. Its main plant is in Prenzlau, Germany, and two additional plants in Spain and China provided the Aleo Solar group with an annual production capacity of 390 megawatts by the end of 2011. In 2011, the company's turnover amounted to €462 million (gross revenue for the period). 
In March 2013, Bosch, the German mother company of Aleo Solar, announced that it would shut down or sell its solar energy operations.
In 2005, S.M.D. was renamed Aleo Solar AG and Aleo Solar GmbH and Aleo Solar Deutschland GmbH. The company went public in July 2006 and is listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (ISIN: DE000A0JM634). Bosch secured a majority stake in the company in 2009. Aleo Solar owns 9.23% of Johanna Solar Technology GmbH (today Bosch Solar CIS Tech GmbH), headquartered in Brandenburg.
The Bosch Group holds a 90% majority shareholding; the balance is free-floating. Altogether there are about 1,600 small shareholders.
An administrative headquarters is situated in Oldenburg (Lower Saxony). There are production sites in Prenzlau and in China (Gaomi (Shandong). The company has established subsidiaries in Australia, Great Britain, Italy, Spain and the USA. Aleo Solar has also an outstanding position in the Asian growth markets via its joint venture, Avim Solar Production Co. Ltd.
- York zu Putlitz, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
- Dr. Jens Sabotke, Chief Technical and Development Officer (CTO)
In June 2006, the Aleo Solar s_16 became the best in testing by Stiftung Warentest. The German magazine Öko-Test (edition April 2010) awarded the Aleo s_18 with the distinction “Very Good.”