Squeaky Clean Energy: The P2P platform cutting utilities out of the loop

Michael Holder
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Squeaky Clean Energy enables businesses to buy wind, solar and hydro power direct from generators
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Squeaky Clean Energy enables businesses to buy wind, solar and hydro power direct from generators

Squeaky CEO Chris Bowden's P2P clean power purchasing platform is looking to disrupt the energy market by cutting out the middle man

Google, Apple, IKEA, BT and even a number of airlines are part of the growing band of businesses who are now gung-ho on sourcing the majority of their power from renewables, either through investing directly...

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