Ecotricity snaps up SunEdison's UK solar business

James Murray
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Ecotricity snaps up SunEdison's UK solar business

In the wake of US solar giant filing for bankruptcy protection, UK green energy supplier acquires its UK rooftop portfolio for seven figure sum

Ecotricity has today announced it has acquired the domestic rooftop solar business of SunEdison, just hours after the US solar giant confirmed it was seeking bankruptcy protection. SunEdison launched...

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