Why Apple's new energy business should scare utilities

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As the latest corporate energy user to jump into the wholesale electricity business, the tech giant shows how the tide may be turning away from power monopolies

Backing large-scale solar farms in locales like California, Mongolia, China and Nevada may have just been a warm up for Apple's foray into clean energy. As the tech site 9to5Mac reported late last week,...

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