ENGIE snaps up African domestic solar firm Fenix International

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French energy giant agrees to buy solar home systems developer which has so far delivered solar power to 900,000 people in East Africa

French utility giant ENGIE has agreed to buy household solar developer Felix International with a view to expanding its presence across East Africa and providing power to communities without access to...

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