SolarCity's co-founders charge up African venture dedicated to improving 'energy access'

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A Zola employee handles an installation / Credit: Zola Electric

Two of the co-founders of SolarCity have joined fast-growing solar-plus-storage firm Zola Electric - and they have some ambitious plans

This article is drawn from the GreenBiz.com Energy Weekly newsletter, running Thursdays. Subscribe here. The co-founders of SolarCity, Lyndon Rive and Peter Rive, are back on the grid. The brothers,...

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