Shell snaps up stake in off-grid solar energy firm d.light

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Shell has invested in an off-grid solar developer

Oil giant invests in start-up seeking to deliver electricity to millions of people across Africa and Asia

Shell has snapped up a minority stake in solar energy start-up d.light, which is eyeing major growth in for its off-grid renewables projects in more than 70 developing countries, the oil giant announced...

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