OVO secures approval for £500m SSE Energy Services deal

James S Murray
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OVO CEO Stephen Fitzpatrick is hoping the new deal will support the company's ambitious net zero emission plans / Credit: OVO
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OVO CEO Stephen Fitzpatrick is hoping the new deal will support the company's ambitious net zero emission plans / Credit: OVO

CMA approval paves way for transaction to complete next month, creating a major new energy player with almost five million customers that has pledged to go net zero emissions

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has today approved OVO Energy's planned £500m acquisition of SSE Energy Services, clearing the path for the transaction to complete next month. The deal,...

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