'Fundamentally undervalues the group': Good Energy resists latest takeover offers from arch rival Ecotricity

Cecilia Keating
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 Delabole wind farm in North Cornwall, bought by Good Energy in 2002, was the first commercial wind farm in the UK
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Delabole wind farm in North Cornwall, bought by Good Energy in 2002, was the first commercial wind farm in the UK

Ecotricity has tabled three offers to buy out rival green energy company over the last month, all of which have been rejected by Good Energy

Ecotricity has revealed this morning that it has made a number of unsuccessful offers to buy up the stock of rival green energy supplier Good Energy over the past month. The company founded by entrepreneur...

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