Octopus Renewables snaps up independent distribution network operator Eclipse

Cecilia Keating
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A wind turbine owned by Octopus Renewables' sister company Octopus Energy at Cefn Bach, Caerphilly | Credit: Octopus
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A wind turbine owned by Octopus Renewables' sister company Octopus Energy at Cefn Bach, Caerphilly | Credit: Octopus

Clean energy investor cements presence in energy networks sector two years after its first investment in Eclipse

Octopus Renewables, the clean energy investment arm of Octopus Group, has this morning announced it has purchased licensed independent distribution network operator (IDNO) Eclipse Power Limited. The...

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