'Net zero living': Ireland's ESB snaps up majority stake in UK green power supplier So Energy

Michael Holder
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So Energy's solar battery as installed in a house | Credit: So Energy
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So Energy's solar battery as installed in a house | Credit: So Energy

Merger deal aims at creating 'the UK's next big green energy supplier', according to ESB

Ireland's biggest energy firm ESB has snapped up a majority stake in British renewable energy supplier So Energy, as part of a merger deal that is designed to provide a further boost to the fast-growing...

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