What Juliet did next: Good Energy founder launches on-site renewable energy investment trust

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Juliet Davenport stepped down as Good Energy's CEO in May
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Juliet Davenport stepped down as Good Energy's CEO in May

Atrato Onsite Energy is aiming to become the first London-listed company with an all female board after it floats next month

Six months after stepping down as CEO of Good Energy, Juliet Davenport has unveiled her next venture. Today it was revealed that the green entrenpreneur is launching an investment trust geared towards...

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