UK’s biggest solar company takes shine to global projects with deals worth £3bn

Solarcentury turns to Europe and Latin America as it transforms into an international firm to maintain growth hit by green cuts in home market

Britain’s biggest solar power company has shrugged off the cloud of drastic UK subsidy cuts by reinventing itself as an international firm with more than £3bn of projects planned.

More than 12,000 solar jobs were lost in the industry after the government slashed support in 2015, but Solarcentury has survived by turning outward to target markets in Latin America and Europe.

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