Energy giant SSE sells 3.5million customers and 8,000 staff to Ovo Energy – what it means for customers

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ENERGY provider SSE has agreed to sell its household supply part of the business to smaller rival Ovo Group. The move will see all 3.5million customers and 8,000 staff move over to a new supplier by early 2020. The £500million deal will mean that Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) will no longer ...

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