Solar energy company Sungevity, primarily focused on the residential market, has cut staff in Kansas City. Prospects were brighter last year when it worked on a commercial solar panel installation with Kansas City Power & Light.
Solar energy company Sungevity, primarily focused on the residential market, has cut staff in Kansas City. Prospects were brighter last year when it worked on a commercial solar panel installation with Kansas City Power & Light. KCP&L
Solar energy company Sungevity, primarily focused on the residential market, has cut staff in Kansas City. Prospects were brighter last year when it worked on a commercial solar panel installation with Kansas City Power & Light. KCP&L

Company that expected to create hundreds of jobs in Kansas City has cut majority of its staff

March 09, 2017 5:11 PM

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