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Galway tycoon’s firm sued by former partner

24th December, 2014
John Flaherty, chief executive, C&FAndrew Downes

A British business partner of C&F Green Energy is pursuing the company in the High Court in a dispute over payment of commission on joint ventures.

Scottish wind turbine installer and advisor Mint Energy has issued proceedings in Ireland against Galway based C&F Green Energy.

The disagreement relates to commission on sales, with each side differing on the amount owed. C&F disputes the claim made by Mint and hopes to resolve...

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