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Director of solar panel installation firm disqualified for nine years

12 Jul 10 The director of two failed solar panel installation firms has been disqualified for nine years following an investigation by the Insolvency Service.

The director of two failed solar panel installation firms has been disqualified for nine years following an investigation by the Insolvency Service.

Floyd Lewis, of Bournemouth, has signed a disqualification undertaking banning him from managing, controlling or being a director of a company until 2019.

He was a director of Bournemouth-based Solar Technik, which went into voluntary liquidation on 26 March 2007 with an estimated deficiency to creditors of £1,381,456.

Lewis was also a director of Ultimate Energy which went into administration on 2 December 2008.

His mother, June Lewis, a co-director of Solar Technik and Ultimate Energy, was disqualified on 2 June 2009.

The investigation by The Insolvency Service found that Lewis caused Solar Technik to trade “in a manner which was detrimental to both its customers and creditors”.

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