SPONSORED: Positive disruption the power of flexibility in our low carbon future, from EDF

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SPONSORED: There is a new generation of businesses profiting from the UK’s shift towards low-carbon electricity. 

Their common ambition is to drive sustainable profitability while creating increased value for their customers. 

Pioneering businesses are not just switching to low-carbon electricity, but flexing the way they see, buy, use, save, manage, even generate it. 

In this free whitepaper, EDF explains how to maximise opportunities for businesses to add flexibility, discussing how taking a more flexible approach to energy is helping businesses gain a vital edge in the circular economy based around innovative ways of working.

What better way to power sustainable growth than to use what you already have? This whitepaper shows businesses across Britain how to do that, while sharing EDF’s own experiences of putting its energy solutions to work across its many sites. 

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