Upside Energy: The cloud service helping businesses to better balance energy demand

Michael Holder
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Upside Energy (L-R): operations director Lesley Allan; co-founder and CEO Dr Graham Oakes
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Upside Energy (L-R): operations director Lesley Allan; co-founder and CEO Dr Graham Oakes

The UK start-up's Virtual Energy Store - which aggregates energy data to help better balance supply and demand - has proved a hit with investors

Much like the UK's energy grid, Upside Energy has found itself in ever greater demand since its inception. Particularly, that is, from investors - and it isn't difficult to see why. It is well-documented...

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