'We've faltered on many fronts': After Covid and energy crises, OVO Energy's CEO Raman Bhatia plots a fresh path to net zero

Michael Holder
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OVO Energy's CEO Raman Bhatia launched the firm's new Path to Zero offer yesterday
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OVO Energy's CEO Raman Bhatia launched the firm's new Path to Zero offer yesterday

OVO Energy's CEO Raman Bhatia speaks to BusinessGreen about firm's refreshed net zero vision following the disruption wrought by pandemics, war in Ukraine, and soaring living costs

Back in the distant history of autumn 2019, OVO Energy unveiled its 'Plan Zero' strategy to largely decarbonise its own business, the energy it supplies to millions of households and businesses, and its...

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