Faraday Grid nets £25m investment from WeWork founder

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Andrew Scobie, the CEO of Faraday Grid

Billionaire businessman Adam Neumann believes Faraday Grid will 'fundamentally change the way we access and use energy in the future'

Faraday Grid, the UK-based smart energy technology company, has secured a £25m investment from billionaire businessman Adam Neumann to support plans to accelerate its global growth, the company announced...

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