'First year of profitability': Octopus triples group revenues to £13bn

Stuart Stone
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Credit: Octopus Energy
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Credit: Octopus Energy

Firm delivered £203m in net profit, extended its software platform to 32 million accounts, and tripled non-UK energy revenues as part of a landmark financial year

Octopus Energy has today revealed its revenues tripled to £13bn during the last financial year, as it returned its first ever full-year profit of £203m. According to the global energy and technology...

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