How did a traditional fossil-fuel company reinvent itself as a clean energy giant in less than a decade and shake the rest of the industry out of its complacency? It viewed climate change as an opportunity not a threat.
In the face of climate change, limited fossil fuel resources and fragile fuel trade agreements, it is clear that the way the world ‘does’ energy has to change. Whilst there are many moral and ethical reasons that businesses should seek to reduce their energy consumption and emissions, the course of business history tells us that few companies will actually do this unless the decision to do so is also financially attractive.
Enter XL Hybrids.
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A food delivery startup expanding its user base by focusing on its core competency and vertical integration
How a local FMCG player with regional footprint managed to become an international company