Energy Australia has partnered with Redback Technologies to launch the Redback Smart Hybrid System, a renewable energy system used to control energy usage.
Jumping strides ahead of Australia’s eventual electric car boom is Sydney startup Everty, a peer-to-peer charging network for electric cars.
The SA government has announced an agreement between Neoen and Tesla that will see the world’s largest lithium ion battery installed a local wind farm.
Sydney-based Wattcost has developed a consumer-friendly IoT device that slaps on a homeowners powerbox and allows them to track their energy usage.
Reposit Power is offering a device where homeowners store energy from their solar panels and sell it back to their electricity provider for “GridCredits”.
Wattwatchers has announced that it has closed a $2 million raise to help widen the its team, reduce product costs and expand “technology partnerships”.
South Australian Premier Jay Weatherill has unveiled a “21st Century energy plan that protects the people of South Australia”.
GreenSync has raised $11.5 million in a Series B funding round to facilitate further development of its technology and overseas expansion.
While it makes sense to sell energy based on consumption, Sydney startup Mojo has decided to disrupt the market and tilt that point of sale on its head.
While finding reliable sources of clean, cheap energy should be high on the political agenda, a Sydney-based startup thinks Australia is approaching the energy equation backwards. Irish-Australian technologist and founder of CIM Environmental Group, David Walsh said it’s cleaner and cheaper to not use energy than it will ever be to produce it.
Unlike ‘old school’ electricity providers in the market, Excellence Solar is rolling with the times when it comes to energy innovation while putting their own spin on business.