Energy Australia is set to conduct trials with three startups that graduated from the accelerator program it ran in conjunction with Startupbootcamp.
From a bet made on Twitter just a few short months ago, Tesla has switched on the world’s biggest lithium ion battery in South Australia
Energy Australia has partnered with Redback Technologies to launch the Redback Smart Hybrid System, a renewable energy system used to control energy usage.
Brighte has announced the close of a $4 million Series A round led by Grok Ventures, with the funds to be used to further build out the Brighte platform.
Sydney energy startup Wattwatchers has raised $2 million from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), which administers the government’s Clean Energy Innovation Fund.
Startupbootcamp has launched ‘Energy Australia’, a Melbourne-based accelerator to support startups working in the energy space.
NERA has announced the opening of a $15 million fund to invest in collaborative projects to help Australia’s energy resources sector.
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.
Perth-based startup Spectur has developed a solar powered, cloud-based security camera designed to thrive in remote areas and locations.
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”.
The Sydney Opera House has announced a partnership with Energy Australia that will see the creation of a new industry think tank alongside CSIRO.
Commpow is an ecommerce platform where a small cut of each purchase will go directly to a school to help them finance resources and facilities.
GreenSync has raised $11.5 million in a Series B funding round to facilitate further development of its technology and overseas expansion.
Free Electrons is a global accelerator program allowing startups to work collaboratively with industry on new products and services.