Our efforts at Innovex are aimed towards fixing how solar energy is delivered both as a product and as a service to these low-income populations and we strongly believe that modern technologies have a transformational role to play.
The advent of blockchain-powered online marketplaces with standardised contract architecture means that smaller business owners can strike a deal for power procurement in a relatively short timeframe as well - weeks rather than the months or years that PPAs typically traverse.
Our data shows renewables, all electric systems and batteries will help fuel the change towards a healthier, economically viable future of mining, but uncertainty remains when it comes to to which area to invest in first, and how.
Clipsal products help Spurling Electrical offer superior reliability, optimise energy use, and deliver a positive return on investment for customers.
Power Ledger and BCPG are creating the first REC marketplace of its kind in Asia, bridging the gap between buyers and sellers by providing an end-to-end solution that tracks REC generation, trading and retirement through one integrated online system without the need for a broker.
At a special introductory price of just $49 annually, the service saves the average Australian household over $350 on the first switch – with a full year of bill monitoring and potential savings down the line too.
This project is a world first with great significance for how cities around the world can learn to share solar.
Sendle and Bonds both take the responsibility to lead industry change seriously and look forward to the day when every parcel in Australia is shipped carbon neutrally.
Renewable energy switching platform EnergyIQ launched today, offering electricity plans from a range of future-focused energy retail brands proactively working towards 100% renewable energy
Power Ledger and Nicheliving partner to bring blockchain energy trading tech to Western Australian...
Power Ledger’s technology will be deployed with Connected Communities Energy, a joint venture between Perth’s largest medium density property developer, Nicheliving.