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.
Brisbane solar energy startup Redback Technologies has today announced a strategic investment of $9.3 million into the company from Energy Australia.
Sydney startup Mojo Power provides consumers with wholesale energy rates through a monthly subscription fee
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.
UK firm Armstrong Energy, which specialises in the development, acquisition, and operation of power projects, has exchanged contracts with Gelion, a battery startup spun out of the University of Sydney. The companies stated that the exchange is underpinned by a commitment valued at $11 million.
Perth software startup Sentient Computing takes out top prize at the first KPMG Energise accelerator
Perth software company Sentient Computing was last night named the winner of the first KPMG Energise accelerator program, taking out the $100,000 prize thanks to its new MVX product, which uses data to create interactive 3D environments.
Sydney startup develops small-scale solution that will have a big impact on energy usage in Australia
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.
Internet-of-Things startup Pooled Energy is looking to change that with its new technology that constantly measures and records data and allows users to manage their pools on their smartphones.
Energy-tech startup carbonTrack raises another $2 million as it sets sights towards the Asian market
carbonTrack allows users to track their energy use in their homes and pinpoint their biggest areas of cost and energy consumption. The application also allows its users to turn appliances on and off via their mobile phone no matter where they are in the world, helping them manage their usage in a more productive and effective manner.
Wattblock believes it can crowdsource Australia’s carbon emission reduction target without Government intervention
If Wattblock achieves all it has planned this year, it could very well make a meaningful dent in Australia’s carbon emissions whilst building a business that has billions of dollars in global potential.
Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK) today announced that its StartmeupHK Venture Programme 2013 has drawn an overwhelming response with 380 entries from entrepreneur-led businesses in 43 countries and cities worldwide.