Open Utility’s award-winning peer-to-peer software allows customers and generators to upload their energy and choose what type they consume.
With the much anticipated release of the Innovation Statement yesterday, what implications does it have for Australia’s fledgling clean energy start-up sector?
The Innovation Statement is a great first step, but it takes more than that to build a true innovation ecosystem.
I’ve managed to distill good energy communication down to six basic rules, which hopefully can provide our industry with some inspiration to make energy as magical as a hit song.
The founders at UtilityAPI make a delicious beer, but even more delicious is their software.
CrowdEner.gy aims to make community energy easy. But recent government changes to the feed-in-tariff have made it a difficult market.
BürgerWerke is an innovative energy retailer start-up aiming to ‘close-the-loop’ on citizen energy in Germany. Chris Cooper pays them a visit in Heidelberg.
Schönau. Village of 2500 inhabitants in the Black Forest. A beautiful remote alpine village that bought back its grid and has been leading the energy revolution.
Internet revolution brought us Google, Facebook, eBay, Wikipedia, YouTube and AirBnB, among others. So who will dominate the energy revolution?
So, what does Tesla’s battery storage offering, the Powerwall, mean for consumers. We include a unique online calculator to help you find out. On average, however, solar only continues to offer best value. But the grid only option comes last.