Who Benefits? 

01

Who benefits?

CUSTOMERS

  • Improved energy experience and access to new plans and services

  • Increased resilience of local energy access through ability to microgrid and access distributed energy resources

  • Greater control over energy use, payment amounts, spend and budget

  • Ability to participate in ownership of distributed renewable assets, contributing to long term wealth creation in the community

  • Increased visibility of your energy use and its contribution to supporting your local energy grid and community

02

Who benefits?

GOVERNMENT

  • Creates skilled and unskilled jobs and stimulates local economic development through decentralisation of support services.

  • Increase proportion of renewable energy, reducing carbon emissions and exceeding national renewable energy targets

  • Reduced recurring subsidy requirement, lessening state debt 

  • Improved energy reliability and system resiliency, leading to indirect benefits in incremental economic growth and consumer income

03

Who benefits?

GRID OPERATOR

  • Improved operating margins and reduced technical and commercial losses.

  • Improved asset utilization and protection from increasing levels of distributed energy resources

  • Ability to support and economically facilitate distributed energy resources

  • Reduced capital spend through better asset utilization and transformer load balancing

  • Device includes a smart meter, ensuring smart metering targets are met and exceeded

  • Reduced theft and bad debts

04

Who benefits?

COMMUNITIES

  • Increased control over energy service in the community

  • Renewable energy to support local grids, allowing communities to thrive through cleaner, greener energy 

  • Reduced spend on energy on community assets and infrastructure

  • Ability for the community to participate in distributed energy, creating local wealth in the long term

  • Increased levels of renewable energy, less carbon emissions and less pollution

05

Who benefits?

MOTHER EARTH

  • Increased asset utilisation, lowering or deferring infrastructure deployment

  • Enables communities to grow consumption while lessening carbon impact 

  • Uses existing buildings, freeing up valuable land

  • Increases renewable energy levels in the supply of energy, reducing emissions and contributing to global carbon reduction targets