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ACT Next Generation Energy Storage Grants

The following companies have been successful in the latest round of the Next Generation Energy Storage Grants.

Households and businesses interested in installing a discounted battery storage system should contact the grant winners directly.

While these companies are selected to participate in the storage grants scheme, the ACT Government isn’t endorsing the companies or their products.

If you’re considering battery storage you need to evaluate the products and options on offer and use your own judgement to choose the company that is right for you.

ActewAGL Retail, a local energy retailer, experienced in providing solar and battery storage, is expanding its range to offer world leading battery storage solutions from Panasonic, Sunverge and SolaX. Installations will also include an advanced energy monitoring system so households can optimise their electricity consumption from either the grid, solar system or the battery.

Energy Matters is a national solar installer with 10 years of experience.  Energy Matters will work with local installation partner Captain Kilowatt and storage specialist Geli to install Tesla Powerwall batteries that leverage the Geli Internet of Energy platform.

EPC Solar (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) is a locally-owned renewable energy company, providing solar and battery solutions for residential and commercial customers. They will install Samsung and salt-water Aquion batteries coupled with Carbon Track and Reposit systems under the program. Their energy systems enable a smart home, energy savings and emergency power.

Evergen will be deploying intelligently managed residential energy systems that use load and generation prediction to optimise battery performance. Systems are continuously monitored and adapt to the changing loads and solar generation. Evergen's energy management technology is provided by the CSIRO, who regularly monitor the system and update its performance.

ITP Renewables is a local renewable energy consulting and project engineering firm, with experience in installing batteries in households and off-grid projects. ITP are also conducting a battery performance trial at their battery test centre at the CIT. ITP are offering Tesla and LG Chem batteries and Reposit Systems for residential and commercial installations.

Origin Energy is a national energy retailer with more than a decade experience installing and operating solar. Origin will install the Tesla Powerwall and RepositPower system with a local sales team and local installers. Origin will also share knowledge and help build capacity in the local industry through the Renewable Energy Hub and CBRIN KILN Incubator.

Power Saving Centre Canberra (PSC) will be providing Tesla Powerwall and LG Chem battery solutions suitable for a range of residential and commercial consumers. PSC will utilise the smart management systems of their partners Reposit and Switchdin to help households optimise both their systems, and their usage.

SolarHub is an established, Canberra solar company that will offer the next generation of LG Chem and Telsa batteries to residential customers in the ACT. SolarHub will work with Canberra start-up Reposit, and retailer Simply Energy, to allow households to sell battery power back to the grid.

Source: ACT Government


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