EnergyAustralia enters embedded network market

EnergyAustralia continues to expand its business capabilities and service offerings, having launched a dedicated business to serve the growing embedded networks market. Positioned securely as a Tier 1 energy retailer with its 2.6 million residential and business customer accounts, EnergyAustralia can now help you build, operate and manage your developments’ energy needs.

Why EnergyAustralia?

As one of Australia’s leading energy retailers, we can help you build, operate and manage your embedded network through our fully owned subsidiary The Embedded Networks Company with:

  • A dedicated Embedded Network Team who can work with you during the feasibility, build and operation phases of your development project.
  • Energy expertise for the end-to-end process from initial connection to billing.
  • Site specific, tailored solutions with the agility to align with changing regulatory requirements and evolving business models.
  • The financial strength and security backed by a Tier 1 energy partner.

Why an embedded network?

Embedded networks have become a successful element in many residential, retirement and commercial developments. Traditionally focused on core electricity, progressive developers are now seeking embedded network solutions that are digital-enabled and incorporate metering and billing of bulk hot water, air conditioning, solar and moving forward storage and other emerging solutions. While changing, the key principles of an embedded network remain:

  • They can provide an income stream to the owners corporation, which can help reduce building levies.
  • Built, retained and managed developments can benefit from the increased yield of operational income streams generated by the embedded networks.
  • Properly designed and implemented embedded networks can assist a development to achieve a higher Green Star rating.

Get in touch

If you’d like to know more, get in touch today for a turn-key embedded network energy solution by calling 1300 345 863.


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