We already have the power to harness the sun, now we just need the power to make it shine when we need to, Energy Storage is just that.

Neill Human

End-to-End Energy Storage


Data-driven review and specification of your energy storage need.

System Design

Technology propelled and asset smart approach to system design. 


Vertically integrated partnerships with tailored finance solutions. 


Integration of our ESaaS offering with minimal intrusion.


Real-time management and maintenance of our ESS asset.


Continuous optimization of system performance as our incentive.

Let's talk economics

Time Value of Money

We all know money today is worth more than money in the future, especially when you could have invested it elsewhere. If you had to buy a 1MWH energy storage system at $400/kWh ($400k) and you could have earned 7% interest on your investment elsewhere over 15 years you would have $1,103,612. 

Opportunity Cost

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Future Value
Net Present Value

Achieving a positive NPV when evaluating a $400k investment in a 1MWH energy storage system will require an annual value creation requirement of $44,000 and more over a period of 15 years as a result of the Time Value of Money. 

Annual Value required

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Required Income/value
Usable Value

Batteries degrade with use fairly linearly with discharge cycles and depending on battery type, will be considered “dead” when it reaches 60% of that initial capacity. This means you pay for an average of 80% of the initial capacity over the useful term. 

Average Capacity

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Required Income/value
Degradation cost

As your battery will deliver only an average of 80% of its capacity over its life, where a $400k investment in a 1MWH energy storage system will effectively lose as much as $40k in value per 1000 cycles at the initial capital cost of $400/kWh given the average available capacity over the term.  

Value Lost

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Required Income/value
Our offer will always be more sensible

We understand the true cost of owning energy storage assets and we posses the tools and relationships to mitigate the risks by deliberately building innovation into our business, embedding innovation into our strategy, culture and architecture. 

So Why ESaaS?

When you buy a battery, you’re left with how it performs over its life. 

With ESaaS, we need to ensure the system performs, because that’s our revenue we are talking about. 

Ultimately, whats good for the goose, is good for the gander.