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Business Solar Quick Steps to Energy Cost Reduction

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How to Reduce your energy consumption

We work with businesses of all sizes to achieve higher energy efficiency and in return reduce their operating costs. The central mechanism we employ to reduce our clients’ electricity bills is auditing.

Benefits of Energy Audits

Our auditors will work with you to design and provide better solutions for your company to increase the energy efficiency in your business. They will have a better understanding of how your business uses energy as they uncover and identify areas where energy is being wasted. In the process, they are able to locate any safety issues or structural problems that you may not be fully aware of. In short, you won’t get caught with the high cost of energy or a costly repair that you least expect.

We work with businesses of all sizes with the industries leading professionals.

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Power Factor Correction Saves

Edge Electrons Partnership

Edge’s award-winning power electronics software that has revolutionised traditional energy saving methods. The unique Power Factor Correction and Voltage Optimisation technologies are protected by over 20 global patents and are more accurate and cost-effective lowering bills than existing market solutions.

Edge has proudly partnered with global manufacturing giant, Flex. Together they are committed to large-scale production using safe and durable materials of the highest quality.

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Solar Power Purchase Agreements

Did you know our solar PPA (Power Purchase Agreement)

The new solution for businesses, that provides you with solar savings with no upfront costs and no on-going maintenance costs? This is just the beginning because we have partnered with Ovidia – Their mission is to give Australia “energy consumers” more choice and easier access to the benefits of new energy solutions.

Ovida is a company owned and backed by one of Australia’s largest energy infrastructure companies, SGSP (Australia) Assets Pty Ltd (SGSPAA), who own $10.5 billion worth of major utility infrastructure across Australia