Melbourne branch

Event Details

ATA Melbourne branch meeting - Reposit – the FiT alternative
February 15, 2017 at 6:00 pm

When: Wednesday 15 February 2017, 6.45 for 7:00pm
Where: Engineering (EN) Building, Swinburne University, Hawthorn Campus, Room EN413 (if you are unfamiliar with this location view or download this Hawthorn campus map).
Cost: Free. (A gold coin donation would be appreciated to offset costs.)

Presenters: Luke Osborne, chief operating officer, Reposit Power and Tony Sennitt, CEO of Diamond Energy.

Luke has been an executive in the electricity industry for over a decade. He was formerly CEO of Australia’s most successful renewable energy company and has worked in the Canadian, USA, NZ and South African electricity systems.

Reposit Power is changing how the electricity generation, distribution and retailing of power occurs in Australia.

Reposit integrates with solar battery systems to harness the power of the sun and enables customers to trade in the wholesale market - selling power back to the grid when prices are highest – earning households GridCredits and an even lower electricity bill.

Reposit also learns energy habits, it then reliably predicts energy usage and can adjust the battery system to store power when the sun is shining, or charge overnight from cheap electricity prices if prediction algorithms show a shortfall from solar.  By monitoring energy habits and predicting weather forecasts, Reposit can optimise how the system directs energy and save you money.

Tony Sennitt, the CEO of Diamond Energy, one of Reposit's energy partners, will explain their operations.

Diamond Energy has been operating for over 10 years in the Renewable Energy field and are passionate supporters of many forms of renewable energy: solar, wind, wave, bio energy....

You can view the Reposit presentation slides here.

Regards, the Melbourne branch committee.






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