Case studies

GreenSync expands smart technology business to help transform energy use

GreenSync
Location
National
Victoria
Investment
Innovation Fund
Category
Renewable energy

GreenSync expands smart technology business

GreenSync, which specialises in technology for better energy management, is expanding its business to help create the smart electricity grid of the future.

GreenSync is part of a new generation of energy innovators using smart software controls to optimise the use of energy resources in electricity grids. Through smart controls and coordination, more renewable resources and battery storage systems can be integrated into the grid, extending the benefits to more businesses and consumers.

More control for electricity consumers

GreenSync's software solutions products are designed for industrial and commercial facilities, energy retailers and electrical utilities, as well as residential precincts and campuses.

The GreenSync technologies allow large electricity consumers such as manufacturers, resorts and retail centres, to more closely monitor their electricity consumption and work with their suppliers to reduce their grid energy requirements and maximise their use of onsite renewable energy such as solar.

“As we move towards a new era where energy storage and control are essential to maintain stable grids, GreenSync will stay focused on innovations that harness the collective strength of all industry players, and deliver substantially new models for operating grids around the globe."

Phil Blythe, GreenSync

The CEFC has committed up to $5 million in equity as part of an $11.5 million Series B capital raising by GreenSync. The finance, through the Clean Energy Innovation Fund, will help the business scale up its operations, expanding in Australia and overseas.

The Southern Cross Renewable Energy Fund, a co-investment between ARENA and Softbank China Venture Capital, and managed by Southern Cross Venture Partners, has committed a further $5 million to the capital raising. The remaining capital was provided by a private fund.

The CEFC has committed up to $5 million in equity as part of an $11.5 million Series B capital raising by GreenSync. The finance, through the Clean Energy Innovation Fund, will help the business scale up its operations, expanding in Australia and overseas.

The Southern Cross Renewable Energy Fund, a co-investment between ARENA and Softbank China Venture Capital, and managed by Southern Cross Venture Partners, has committed a further $5 million to the capital raising. The remaining capital was provided by a private fund.

RS1153 IMGP1987 Lightened

National, Victoria, Innovation Fund, Renewable energy