Newcastle software startup optimising solar and batteries

In this podcast, Beyond Zero radio’s Anthony Daniele and Matt Grantham talk to Dr Andrew Mears founder of SwitchDin, a Newcastle-based software startup, which enables prosumers greater participation in the electricity market through connectivity of their of rooftop solar energy and battery storage systems. The SwitchDin solution optimises energy systems according to your criteria such as cost, reliability, system emissions, or availability, with the advanced predictive control ensuring optimal performance in a changing environment.

“Real-time data is key to coordinate many small systems, yet current solar and batteries products do not easily share data. Until such times as standards and practices are aligned, the industry needs a trusted third party to improve connectivity and enable a more open and flexible data approach. This can then enable advanced coordination and facilitate new types of energy service business models.”
[Photo supplied by SwitchDin]

BZE Technology Radio Show: 3 May 2017: Podcast

Beyond Zero Emissions talks to Dr Andrew Mears

BZE Interviewers: Anthony Daniele, Matt Grantham

Interview recorded on: 3 May 2017

From Radio 3CR in Melbourne, Australia

Further reading:

Video: SwitchDin

University of Newcastle: Startup Stories – SwitchDin

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