Property Businesses

Property is the new utility, locally and sustainably providing essential services such as energy and water to building occupants. We help land and property developers, and real-estate investment trusts, integrate clean energy infrastructure into their properties.

Singapore Clean Energy

Electrification is a major global trend with multiple jurisdictions around the world setting dates to ban the sale of fossil fuel vehicles and to ban gas connections to new developments.

From residential land developments, apartments, and retirement homes, to commercial offices, shopping centres, and large industrial estates, the most sustainable developments integrate local clean energy solutions.

All new land and property developments should embed e-mobility and renewable energy generation and battery storage, and in most cases, retrofitting this technology will improve asset values for existing properties.

Gridcognition can optimise the selection, sizing, and controls for new clean energy solutions within new and existing properties. And can take into account new options for participation in energy markets, like creating virtual power plants, and new options for private electricity distribution networks in the form of microgrids and embedded networks.

Gridcognition recognises the complexity of the property sector and the need to support multiple stakeholders — owners, developers, managers, tenants, and buyers — and can give everyone visibility of the costs and benefits, planning and operations, of distributed energy technology.

Thinking Energy

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Solar Export Tariffs in GB

  Introduction Our previous post compared the value that residential PV solar owners in Australia can get from the various Feed in Tariff (FiT) schemes in different states. We found that the relative economics of wholesale market prices and FiT schemes varied...

Solar Feed in Tariffs in Australia: Who’s Getting a Raw Deal?

  Introduction In recent years solar feed-in-tariffs (FiTs) in Australia have been falling steadily to reflect both changes to the underlying wholesale markets, but also in acknowledgement by governments that solar no longer needs juicy FiT incentives to fly....

Modelling community batteries

Here's a quick video building on our recent blog post on community battery network tariffs. I've taken one of the trial tariffs and added in the perspective of how the battery might reduce network cost at the local distribution level.