Wattwatchers finalist in Australian Technologies Competition

Wattwatchers this morning (October 3, 2016) has been named as one of three finalists for the New Energy Award in the Australian Technologies Competition (ATC16), having been selected from 11 semi-finalists in this category.

Judging to decide the New Energy Award winner will take place on Wednesday evening October 5 at a special Showcase event embedded into the All Energy Australia conference and trade show in Melbourne. The overall ATC16 winner, to be chosen from the winners of each of the 8 categories, will be judged and announced in Sydney on November 2.

We're excited and grateful for the opportunity to be recognised among a great bunch of Australian innovators. 

New video: electrician Glenn Beames does an installation 

Wattwatchers energy monitor

Wattwatchers' favourite electrician Glenn Beames, of Beames Electrical in Sydney, has installed more Wattwatchers than most people (make that electricians) on the planet.

In our latest video - watch it on You Tube - Glenn does a 3-phase installation of a WiFi Auditor device to monitor a typical larger-sized residential load, a pool pump.

Our data is helping to turn world leaders into green leaders

Solar Head of State Government House St Lucia

If you missed it in the Renew Economy article, Wattwatchers and our PV monitoring partner Solar Analytics have been helping the international not-for-profit Solar Head of State in its global mission to 'turn world leaders into green leaders'.

Together, our Australian-developed world-leading new energy technologies will allow the performance of a 5.5kW PV system installed on the roof of Government House (pictured) on the small Caribbean island nation of St Lucia to be monitored over the internet from anywhere.