As is happening with many supply chains due to the ongoing pandemic, Wattwatchers is seeing significant delays in order deliveries to our customers.
We apologise for any difficulties this creates and we’re working to minimise disruptions. Customers can assist by ordering with as much lead time as possible. Please talk to your Wattwatchers sales contact, or use our new Online Shop to place orders.
Wattwatchers is Australia's leading technology platform helping households and businesses to be energy efficient and maximise renewable energy.
Who's using our technology?
Wattwatchers energy data products and services solve a wide variety of challenges for homes, businesses, industry and trade customers. Ways in which Wattwatchers helps include:
Does your business need greater visibility and control of the energy performance of your assets?
Installers & Electrical Contractors
Do you want to provide greater value to your customers bundled with the delivery of solar and other energy-related products?
There are many other ways that our customers use Wattwatchers technology
How does it work?
By accelerating the transition to a smarter, cleaner, and fairer energy future, Wattwatchers has a positive impact on the economy, society and the environment.
Our technology, data analytics and insights, and our broader business activities all contribute to this goal.
Dispatches from the new energy frontier
Insights into the latest energy trends, and how our technology is supporting the new energy future, presented by our team.
Newly-appointed independent board director Mark Gill is bringing a rare blend of expertise to Australian clean technology scale-up, Wattwatchers Digital Energy, with his professional career spanning over a quarter of a century, and several countries.
When the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) proposed that energy retailers be required to include ‘solar usage’ data on customer electricity bills, we thought it sounded too good to be true. But we still made a submission supporting it.
The MyTown Microgrid project is a three-year feasibility study to help the Heyfield community in regional Victoria to decide if a microgrid could work for their tiny corner of the grid, and to guide other communities exploring similar moves.
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Our monthly e-newsletter highlights the latest industry trends, Wattwatchers product and service announcements, and more…