Our Vision

Evergen was founded with a vision of lowering the cost of energy to all Australians, using clean, renewable power and intelligent technology from CSIRO.

Our Heritage

When CSIRO and AMP Capital came together to discuss the future of energy, their shared vision became Evergen – a transformational idea for the future of Australia’s energy.

Our Company

Evergen is a new breed of energy services company that sells and manages intelligent home energy systems comprising solar power, batteries and intelligent energy management developed by CSIRO. Evergen is unlocking the potential of renewable energy by installing intelligently managed solar battery systems, interconnected with the grid, giving people the ability to store solar power for when they need it and providing a cleaner and more reliable electricity system. The technology gives customers greater control than ever before on their home energy.

The energy intelligence from CSIRO provides an incredible level of sophistication, allowing for deep insights into customer’s energy needs and the ability for each Evergen system to operate differently, in an optimal way for each specific home.

Evergen is Australia’s first, next-generation, intelligent home energy system and has the investment and technical backing of CSIRO and leading investment manager AMP Capital.

Our Board

Stephen Dunne

Stephen Dunne

With more than 25 years’ experience in investment management in Australia and the UK, Stephen served as AMP Capital CEO for more than a decade. He currently serves on the Cbus Board and Investment Committee, and is a non-executive director for QIC.

Michael Cummings

Michael Cummings

Michael is AMP Capital’s Head of Australian and NZ Funds, which includes responsibility for leading its Energy and Utilities Sector team. He is also the Fund Manager for AMP Capital’s flagship Diversified Infrastructure Trust, with investments in transport, energy and social infrastructure assets.

Peter Mayfield

Dr Peter Mayfield is the Executive Director: Environment, Energy and Resources, at CSIRO. He has responsibility for approximately 2000 researchers, who provide science and technology solutions that will enhance the value Australia derives from its vast energy and mineral resources.

Craig Keary

Craig Keary

Craig Keary is Director, Australia & New Zealand at AMP Capital where he is responsible for all client-facing activity in Australia and New Zealand. He is a member of the CSIRO Stakeholder Superannuation Research Cluster Committee. Mr Keary has more than 26 years of financial services experience including at Westpac, CBA and HSBC.

Sally Treeby

Sally spent over 20 years in the financial services sector in Australia and the UK followed by an executive role with The Ethics Centre in Sydney. She currently sits on a number of boards, is passionate about impact investing and is actively engaged in child rights advocacy.

Our Management Team

Ben Hutt

CEO – Ben is an experienced, execution focused entrepreneur and management consultant who recently joined Evergen to enable the company to fulfil its potential as Australias leading prop-tech/energy-tech disruptor. He has founded and scaled multiple companies including one that raised more than $25m, scaled to the UK, Canada, and the USA and ultimately listed on the ASX.

Vincenzo Marciano

Vincenzo Marciano

Chief Solutions Officer – Vincenzo is a specialist in high value transformation projects in the equity and energy trading industries and brings experience in business intelligence, big data and analytics.  He is driving a technologically advanced Evergen by bringing the disruptive “Internet of Energy” (IOE) to life.

Our Customers

Evergen customers across Australia save on average 80% off their energy bill.

Discover more

Why batteries change everything

Why are solar batteries getting so much attention around the world, and particularly in Australia at the moment? This 14-part series answers the big questions

Find out more →

Understanding the payback

Evergen looks at the payback calculation for its first installed system and asks how might if change if electricity tariffs rise.

Find out more →

Your questions answered

You can find answers to our most frequently asked questions here. If you can't find the answer you're looking for just contact us.

Find out more →

To help personalise content and to tailor and measure adverts, we use cookies. By clicking on or navigating the site, you agree to allow us to collect information through cookies. Learn more: Cookies Policy.

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.