How Evergen calculates return on investment

Analysis with CSIRO

We worked with CSIRO in doing a whole bunch of analysis on cost savings that different Australian households can enjoy from batteries. And that analysis looked at the electricity consumption of houses, the location of houses, the type of electricity bill people have, who their electricity retailer is and so on. So when we’re looking at – can someone benefit from batteries – we’re really using that analysis together with some good science around how much solar in a particular part of Australia will generate together with some data around your personal household’s electricity consumption to say – yes, this makes sense, it will pay for itself in this sort of timeframe, or – no you’re a house that doesn’t use a great deal of electricity, it’s all in the middle of the day, and frankly today you really don’t need this technology but it might be so useful for you down the road.

How much will you save?

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13/14 Options for existing solar

There’s the traditional approach to designing battery systems for grid connection, and they’re fine. But we’ve got something better.

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Understanding the payback

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

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14/14 This is the future of energy

We are about to go through profound, amazing, unprecedented change in our energy world and we’re in the middle of it.

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