When considering whether to add energy storage to your home, you’ll probably find yourself asking, ‘What size battery system should I install?’ The answer is fairly straightforward and ultimately comes down to your energy usage habits…
We’re different from other energy storage providers because of our commitment to sourcing natural elements from the Earth. Commonly used battery agents such as Lithium-ion or Lead Acid for example are mined and are toxic to our environment if not properly disposed of.
By joining our body of Authorised PowerCap® installers, your solar or electrical business can become a complete energy service provider to better support your clientele and the Earth. Omnexa’s array of clean energy training courses make improving your personal or employee’s skill base easy! Additionally, our team of RPEQ engineers are available for electrical support and or troubleshooting for complex electrical configurations such as off-grid and two-phase power supply.
The AEMC has just released new rules to allow power companies to charge an Australian Solar Export Tax. This means that Australians currently benefitting from solar feed-in-tariffs will soon be billed to send power back to the grid. This change has left many Australian residents asking the question, how can I avoid paying the Australian Solar export tax? Omnexa has the perfect solution – PowerCap® energy storage technology.
Ever wondered about the difference between Graphene and Lithium-Ion? As the energy storage market grows to meet consumer demand, Graphene and Lithium-Ion compounds are being compared to determine a user’s ROI and embedded environmental impact. The main areas of consideration when comparing home batteries are Cycle Life, Energy Density and Recyclability.
Today, almost 1 in 5 Australian households are fitted with solar panels making maximising solar efficiency a top priority for many. Below are some simple tips to make the most of your solar and or home energy storage system…
When considering if solar is right for your home, one of the first questions you’ll need to ask yourself is what size system should I install? If you are new to solar, working out power consumption, roof space and grid limits can seem daunting, but this article should help clear some of your confusion.
The PowerCap® is a renewable, graphene-based battery that absorbs excess solar produced during the day for later use. The PowerCap® operates independently to the grid to provide 24/7 protection against blackouts whilst reducing your carbon footprint and saving you money.
Omnexa is pleased to announce that it has signed a research partnership with Green Vision Developments to provide the Vue Eco Village in Goonellabah, NSW with a world-first bushfire protected, microgrid community system.