Get a Battery Energy Storage System at no cost

We’ll install a battery on your land and then pay you a fixed annual rental payment.

What is a Battery Energy Storage System?

A Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) is a solution that stores energy for later use. It plays a crucial role in the transition towards renewable energy by enabling better energy management, reducing peak demand periods, and enhancing grid stability.

What is the offering?

Energy Locals is launching a trial program aimed at businesses with outdoor space, such as a carpark or vacant land. We’ll install a battery on your land and then pay you a fixed annual rental payment for a lease of 10 to 15 years.

These batteries help us provide grid support services to keep our electricity network stable and reliable. Plus, they play a crucial role in our Virtual Power Plant, linking batteries across the country to create a more renewable energy system for more Australians.

Not all sites are suitable for batteries so get in touch and we’ll be happy to review your details.

Am I eligible?

Get in touch with us for full eligibility criteria.

Why are we doing this?

We want to accelerate the move to renewables and have found that providing investment solutions supports those we partner with to progress their energy strategies. This is an opportunity we have made sure benefits everyone.

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