Manufacturer of renewable energy products myenergi expands into Australia
The rising global popularity of electric vehicles (EVs), energy independence and ethical living have led myenergi, the manufacturer of renewable energy products for eco-smart home management, to expand its operations into Australia.
The new subsidiary, located in Greater Melbourne, Victoria, will be led by EV advocate, expert and electrification pioneer Russell Shepherd. The move will bring myenergi’s class-leading technology to Australian homes, helping Aussies achieve a more sustainable lifestyle and total energy independence.
myenergi’s zappi is the world’s first solar compatible EV charger. With optional charging modes to either draw power from the grid or utilise 100% self-generated green energy, the pioneering device makes charging your car easy and eco-friendly. The system includes a supporting app that allows users to remotely monitor and easily control their charging.
myenergi’s eddi energy diverter allows users to maximise self-consumption of renewable energy, by using it to power pool pumps and heat hot water. The potential ROI, control and monitoring eco system between both products is totally unique in the marketplace.
With the highest levels of solar irradiation in the world, Australia is the perfect extension of myenergi’s global operations. With many Australian homes using solar PV systems and EV ownership increasing by more than 400% since 2016, enthusiasm for sustainable power and future transport technologies is increasing.
Jordan Brompton, co-founder and CMO of myenergi, commented: “We are extremely excited to be launching our new subsidiary in Australia. Our international expansion programme is building with impressive momentum, with subsidiaries already operational in Germany, Ireland and The Netherlands.
“As a renowned electrification expert, Russell is the perfect person to spearhead our Australian operations, bringing a wealth of experience from the EV market. We are fully confident in his ability to highlight the benefits and quality of our technologies and enable widespread adoption by EV drivers down under.”