Industry Report Partner Spotlight:

Ross Sharman, Founder and Executive Director of Accurassi

"The average Australian household emits 14 carbon tonnes a year, 60% of this total through gas/electricity and 33% through vehicle fuels. An electrified home (i.e. no gas), an oversized solar system with a stationary battery or an electric vehicle with bi-directional charging could bring this carbon number close to zero – and also save the home thousands of dollars a year".

‍"Our 10 million Australian households, including all of their appliances, vehicles, and cooking, heating and cooling loads, are responsible for approximately 42% of the emissions of our domestic economy. We are now rapidly moving towards a distributed energy grid (where the home/car becomes a virtual power plant).

By 2030, it is projected that 50% of homes will have solar with 25% of homes also having an electric vehicle or stationary battery. No solution currently exists for energy retailers to efficiently deploy and monetise the home power station, or a home owner navigate this transition.

Accurassi is a technology business that works with energy retailers, governments and banks, they are the trusted leader in digitised customer acquisition for the energy market.  Accurassi’s vision is to be the world’s most customer-focussed energy tech company, designed for our net-zero future. By leading with automated consent data sharing (Consumer Data Right) and our subscription data services we will help energy retailers and financiers provide the guidance and personalisation for homes to transition to zero carbon. Accurassi’s impact will be measured by reduction of carbon emissions at the home".


Ross Sharman


Learn more about Accurassi here: https://accurassi.com/

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Cover Photo by Matthew Henry on Unsplash

Jul 12, 2022

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