SmartestEnergy’s Annual Report 2021
01 March 2022
SmartestEnergy’s Annual Report looks back at the highlights from an extraordinary year in the energy industry, and recaps on our global highlights and net-zero ambitions.
Our 2021 Annual l Report recaps on business activities across our Group Companies. In the UK, we've played an active role in empowering our customers around the net zero transition for our renewable and flexible generation customers and businesses; both small-medium enterprises and large I&C companies. Internationally, we've seen our Australian and US businesses make impressive headway given the challenging market conditions. In the US we've been focused on building lasting broker relationships across the Northeast from our regional HQ in Syracuse, NY. While in Australia, delivering on a 100% clean energy proposition in the fast-evolving energy landscape, has allowed us to remain at the cutting edge of innovation around large-scale renewable energy adoption.
Robert Owens, CEO of SmartestEnergy Australia said:
“Australia has seen the world’s fastest rise in roof-top solar and an increased adoption of CPPAs. SmartestEnergy’s long standing history working with generators and customers, has placed us in the right position to work with both sides and bring projects together in an open and transparent way. Our work with UniSuper and AMP Capital is a great testament to this. The agreement shows the demand for renewable energy in Australian business and we aim to connect more companies to renewable generation, enabling their important steps towards net zero”
Some highlights featured in the report include:
- SmartestEnergy Limited in the UK hosted its first ‘Zero Week Festival’, welcoming industry experts, customers, and stakeholders to its London HQ for a day of net zero content and networking
- SmartestEnergy Business Limited in the UK launched 'SmartFix Renewable’, a product for UK small and medium-sized enterprises and appointed Louise Wapshare as CEO
- SmartestEnergy US expanded trading operations with the addition of origination and renewables
- SmartestEnergy Australia and AMP Capital agreed to allocate renewable electricity from Providence Asset Group’s solar farms to Unisuper’s (Super Fund) East coast property portfolio