Your energy.
Clean. Local. Fair.
We're bringing energy into the sharing economy. With Nexergy you can buy and sell energy with your peers—your friends, family, neighbours and others in your community—instead of the electricity company.
Got solar?
Connect with people in your community who want to buy your excess solar.

Invite friends and family to buy your excess energy.

Set your price. Charge a premium or provide a discount—you're in control.

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Can't get solar?
Buy your energy from the people in your community selling their excess solar.

Get a discount from family and friends, or support community solar projects.

Direct your $$ to the clean energy resources in your community.

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Community energy
Invite your supporters to contribute to your clean energy project and pay it off faster.

Connect with multiple customers who want to buy the energy you generate.

Charge a premium or provide a discount for those who support your project.

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Take the power back
Register today and join people in over 80 communities who want the benefits of local energy trading.
How it works
Here's a quick scenario illustrating how local energy trading with Nexergy works. This is just one way that Nexergy's platform can provide benefit. Sign up to experience how trading can work for you.
Rob has solar panels on his house and he wants to sell his excess energy to his daughter, Sara.
Rob uses the Nexergy mobile app to invite Sara, setting up a 10% discount for the energy he sells to her.
The excess energy from Rob's solar panels are first sold to Sara. If there's any left over, it's sold back to the electricity company at the standard rate.
Rob and Sara's electricity is delivered via the standard grid—there's nothing to install or setup.
Rob lists himself on the Nexergy sellers directory to connect with others in his community that want to buy any further excess energy his panels generates, over and above what Sara buys.
Sara browses the sellers directory to find other people in her community that she can buy from for when Rob's panels aren't generating enough excess energy to meet her needs.
The benefits of trading are reflected on Rob and Sara's energy bill. Their preferences (buyers and sellers, pricing etc.) are "set and forget" and they can change their preferences at any time.
We've partnered with community energy retailer Energy Locals to provide the Nexergy Preview Release. Learn more...
We're a collaborator on the deX—a collective of energy companies developing a "decentralised energy exchange" so households like yours can transact energy services to utilities. Learn more...
From our blog
Keep in touch with our progress and learn more about the future energy ecosystem on the Nexergy blog on Medium. A sample of our latest posts:
There are three big reasons the early days of summer in 2017 are special in Australia's energy sector. It's the start of the most challenging time of year for energy managers, but this year there are moves afoot to improve our experience of energy and create a more resilient system.
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With electric vehicles (EVs) taking a front seat in automakers' agendas, we need to consider how they might impact the grid—both positively or negatively. EVs also hold potential to provide financial benefits back to their owners for the services their batteries can provide to the grid. In this post we explore these issues, and how local energy trading can help.
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The Glow in-home display takes a different approach to providing feedback about energy usage. Grant highlights how Glow's clever product design responds to some of the challenges in achieving behaviour change with such devices.
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