Stay up to date on how much electricity you are consuming, generating and storing, so you can understand and control your usage. Ubi is also the foundation for community mini-grids and energy sharing.
A mini-grid, sometimes called a virtual power plant, connects networks of homes and businesses together so that they can generate, store and share energy with each other.
Developed in collaboration with Shire Councils, local businesses, community groups and government agencies. These initiatives benefit the region’s economy, community, environment and tourism.
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Not just powering communities, empowering them.
We believe Australia has a bright energy future, and helping Australians understand what’s possible is the first step to getting there.
Mondo is a pioneer in bringing together homes and businesses to generate and share energy.
We designed and built Ubi, the smart energy monitoring and management system, to connect communities and empower them to get the most out of local renewable energy sources, like solar systems and battery storage. Ubi also provides the capability for surplus energy to be shared with neighbours, local businesses or even schools, hospitals, and community organisations.
Mondo can assist in decreasing dependence on energy sourced from fossil fuels by using the existing network to generate, store and share renewable electricity.
Our Vision for Energy Hubs
We see a bright future where communities everywhere use local resources and infrastructure to achieve their energy goals.
An energy hub is our model for doing exactly that.
Using current network infrastructure, new and existing solar systems and batteries—and Ubi —a community can generate, store and share its own energy. Excess energy can be used for local community needs or to create new sources of economic value for a region.
Along with solar systems and battery storage across several energy clusters, we are developing exciting opportunities such as hydrogen conversion, waste to energy, and electric vehicle charging networks.
Our Energy Hub projects are developed in collaboration with Shire Councils, local businesses, community groups and government agencies. These pioneering initiatives have far reaching benefits for the region’s economy, local employment, the community, the environment and tourism.
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