Progress Report
24th August 2015
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City of Sydney have now released their ambitious $400m energy efficiency masterplan. As one of many steps under this wide ranging initiative, Wattblock has now scheduled site visits with 10 residential buildings across the city.

To assist with delivering on our City of Sydney project we welcome three new interns from UNSW engineering faculty (Branden, Kevin and Nick), with specialization in low-energy buildings and renewable energy.
Wattblock also successfully closed its first solar power opportunity for a 30 unit block in Camperdown this week.  The new system will initially be used to power common areas which are used during the daytime.
New Office Space
To accommodate our expanding team which will reach 7 people next week, we are moving into a larger office on Level 2 at the National Innovation Centre in the Australian Technology Park.

Travel Plans

Wattblock has been invited to participate as an exhibitor at the following events coming up shortly.  In both bases we benefit from sponsorship support.  We will be taking the opportunity to do some industry networking.
  • 17-18th Sept    Global Start-up Conference, Seoul, Korea 
  • 22-23rd Sept    Telstra's Vantage Tradeshow, Melbourne 
Reach out if you want to catch up with us while we're in town!

Capital Raise Update: We have $100k remaining to close the round.  If you want more information you should contact us now.  At this point we are keen to close the round and focus on delivering value to our growing customer base.

Other Activities
  • Introduced Abyss Solutions for hot water boilers into a Wattblock account
  • Attended the CSIRO accelerator launch
  • Attended Cisco's Smart Cities presentation at UTS
  • Commenced feasibility study into P2P lending for apartment building retrofits
  • Applied to City of Sydney sister city trade mission to Guangzhou in 2016
Our customer engagement starts with a free report identifying energy waste in buildings. If you have not already done so, create a Wattblock Report for an Australian building. 

Brent Clark
CEO and Founder
Mobile: +61 (0)414 900 515


City of Sydney Energy Efficiency Master Plan will cost $400 million but promises to save more than $600 million in energy bills by 2030.

Download a copy of the City of Sydney Energy Efficiency Masterplan

Download a copy of Attachment B: 'Residential Apartments Sustainability Plan' 
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