Unlock rooftop solar for apartments and
Unlock rooftop solar for apartments and
We didn’t think this was fair, and so we developed a world-first technology, SolShare, which enables the sharing of solar energy from a single rooftop solar system amongst multiple dwellings within the same building.
This breaks down the technical and ownership barriers that have historically prevented apartment residents from accessing cheaper and cleaner energy from the sun.
The SolShare’s sharing algorithm responds to each participant’s instantaneous usage, directing the solar to where it’s needed to maximise consumption and savings.
Tailored for the user
A SolShare system can be delivered in a variety of ways, from pay as you use solar to owning the system outright and receiving solar energy for free.
Stay on market
The SolShare’s behind-the-meter approach means residents can maintain the freedom to choose their electricity retailer.
produce 35 MWh of electricity
Learn how you and your neighbours
can save money and the planet with
a SolShare solar system
Learn how the SolShare can be installed on
your apartment buildings, saving your
residents money and increasing sustainability
Learn how the SolShare can be used as
a unique marketing opportunity and
increase the value of your development
This landlord-owned apartment building has a SolShare to increase the attractiveness of the apartments in a competitive rental market.
The strata corporation of this classic red brick apartment building in Sydney’s inner west retrofitted rooftop solar to reduce the electricity bills for all residents and the common light and power.
City West Housing is a leading Community Housing Provider in NSW. They connected rooftop solar to 226 apartments in three apartment complexes in their portfolio with Allume’s SolShare technology.
My Foundations Youth Housing Ltd (MFYH) is focussed on providing secure housing to homeless youth. MFYH approached Allume Energy to roll out rooftop solar on multi-dwelling buildings in their portfolio.
Waterline Crescent apartments is an airy strata-titled apartment complex of 18 residences overlooking the Brisbane River just northeast of the Brisbane CBD. The body corporate decided to retrofit solar panels to improve the sustainability of the building, and chose Allume’s SolShare technology to connect solar to each apartment.
Partner with Allume and
significantly expand your solar
The SolShare is a powerful solution
for achieving your sustainability goals.
Significantly reducing grid energy usage
via renewable solar energy.
Press release – Los Angeles, CA, April 18th, 2023 Allume Energy today announced the successful deployment of its initial U.S. shared solar energy technology and plans to bring its SolShare solution to all apartments, in particular within low-to-moderate income (LMI) communities across the U.S. By allowing multi-family buildings, including renters, to access the benefits […]Read More
MEDIA RELEASE – 28th March 2023 A partnership of renewable energy companies, including Allume Energy, AXITEC Energy, Clenergy and Fronius Australia, has formed to make solar energy for multi-tenant social housing buildings more affordable. As the cost of living in Australia continues to soar, particularly the cost of energy, many Australians are struggling to make […]Read More
Press release – 15th March 2023 Allume Energy today announced the successful commissioning of its SolShare clean energy technology at 805 Madison Street, a multifamily building owned and operated by Belhaven Residential in Jackson, Mississippi. This latest U.S. SolShare deployment will help advance solar and behind-the-meter technologies in a market underserved by renewable energy projects. Solar Alternatives, a Louisiana-based solar […]Read More
An example of shared rooftop solar for community housing being made possible through previous government funding Net-Zero and how do we get there? There’s been a big focus on national electrification in the public sphere of late. The long term “how we get there” aspect is often considered unknown and constantly changing. […]Read More