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We’ve created the SolShare, the world’s only hardware for connecting rooftop solar to apartments.

We believe everyone should have the power to reduce their electricity bill and carbon footprint. With the SolShare, that’s possible.

For too long rooftop solar has been reserved for people that live in their own detached house, leaving those in apartment buildings missing out.

The SolShare is the world’s only hardware
that can connect multiple apartments to a
shared rooftop solar system.

This proven technology enables a
single rooftop solar system to be optimally
shared by everyone in the building.

Achieve your sustainability goals while reducing the energy bills for each resident with a SolShare - The simple and affordable solution to apartment solar.

Proud winner of the Clean Energy Council
Innovation Award 2020

About the SolShare

Optimised Solar Delivery to the Apartments
The SolShare monitors the energy demand of every apartment in the building and automatically delivers the solar energy to where it’s going to be used.

By delivering the solar to the apartments that are using energy at that specific moment in time, the solar energy is consumed within the building rather than being exported to the grid.

The optimised solar delivery results in the highest possible savings and biggest carbon reduction for every apartment in the building. The SolShare also makes sure everything is fair, by making sure that the same quantity of solar is delivered to every apartment over the course of each month.

Simplicity in the Solution
The beauty of the SolShare is that it’s simple.

The SolShare is installed alongside traditional electricity metering infrastructure at the apartment building’s main switchboard. Apartment access is not required and residents can still choose whichever retailer they like for their grid energy. There’s no requirement for residents to sign up to anything or trade solar via blockchain or anything complicated like that.

Put simply, the residents won’t even notice that a SolShare system’s been installed – apart from when they see their significantly reduced electricity bill!

It’s this simplicity that has made the SolShare the go-to choice for Social Housing Providers and Property Developers.

Achieve your Sustainability Goals
For too long, the only solution to apartment solar was to connect it to the landlord supply. This often results in the solar being wasted, as the excess can’t be used by the apartments and is simply exported to the grid.

The SolShare provides you with the opportunity to connect every apartment in the building as well as the landlord supply to a shared rooftop solar system.

This is vital for achieving sustainability targets. As each apartment is connected directly to solar the entire building gains a greater sustainability rating.

Each year, a typical SolShare will

35 MWh
produce 35 MWh of electricity

35 – 40 %
reduce grid-energy use by 35 – 40 %

28 tonnes
stop 28 tonnes of CO2 emissions

Apartment Owners

Learn how you and your neighbouring
apartments can save money and the planet
with a SolShare solar system.

Social Housing

Learn how a SolShare solar system can be installed on your apartment buildings, saving
your residents money, while achieving your sustainability goals.

New Builds

Learn how the SolShare solar system increases the marketability and value of your apartments.

Case studies

Botany, New South Wales

Bayview, New South Wales

Tullamore Folia, Doncaster, Victoria

Folia Apartments by Mirvac is nestled within Tullamore, Doncaster’s most prestigious community. Committed to creating sustainable living environments for residents to enjoy, Mirvac have implemented forefront technology in Folia allowing the Prestige and Penthouse Apartment residents to share a single set of solar panels and distribute solar power in a manner that optimises the financial benefit to all connected residences.

Turner, Australian Capital Territory

The Focus Apartments community in the leafy inner-north of Canberra used their sinking fund to invest in rooftop solar. Residents now enjoy free rooftop solar and lower electricity bills.

New Build – South London, UK

Allume’s first UK installation is a new build development in South London. Striving for peak sustainability, the residents of this block of flats will enjoy a reduced carbon footprint and electricity bills because of the SolShare.

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Sustainability

The SolShare is a powerful solution
for achieving your sustainability goals.
Significantly reducing aparmtent grid energy usage
via renewable solar energy.

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