We partner with Electric Utilities, Distribution System Operators, Energy Storage owners and aggregators to provide a DER platform licensing solution which helps to quickly and cost-efficiently establish a DER business.Contact Us
Kiwi Power offers a comprehensive solution to quickly and cost-effectively capture the maximum value from Distributed Energy Resources (DERs).
The company was founded in London in 2009, and now operates globally, deploying our unique combination of technology and expertise to unlock DER value and serve sustainable energy needs.
Get your distributed energy business up and running quickly with help from our expert market strategists and technologists
Benefit from a proven hardware and software platform drawing on over a decade of experience and insight
Provide your customers with peace of mind thanks to our compliance with industry leading security standards
Access the widest range of DERs via a low-cost solution designed to maximise addressable market potential
In the UK, in addition to our platform licensing solution, we also work directly with large industrial and commercial energy users and DER owners to aggregate and optimise behind-the-meter and grid-connected DERs.
Our expert team use our proven technology to analyse, operate and optimise assets in multiple markets and programmes to deliver maximum value and sustainability impact for our customers.
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