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Innovators Amber Electric raise $2.5 million in seed funding
PV Magazine
A group of Australian investors led by venture capital fund Square Peg has backed the Melbourne-based start-up which aims to revolutionise the way Australian households buy electricity by passing through wholesale rates.
Sep 11, 2019
‘Step up’: Atlassian boss urges staff, Aussie businesses to join global climate strike
Yahoo! Finance
‘Not Business As Usual’ Twenty firms have joined the movement, including ethical superannuation fund Future Super, reusable coffee cup brand KeepCup and clean energy retailer Amber, all of which have formed an alliance called Not Business as Usual.
Sep 3, 2019
Amber Electric is among the 25 business pledging to support workers who join the student climate strike in September
Smart Company
Amber Electric co-founder and co-chief executive officer Chris Thompson tells SmartCompany joining the group of businesses in supporting the strike was an “easy decision.” “It heavily aligns to what Amber is all about,” he says. “It was a 30-second decision.”
Sep 3, 2019
Future Super, KeepCup and clean energy retailer Amber among 20 firms to join Not Business as Usual alliance
The Guardian
Australian tech companies Atlassian and Amber Electric are encouraging its workforce to take part in global climate strikes this month that will be held to coincide with the United Nations climate summit. Twenty companies, including Future Super and KeepCup are part of the alliance, which has called itself Not Business as Usual.
Sep 2, 2019
Why Electricity Retailers Will Pay You To Use Less Power. And Other Ways The Energy Market Is Changing
Which 50
Emerging business models in energy retail are designed to help consumers save money, and in some scenarios even earn money from the devices in their homes – flipping the traditional electricity retail model on its head. The industry is approaching a tipping point. In deregulated markets like Australia utility companies are operating in a highly regulated market, facing increased competition from new challengers and empowered consumers who can switch providers easily online.
Jul 22, 2019

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