Google selects Enosi to trace its clean energy use

Enosi and UNSW will lead the demonstration

Enosi and Google are working together as part of an EnergyTag demonstration with the RACE for 2030 Cooperative Research Centre, led by UNSW. The initiative aims to assess accounting approaches and other tools for certifying 24/7 carbon-free energy to improve decision-making around clean energy contracting and demand-shifting. Enosi’s PowerTracer software will be implemented to track clean energy from source to customer and provide real-world case studies to the UNSW Research Centre for analysis.

Google will pilot Enosi’s clean energy tracing technology with data from Google’s Sydney offices. This will help Google better understand new models for clean energy procurement and tracing and enable valuable research.

Additionally, Google’s participation in this demonstration acknowledges the importance to further applications of the EnergyTag time-based energy attribute certificate (T-EAC) standard across the globe and the need for developing solutions that advance the movement to 24/7 carbon-free energy (CFE).

“Google is a leader in the 24/7 carbon free energy movement. This initiative advances that commitment by demonstrating solutions and contributing to learnings that can facilitate market developments,” said Steve Hoy, CEO of Enosi.


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