The Enosi model requires collaboration with:

  1. Licensed retail suppliers (such as Simply Energy, Energy Locals and Enova Community Energy) to provide access for community members to grid services and firming energy when not enough solar is available;

  2. Proponents - these are the proponents of energy plans such as community and commercial organisations who will deploy the Enosi platform for their staff/members/customers' use.

  3. Solar and Wind Farms – larger scale commercial operators who sell their output direct to consumers through the corporate and community plans or via retailer contracts.

One example might be a small retail energy company working with property development/management group (the proponent) to allow solar community homeowners to sell excess electricity to each other, before the local power company.

Another might be a major corporation who sets up and promotes an energy plan for staff members by engaging with a wind farm to provide power to the employees under their retail contract.

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