myenergi ships 600,000th smart device
Eco-friendly home energy technology company myenergi has recently celebrated a significant milestone, delivering its 600,000th device.
The firm estimates that its products, through intelligent EV charging and enhanced usage of renewable energy, could be aiding UK households in saving over £68 million annually on energy expenses.
Established in 2016, myenergi has seen over half of its products distributed within the UK, with the rest reaching global customers. In the UK alone, the collective flexible capacity from myenergi's devices in homes is nearly 500MW – surpassing the 470MW capacity of the Hinckley Point A nuclear power station. This positions the company to significantly contribute to the national grid's efforts in balancing energy supply and demand.
Moreover, the company's analysis indicates that households equipped with both the zappi smart EV charger and the eddi power diverter could potentially save upwards of £500 each year. This saving is notably higher than the relief provided by the UK government's Energy Bills Rebate during the 2022 energy crisis.
Jordan Brompton, Co-Founder and CMO of myenergi, remarked: “As we transition to a more decentralised, decarbonised, and distributed energy system, the role of consumers will become increasingly vital. Eco-smart devices are set to transform into significant energy assets, turning British homes into mini virtual power plants that provide essential, flexible support to the grid.”
Earlier this year, myenergi gained recognition in the Sunday Times 100 as one of the fastest-growing privately-owned companies in the UK. Additionally, it was named the fastest-growing engineering and manufacturing business in the North of England by the Fast Growth 50 index.