What are Embedded Networks & Microgrids? 


A Microgrid is a privately owned and managed electrical network that makes use of local energy sources. These systems can be found in a number of settings, and are generally run on renewable energy such as rooftop solar power.

In order to make the most of this technology, an embedded network needs to be in place. These are, sometimes, grid-connected. This eliminates any obstacle that may prevent landlords or property owners from investing in renewable energy, allowing tenants to benefit from locally-produced electricity as well.


What do you stand to gain from Embedded Network and Microgrids?


  • Increased savings - by increasing the competition on energy retailing, reliance on the grid is reduced - forcing dominant service providers to operate at a lower cost. Further, due to the fact that most of this energy comes from renewable sources, energy consumption becomes even more affordable.
  • An additional source of income for property owners. As energy for the entire building is distributed through a local source, building owners can sell this low-cost energy at an affordable rate to tenants, even with a markup in place, leading to further revenue for owners beyond rental income.
  • Increased security of energy supply. As reliance on the main grid is now reduced, you never have to worry about interruptions to your electricity supply or any related outages.
  • Reduce the negative impact your property has on the environment. With all or most of your electricity being generated through a renewable source of energy, you can reduce your property’s carbon footprint.
  • Guarantee long-term tenancies through the provision of more affordable electricity prices, contributing to a better tenant experience in your property.

Who benefits from Embedded Networks and Microgrids?

Apartment Buildings


Shopping Malls

Industrial Properties

Office Buildings

Multi-tenant Commercial Precincts

Embedded Network and Microgrids Services at Madimack


From designing electrical system all through to billing, we provide you with the best of onsite generation, building management, environmental reporting, metering systems, and so much more.
  • We ensure the best of energy procurement and price risk management for our customers, through which we manage your ongoing energy contract and assist in effective risk management.
  • Through our on-site generation and energy storage capabilities, we help lower energy costs, as well as help you make environmentally-friendly decisions in this process.
  • Further, through our energy control, metering, and monitoring services, we contribute to increased revenues, lowered consumption costs, as well as provide critical support during peak usage hours.
  • Provides granular consumption data for electricity, energy, hot water, and AC systems to building managers of the community and energy retailer at a living unit. 
  • We also assist in helping you make sustainable upgrades to your building, boosting its overall efficiency, reducing any negative environmental impact, and making any related improvements.
  • With our smooth network management skills and experience, we also help you manage your energy costs and provide support in terms of managing each of your tenants and their energy usage.
  • Facilitates significant Capex and Opex savings for the Developers and Managers of the communities as well as the residents living within these communities.



Wholesale Energy Market Regulation

Madimack simplifies many complex challenges our clients face - especially when it comes to implementing systems that work best for them amid changing policies. It is with this in mind that our team strives to build greater awareness of regulatory and compliance matters among our clients.

Over the last decade, there has been a noticeable increase in transparency around the requirements for exempt sellers who are engaged directly in electricity on-selling. Our goal is to keep our clients informed, which we do by assisting in ensuring that their embedded networks conform to best practices and principles.

We are highly active in assisting sustainable communities on legislative matters relating to electricity on-selling. This is important considering that the wholesale electricity and gas markets fall under the AER (Australian Energy Regulator) and require a keen focus on compliance.

The main function of the AER is to investigate and enforce compliance measures in accordance with national energy legislation and rules. Essentially, they monitor participant bidding and rebidding, market dispatch and prices, network constraints and outages, demand forecasts, and projections of production and capacity.


With Madimack's professional Embedded Network & Microgrid services, enjoy the best of this energy-efficient solution and pave the way for increased savings and revenue through your property!




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