Balance the grid. Share the energy.
We are innovators with energy, striving to be a central element of a sustainable, renewable and secure future.
Grid Share is an energy services company that builds, owns and operates data centres. We provide demand response services to energy markets. We exist at the intersection between energy and computing.
The problem of matching supply and demand in renewable energy is a result of the unpredictable nature of renewable sources such as wind and solar power (Variable Renewable Energy). The output from these generators can fluctuate rapidly due to changes in weather conditions, making it difficult to ensure a stable and consistent supply of electricity. The energy industry will need to ramp up system flexibility and security to cope with increasing Variable Renewable Energy.
Demand response is a way to address this problem by using large consumers of electricity that can switch on and off quickly.
That's where we come in. Our data centres switch off and on quickly to release power back into the grid, or maintain frequency and voltage in the network. It is the perfect plug-in to provide the energy system flexibility required to support Variable Renewable Energy growth.
Grid Share acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land across which we work. We honour the Elders of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nations past, present and emerging.
We acknowledge ngā iwi Māori as Tangata Whenua of Aotearoa.
Our Team of Experts
Over 30 years of experience in management, corporate finance and consulting. Craig has a proven track record in business development, strategic alliances, capital structure and raising.
Over 35 years of experience in the private and public energy sectors. Greg specialises in the generation, transmission, distribution and retail of energy and utilities. He has held senior roles with General Electric and Simply Energy.
Chartered Accountant with 36 years of experience, including 25 years as a partner at KPMG. John brings specific expertise in financial control, reporting and risk management.