RENeW Nexus



Does your house have solar PV or a rainwater tank? Do you want to better understand how much energy you use and generate?

We're researching how communities can transition to a new energy and water network using smart technology and you're invited to take part.


Curtin University and Murdoch University in association with their project partners, invites City of Fremantle residents who have renewable energy or alternative water systems (such as solar PV, rainwater tanks) to participate in RENeW Nexus - a research programme and potential peer to peer energy sharing trial.

Community participation in this project will enable research and data analysis to inform Western Australia’s transition to a new energy and water network.


For more information and to join the study - register now.


This project is supported by the Australian Government through the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program.





Does your house have solar PV or a rainwater tank? Do you want to better understand how much energy you use and generate?

We're researching how communities can transition to a new energy and water network using smart technology and you're invited to take part.


Curtin University and Murdoch University in association with their project partners, invites City of Fremantle residents who have renewable energy or alternative water systems (such as solar PV, rainwater tanks) to participate in RENeW Nexus - a research programme and potential peer to peer energy sharing trial.

Community participation in this project will enable research and data analysis to inform Western Australia’s transition to a new energy and water network.


For more information and to join the study - register now.


This project is supported by the Australian Government through the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program.