What We Do
Tomorrow’s Energy, Today
As the leader in digital energy, we are on a mission to empower the telecoms industry with technology and infrastructure that will radically reduce your company’s carbon footprint – and ultimately – decarbonise the digital experience. But instead of a traditional centralised energy system, we are revolutionising the market with a virtual power plant known as the Powerhouse Energy Cloud.
Carbon Neutral Telecoms
The Energy Cloud is the first ever community network with widespread renewable power generation and advanced storage capabilities – one that works synergistically with the grid and seamlessly channels the flow of renewable energy between participants based on supply and demand. As grid electricity costs continue to soar and business margins are squeezed, there’s never been a better time to harness renewable technologies and implement a more robust, long-term energy strategy.
The Roadmap To Decarbonisation
At Powerhouse we have the scope and expertise to develop, own and manage a distributed network of energy assets for digital infrastructures that integrate seamlessly with tower sites. As a result, we also participate in the balancing and reserve market and collaborate with the national grid to help through the availability and affordability of green energy.
We have a global coverage, including a large presence in Africa, Asia and the Middle East, and our portfolio of clients encompasses thousands of implemented sites in power and telecoms, delivered to more than 60 operators and vendors in more than 50 countries.
We have a professional team with more than 4,500 specialists around the world who are experts at what they do. They are led by:
Philippe Berard, Founder & Director
Philippe has spent his career in technology, starting in telecoms, fintech and energy management. His experience spans sales, mergers and acquisition, and financial services, in markets around the world including France, United Kingdom, EU, Middle East and ASIAPAC. In 2013 he successfully founded an energy management company focusing on the residential market, which he sold 3 years later and is now funded by BP. As part of that business, Philippe patented a load disaggregation solution based on machine learning algorithms applied to steady and transient currents.