A unique partnership between Hunter-based home builder Mojo Homes, CSR Bradford and Tesla Energy is integrating the latest in solar energy and battery storage technology into Mojo homes before it is available anywhere else in Australia.
The partnership leverages synergies between the pioneering companies, which found common ground in their determination and passion to bring renewable energy options to home owners across Australia.
Mojo Homes CEO Mark Vassallo said partnering with CSR Bradford and Tesla Energy to provide the technology allowed the company to offer a product not available elsewhere within Australia.
“As an innovative new homebuilder in the market, we identified a significant gap within the industry in providing consumers with renewable energy options for their homes,” Mark said. “The Bradford Solar ChargePack Optimal offer not only provides savings on increasing electricity bills but also decreases our customers environmental footprint.”
“At Mojo Homes we are always looking to help people live passionately and the partnership with CSR Bradford helps us to continue to do just that. What’s more, the leading-edge system is being included at no extra cost to Mojo customers, an initiative that’s set to save them up to $1,500 annually on their electricity bills.”
CSR Bradford Executive General Manager, Anthony Tannous said Mojo Homes is an out-of-the-box thinking homebuilder striving to do things differently.
“We saw great synergy in Mojo Homes’ philosophy and our determination to bring renewable energy options to every home within Australia,” Anthony said.
“Our product includes a Tesla Powerwall, solar panels and SolarEdge inverter with monitoring, all of which help consumers increase energy savings and manage and reduce their daily energy consumption.”
“We see this offer as a great initiative for an organisation within the home building industry, but the two big winners from this offer are customers and the environment.”
The Bradford Solar ChargePack includes a Tesla Powerwall and is linked with a state-of-the-art solar panel system, which will be installed in every new Premium home built by Mojo Homes. The ground-breaking system holds enough energy to help power the average home through the evening.
The typical Australian house consumes around 21 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity per day and the Tesla Powerwall is capable of storing 6.4 kWh, which is enough to help cater to an average homes evening energy use.
Mojo Homes has display homes at Homeworld Gledswood Hills, Homeworld Kellyville, Harvest Chisholm and Homeworld Thornton and is backed by the MJH Group.