Our Partners

We are experts in making sure electric and hydrogen vehicles (or a fleet of vehicles) works seamlessly with the grid. But we can’t provide this without the expertise of others. That’s why we’ve built a team of companies at the vanguard of renewable energy, hydrogen and charging technology.

Mass Energy Australia

Mass Energy Australia specialises in the design and implementation of energy management solutions for commercial, industrial and public sector customers.

Inverted Power

Inverted Power is an Australian company providing stationary energy storage solutions in charging stations, as well as heavy-electrical advisory and consulting for network upgrades.

Flow Power

Flow Power empowers Australian businesses to unlock value from the energy market. From retailing electricity, technology and expert advice, they have it covered.


Swiss company ABB is one of the world’s greatest innovators in the discipline of electrical engineering. They have invented world-changing technology and are pioneers in the field of charging infrastructure for public transport.


Siemens is a leading global supplier of intelligent energy management infrastructure, with world class fast charging eMobility solutions for heavy vehicle and industrial applications.


Heliox is a global infrastructure company based in the Netherlands. They specalise in fast charge systems for public transport.

Energys Australia

Energys Australia offers end-to-end hydrogen production and green hydrogen power solutions.  Their vision to is make green hydrogen accessible, economical and convenient for all Australians.

Toshiba Batteries

With a total commitment to people and the future, Toshiba constantly seeks new approaches to offer the most effective solutions to e-mobility. Toshiba’s Super Charge Ion Battery (SCiB) is quick to charge and offers excellent reliability and performance.

Global Bus Ventures

Based just outside Christchurch, Global Bus Ventures is using the latest green technology to be the only company designing and engineering buses from the ground up in New Zealand