We believe the cleanest, greenest, and safest energy is the energy that we don’t use.
Enginuity Power Solutions
is helping design and deliver cost-reducing, energy-efficient power solutions for a more sustainable future.

Enginuity Power Solutions implements practical energy-efficient, power-reducing solutions that deliver cost-saving and environmental benefits. We serve clients all across Australia.

We’re passionate about helping reduce energy consumption and improve power quality with highly efficient and environmentally sound solutions that comply with relevant standards and codes.

Our foundations are built upon collaborating with our clients for the entire project lifecycle with an emphasis on our three pillars: consult, design, deliver.

Reinventing The Electric Power Industry With Next-Generation Solutions

System
Optimisation

Optimisation strategies that create energy-efficient and top-performing power systems.

Power
Quality

Strategic solutions to increase the efficiency of your electrical systems by evaluating power quality.

Electrical
Compliance

Ensuring clients’ power systems meet all Australian Standards to maximise safety and productivity.

High Voltage
Services

Maintaining and optimising privately-owned high-voltage infrastructure, ensuring compliance, and providing 24/7 emergency response.

ESG
Consultation

Consultation to ensure governance structures are responsive and adaptive to evolving ESG expectations.

Our Results

Kilograms

Annual CO2 reductions

Australian Dollars

Annual energy cost savings for our clients

Equivalent Homes

Annual energy power savings

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Power Quality Analysis helps save money and energy

Power Quality Analysis helps save money and energy

Power quality analysis is a crucial practice for any organisation looking to optimise its electrical systems, reduce energy costs, and extend the lifespan of its equipment. Industries across the board can benefit from regular power quality assessments and the implementation of solutions like Static Var Generators and Active Harmonic Filters. By addressing power quality issues, organisations can ensure a more reliable, efficient, and cost-effective operation.
ABB’s technology enables Hobart Aquatic Centre to save an estimated $36,000 annually in reduced energy costs.

ABB’s technology enables Hobart Aquatic Centre to save an estimated $36,000 annually in reduced energy costs.

Commissioned in 1998, the Hobart City Council recognised that due to aging infrastructure, the energy required to heat such large volumes of water to maintain a comfortable swimming temperature year-round, was becoming unmanageable with rising costs seen not only in heating bills, but also impacting the environment.
Retrofitting Variable Speed Drives To Increase Efficiency & Reduce Environmental Impact

Retrofitting Variable Speed Drives To Increase Efficiency & Reduce Environmental Impact

Enginuity Power Solutions recently completed the installation of 2 ABB variable speed drives (VSD’s) on semi-hermetic, reciprocating compressors which were servicing a refrigeration rack in a supermarket. In just five days we have recorded a reduction of 3913.1kWh equating to a saving of $782 and 870kg of carbon dioxide!
Power Quality Analysis helps save money and energy

Power Quality Analysis helps save money and energy

Power quality analysis is a crucial practice for any organisation looking to optimise its electrical systems, reduce energy costs, and extend the lifespan of its equipment. Industries across the board can benefit from regular power quality assessments and the implementation of solutions like Static Var Generators and Active Harmonic Filters. By addressing power quality issues, organisations can ensure a more reliable, efficient, and cost-effective operation.
ABB’s technology enables Hobart Aquatic Centre to save an estimated $36,000 annually in reduced energy costs.

ABB’s technology enables Hobart Aquatic Centre to save an estimated $36,000 annually in reduced energy costs.

Commissioned in 1998, the Hobart City Council recognised that due to aging infrastructure, the energy required to heat such large volumes of water to maintain a comfortable swimming temperature year-round, was becoming unmanageable with rising costs seen not only in heating bills, but also impacting the environment.