Defence integration specialists
EDEA Energy's team of defence professionals' extensive battlefield, logistical and humanitarian experience ensure your requirements are translated into highly fit for purpose energy generation, storage and utilisation solutions.
EDEA Energy integrated solutions can store and stabilise energy supply at device, facility, region and national levels. At a macro level, our distributed solutions are highly resistant to hostile threats/actions and natural disasters. Utilising simple plug and play technology, our integrated solutions are able to be transported and rapidly-deployed by mostly untrained labour, saving considerable time, effort and expense.
6T NATO Li Ion Battery
Sovereign Australian, patent pending, MIL-SPEC, 6T NATO battery currently undergoing certification and testing.
Available ~March 2023 utilising Australian manufactured cells from Australian mined and refined minerals.
AC-Coupled Battery/PV Hybrid
Australian designed and manufactured, these ruggedised and hot-climate optimised battery energy storage systems can be configured from 122kWh/60kW to 622kWh/135kW. Combine three systems for a maximum capacity of 1,866kWh/270kW (grid).
In this fast changing world of energy generation, storage, transport and utilisation we work closely with industry and Defence end users to design and develop energy storage solutions that are effective and fit for purpose.
Major General (Ret'd) Craig Furini, AM, CSC
Throughout a distinguished military career Craig has worked in UK and Australian intelligence organisations and as an adviser to the Government, including as chief of staff to the Chief of the Defence Force. He was most recently the commander of the Joint Agency Taskforce Operation Sovereign Borders.
He was appointed as a Member of the Order of Australia in 2017 for his role as director of coalition joint strategy on Operation Inherent Resolve fighting Islamic State in Iraq and Syria. Craig holds a Bachelor of Science, Masters of Management (Defence Studies) and Masters of Arts (Strategic Studies).
Colonel (Ret'd) Andrew Gallaway, AM
Andrew is a senior executive, leader, and change agent with high-ranking Military experience who, over a 30-year career, has led transformations across Government and corporate environments to deliver lasting change and significant financial and performance benefits for organisations.
Andrew well understands the importance of developing pragmatic solutions that simply must be delivered when there are no other options.
Major General (Ret'D) David Mulhall, DSC, AM, CSC
A former Major General, David was most recently a Senior Advisor to the Minister for Defence for the development and delivery of the Defence Transformation Strategy.
He has a deep expertise in leading and transforming large organisations, with recent focus on logistics and supply chain performance and assurance, the Defence Fuel Transformation System.
Colonel (Ret'd) Jim Bancroft
Jim is a business leader, strategic advisor and board director. His passion is to grow outstanding businesses and generate high technology opportunities and skills in Australia. Jim was the first Director of Northrop Grumman Australia. Other senior business leadership roles have included Saab, Hewlett Packard and Insitec. More recently, he has guided strategic growth for Hanwha in Australia.
As an Army officer, Jim commanded an Infantry Battalion, a UN Brigade in East Timor; and was the Commandant, Army Command and Staff College. Jim has a global perspective, having lived and worked extensively in the USA, UK, South Korea, Sweden, New Zealand, Malaysia, Singapore, East Timor and PNG. Jim is an Australian Citizen and has a current Top-Secret Clearance (NV2).
An experienced Management consultant for one of the “Big 4” firms, Llewellyn brings three years of Defence experience, operating across many different projects throughout Defence providing change transformation and communication advice. Llewellyn has worked across Asia, Europe and the US.