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Sustainable Energy Management

SAGE delivers integrated digital solutions that make a positive impact on the planet, contributing to a safe, secure, and sustainable energy future.

Harnessing smart control and communicative data technologies, we provide engineering, analytics, remote support and servicing to give consumers control of their energy needs and costs. 

SAGE helps high-energy consumers and grid operators achieve a reliable, cyber-secure, cost-efficient energy mix through smart and sustainable energy management systems.

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SAGE Energy Solutions


Cyber Security

Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT) environments have increasingly become interconnected, particularly in the energy sector.

This convergence of IT and OT has enabled business efficiencies but increased the risk of cyber incidents. Understanding these risks and challenges you face in protecting your OT assets against a cyber-attack is critical.

SAGE's knowledge of the Security of Critical Infrastructure (SOCI) Act, along with the Australian Energy Sector Cyber Security Framework (AESCSF and AESCSFv2) means we can ensure robust cyber resilience across your operation.

Energy Monitoring Systems

With more than three million Australian properties fitted with rooftop solar, there’s an increasing push to optimise these renewable energy sources to help meet the demand of the wider community. 

Industrial customers who have made the investment in solar PV or other generation methods can take control of their energy costs while reducing their carbon footprint.

SAGE's experience working with large, complicated control systems in solar farms and substation secondary systems is what sets us apart. We can integrate hundreds of assets into one Power Management System to improve operational efficiency. 


SAGE supported SA Water in reducing Co2 emissions by more than

89,000 tonnes a year – equivalent to planting seven million trees or

removing more than 32,000 cars from the road per year.


E-Mobility and EV Charging

Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) solutions are ensuring Australia's electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure is future-ready. EV charging (EVC) stations are helping this advancement, and require secure control systems to maximise safety and security.

SAGE designs and manufactures specialised LV distribution control panels to provide protection and monitoring to on-site charging units, currently being used across Australia and New Zealand.

Our wide range of EVC and E-Mobility solutions support the rapid transition to more sustainable transport alternatives, proudly working with companies with net zero emission ambitions.

Distributed Energy Resources

Make smarter decisions by upgrading your data capabilities to lower your carbon footprint and costs through renewable digital systems.

Utilising large-scale battery integration and Battery Energy Storage Systems (BESS), you can put power back into the grid, and pass these benefits onto your customers.

SAGE can help design, manufacture, and integrate Master Controller and Distributed Energy Resources (DER) that leverage real-time data from your assets to help you maximise efficiency. We deliver grid-scale industry and community BESS integration tailored to optimise usage based on your generation capacity, asset density and location. 


More to Explore


SAGE Group's combined capability delivers digital EVC solution

SAGE Group's combined capability provided a unified digital transformation approach to deliver an end-to-end electrical and connected data analytics solution.


What is AESCSF v2 and what does it mean for cyber security in Energy?

This blog explains the Australian Energy Sector Cyber Security Framework Version 2 (AESCSF v2) that organisations are encouraged to adopt as part of their SOCI Act risk management program.


Power Management System blends old and new systems seamlessly

SAGE delivered a bespoke control system that autonomously manages energy generation, conversion, and allocation for solar and grid-derived energy. Part of phase 2 of the Zero Cost Energy Future project.