We already have enough energy,

we just need to use it better.

At RedGrid we have two core beliefs

We can reach net-zero emissions by 2030 by building revolutionary technology

There is an entirely new category of value sitting unrealised within our grids

To get there, we are building the Internet of Energy

The Internet of Energy is a protocol that enables all the devices in our grid to talk to each other, and collaborate in ways that weren’t before possible. When devices can talk to each other, they can adjust their behaviour automatically to suit the needs of the grid. For example turning on, off, up, down, charging or discharging. When devices adjust their behaviour, their owners are rewarded for participation in network events. 

But to create a truly intelligent grid, we can’t rely on only a couple of device types. So we’ve made the protocol device and brand agnostic. This means that it can integrate with any household device, battery or solar system that a homeowner may have. The best part, it doesn’t require an electrician to install. We can get users started with Internet of Energy connected smart-plugs from our device partners.

Together we can align the incentives of industry, people & planet

Our Products

Our suite of products enables our partners to create immediate value for their customers.


Nudge gives organisations the ability to automatically adjust the usage of thousands of user-owned devices, and opens new data streams within the home.


Device manufacturers can use HawkingTM to add intelligent grid capabilities to their existing devices.


Abacus is a resilient and secure transaction framework that can be scaled rapidly across microgrids and digital-energy ecosystems.

Join a network that can scale, FAST

With over 200bn IoT devices set to enter our grids in the coming years, the only systems that will be able to handle the data load are those that can scale rapidly. RedGrid’s uses a unique ‘agent-centric’ software architecture that creates unprecedented scalability and security. 

The answer can be found in nature.

We can think of this architecture like honey-bees within a hive. Each bee has its own intelligence and sovereignty. Yet it’s core DNA is programmed to benefit the hive as a whole. It doesn’t require direct commands from the queen, instead it has a set of rules that guide how it responds to external stimulus.

Through this approach, we are able to overcome the limitations held by centralised and blockchain-based architectures.

The Team

Adam Bumpus


Mike Gamble

Lead Engineer

Simon Wilson


Dylan Smith

Head of Partnerships

Alex Evans


Alistair Wells 


RedGrid Features

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