South Australian Virtual Power Plant (VPP)

What is a VPP?

What's our offer?

Up to $5,100 in VPP Access Credits paid at up to $216 per month*

For energy sent back to the grid a 15c Feed-In Tariff

Sign up to our Energy Offer

Due to overwhelming demand from interested customers, the current Simply Energy VPP offer is nearing its capacity of 1,200 batteries.

Our team is working through a backlog of inquiries to ensure we deal with them in an ordered and diligent manner to confirm eligibility for this offer and the number of remaining places available. 

You can still register your interest in this offer by calling 1800 290 773 or via the link below. 

We are also currently working on our next VPP offer and will be able to provide further details soon.



The SA government Home Battery Scheme Subsidy will reduce from the 15th of April 2020.

Register your interest now so you don't miss out.

To find out more and to see if you are eligible call us on 1800 290 773, or register for a call back


*The VPP Access Credit will be calculated on a daily basis at $7 per day, to a maximum of $5,100 and credited to your account monthly provided you meet the Terms and conditions.

Batteries supported on our VPP

A variety of battery types supported by our VPP that are supplied through our specified installers

Tesla Powerwall 2 Battery



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Varta Pulse 6 Battery


Pulse 6

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eguana evolve battery



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LG Chem Resu Battery



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sonnen batterie battery


sonnenBatterie eco

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sonnen batterie battery

Not sure which battery is for you or want to find out if your are eligible?

Speak to us by calling us on 1800 290 773, Or register for a callback



  • What is VPP?
  • How will Simply Energy use my energy storage system and will it always be available to me?
  • What will happen during a blackout?
  • I have a reliable internet connection with good speeds on 3G/4G, why do I need to have a fixed internet connection?
  • How can I be sure you won’t discharge my battery daily and force me to pay the rates from the market when I need energy at night?
  • Why is the contact energy plan for 3 years when the credit at $7 equates to 2 years?
  • What happens at the end of my energy plan ?
  • Do I get a special feed in rate on the VPP?
  • What is the home battery Scheme?