Ogden Power is the combined passion of a team led by Rede and Renee Ogden.
Ogden Power started as Ogden Electrical in 2005 with Rede working as a one man band undertaking general electrical contracting. It did not take long for Rede to gain his qualification in the design and installation of grid connect and off grid solar power systems in 2006; while installing several remote off grid solar power systems for Bushlight.
Ogden Power grew and in 2008 in partnership with Sunpower Australia we started installation of what was to be the largest grid connect system in Australia Crowne Plaza Alice Springs. We completed this project in February 2009 and received industry awards in 2009 for both the grid connect system at Crowne Plaza and our remote off grid system at Ulpinyali near Kings Canyon.
In 2010 we continued to work at the frontline of the industry installing the ADES tracker at Desert Knowledge, the largest dual axis tracker in the southern hemisphere.
2011 saw us complete a raft of off grid solar installs and work undertaken with Power Water Corporation to maintain their remote diesel power stations in Central Australia.
2012/13 brought about the installation of the 180kW solar power system at the iconic Araluen Arts Centre in Alice Springs in partnership with Ingenero.
We were runners up in the 2013 Clean energy Council industry awards for the install at Araluen. We are proud of this 2nd placing as the awards are a National recognition.
In 2013 Ogden Power started a partnership with WINAICO Australia as the NT preferred distributor for the WINAICO solar panel range. Ogden Power is working closely with WINAICO to develop off grid solutions for remote Australia.
We look forward to meeting the challenges of a rapidly changing industry and working with our customers and business parteners to deliver quality solar solutions for whatever energy requirements you have.
Well, a quick fast forward to 2019 and we have been really busy all over the NT - installing and maintaining hybrid systems. To date we have installed 3MW of solar.