DComm Infrastructure

At DComm, we strive to build a sustainable energy infrastructure that paves the way for the creation of a carbon-neutral blockchain community. Our projects, located in regional communities, will provide clean, renewable energy to the surrounding areas, enabling us to make a positive impact on both the environment and local communities. 


Mining as a Service

Our Data Centres will be used to mine cryptocurrencies and support our own crypto coin – DCM.

Modular data centres

DCOMM is committed to equal tech access in rural areas. Our rural Modular Data Centers offer reliable, secure cloud services and are powered by renewable energy for sustainability. Clean energy and innovation help us build a better connected, resilient future.

Renewable Energy

DComm prioritizes sustainability, powering our Data Centers and Cryptocurrency Mining with renewable energy from our own plants. This reduces our carbon footprint and sets an industry standard for eco-friendly tech operations. By embracing sustainable energy technology, we aim to benefit the environment and secure the future of our business.




DComm is committed to improving Australia’s energy grid through renewable sources. The company aims to reduce dependence on fossil fuels and their negative effects on the environment and resources. With a focus on developing renewable energy projects for both the national grid and regional communities, DComm aspires to provide clean energy and improve quality of life. DComm aims to make a positive impact by creating job opportunities and reliable energy, contributing to a more sustainable and fair energy system. 

DComm drives energy change in Australia with a focus on sustainability and stability. The company’s renewable energy business and microgrid projects in Western Australia provide reliable energy to regional communities while supporting the DCM Coin. DComm’s microgrid investments create real-world assets that benefit communities and secure the value of the DCM Coin. The company works towards a greener and fairer energy future for all.


initial projects

The development of a Community Embedded Network (CEN)

DComm Infrastructure is dedicated to advancing its mission of providing innovative energy solutions to communities. As part of this effort, the company is launching a Community Energy Network (CEN) in Western Australia. This microgrid will deliver clean, renewable energy to regional communities and also power a series of modular data centers that support the DComm blockchain. This represents a major step forward for DComm as it showcases the company’s commitment to creating a more sustainable energy landscape for all.

Data centre


With a view towards establishing an integrated ecosystem that comprises both digital and tangible real-world assets, we are constructing a Data Center enterprise fueled by renewable energy sources.

The operations will be structured using a Build, Own, and Operate model, utilizing Modular Data Centers that are positioned on renewable energy infrastructure. These Data Centers will be owned and managed by DComm Energy and its partners within the industry.


Interested in being a part of tokenisation?

If you have questions or want to learn more about DComm and what we’re doing to create a better, more sustainable energy future, we’re here to help! Just shoot us an email at [email protected] and we’ll get back to you ASAP. We’re always happy to chat and answer any questions you might have. Thanks for your interest in DComm!



Meet Mark Imrie and Brett Endersby, the experts behind the infrastructure side of DComm. With years of experience in the industry, Mark and Brett bring a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the table. They are responsible for ensuring the seamless integration of renewable energy infrastructure into DComm’s decentralized network.

Together, Mark and Brett form a dynamic duo that is dedicated to delivering world-class renewable energy infrastructure for DComm. Their passion and expertise will help ensure that the infrastructure side of DComm runs smoothly, providing communities with access to clean and sustainable energy.

Mark Imrie

With a background in renewable energy and engineering, Mark has a deep understanding of the complex technical requirements involved in establishing a renewable energy infrastructure.

Brett Endersby

Brett Endersby

Possessing extensive experience in project management, Brett brings an extensive wealth of experience when delivering complex projects on time and within budget.