carbonTRACK’s technology delivers the intelligent energy management systems that facilitate embedded networks, Virtual Power Plants and smart grids, enabling individuals, communities, businesses and countries to harness legacy and renewable energy and harvest the benefits.
Smart energy innovator carbonTRACK Ltd has appointed technology veteran Brenton Spear as Chief Executive Officer to work alongside founder Spiros Livadaras to drive the company’s global growth.
carbonTRACK is an Australian company that is disrupting the energy sector globally by delivering patented technology which creates a decentralised energy ecosystem, connecting energy generators, energy distributors and energy consumers. carbonTRACK’s software is used by energy companies in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Botswana, Kenya, USA and the UK.
Mr Spear, who has been carbonTRACK’s Chief Operating Officer since 2019, has more than 25 years’ experience in running large technology platforms for major customer-facing energy technology companies including AGL and Energy Australia. He also held senior roles with National Australia Bank, ANZ Bank, Australia Post, Sensis, Amcor, Telstra and the Department of Defence. Mr Spear holds a Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) degree from RMIT in Melbourne, Australia.
Inverter and battery manufacturer SOFAR Solar has partnered with Australian smart energy innovator carbonTRACK to join the list of approved products for the South Australian Home Battery Scheme.
The partnership means that every SOFAR Solar battery sold through the South Australian Home Battery Scheme will come with access to the carbonTRACK platform.
Melbourne-based carbonTRACK’s smart energy management platform unlocks multiple revenue streams for Independent System Operators (ISOs), energy aggregators, renewable energy financiers and energy traders. By using highly secure cellular communication to integrate hardware, network infrastructure and control systems with its powerful machine learning engine, carbonTRACK provides low-cost, reliable and scalable energy intelligence and resiliency.
Business-only electricity retailer Blue NRG has partnered with Australian smart energy innovator carbonTRACK to provide its customers with tools to remotely monitor and control their energy consumption.
As of February 2021, Australian-owned and operated energy retailer Blue NRG is offering its business customers access to carbonTRACK’s Energy Management System to help them reduce their electricity bills.
The carbonTRACK Energy Management System equips businesses to monitor and control their energy use by identifying their unique usage patterns and enabling them to optimise that use.
Blue NRG General Manager Duncan Jacklin said the carbonTRACK Energy Management System would provide customers with transparency and control of their energy use. “We’ve grown rapidly based on competitive rates, value-added energy services and local customer service,” he said.