Thursday, 03 September 2020 10:57

Mojo Power signs MOU with carbonTRACK on energy usage

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carbonTRACK Managing Director Spiros Livadaras carbonTRACK Managing Director Spiros Livadaras

Sydney-based energy retailer Mojo Power has signed a memorandum of understanding with energy industry disrupter carbonTRACK to deploy carbonTRACK’s technology in a live deployment with targeted customers.

Under the deal carbonTRACK’s system will equip Mojo customers to automatically turn off or defer intense energy usage during peak price periods and, once the benefits are proven, Mojo says it will deploy the system more widely for customers.

Mojo Power Executive Director Commercial Adam MacDonald said the partnership with carbonTRACK delivered on Mojo’s commitment to give its customers access and control of transparently priced and affordable energy.

“This is an exciting move for Mojo Power in building out our offerings of smart tools for residential and business customers,” he said.

“We want our customers to enjoy simple plans, clear and accurate bills and access their electricity usage data if they choose to. carbonTRACK provides us with smart tools that give our customers the visibility to track and automatically manage their electricity usage.”

carbonTRACK Managing Director Spiros Livadaras said Mojo Power's decision demonstrated the benefits offered by carbonTRACK’s technology for innovative energy companies.

“We are extremely pleased to be working with Mojo,” he said.

“Mojo is an innovative Australian electricity retailer that’s disrupting the status quo, so we are proud that our technology will help their customers both improve their quality of life and save money.”

Livadaras said the benefits of carbonTRACK’s Intelligent Energy Management systems include demand-side management, peak shaving, storage integration and Virtual Power Plants.

He said carbonTRACK’s demand response, frequency regulation, virtual energy trading and grid resiliency solutions deliver the full Virtual Power Plant (VPP) value chain to utilities & transmission system operators, system operators & energy traders, financiers, solar sales teams and solar hardware manufacturers.


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