carbonTRACK claims a position of disrupting the energy sector globally by delivering patented technology which creates a decentralised energy ecosystem, connecting energy generators, energy distributors and energy consumers.
carbonTRACK says its software is used by energy companies in Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Botswana, Kenya, USA and the UK.
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 and holds a Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) degree from Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT).
carbonTRACK co-founder and Managing Director Spiros Livadaras said that as COO, Brenton Spear had played an instrumental role in delivering technology against the company’s product and services roadmap.
“Brenton has also successfully steered the company through the COVID-19 fog,” he said.
Spear said he looked forward to leading carbonTRACK through its next stage of innovation and growth.
“carbonTRACK’s success stems from understanding each of the energy markets around the world and aligning outcomes to customer needs,” he said.
“carbonTRACK’s energy management and Virtual Power Plant offerings are unique and world-leading.
“I believe carbonTRACK faces tremendous opportunities ahead to dominate the energy space by delivering decentralised energy management solutions, providing access ‘behind-the-meter’ and easily integrating with third party hardware. These solutions not only benefit energy consumers, but also aggregators and grid operators alike.”