Our innovation comes from our collective diversity. The GreenSync team is a unique group of thinkers and doers with the talent and creativity to solve problems in a time of transition. We may sometimes see things differently—but we are all driven by our passion to collaborate for a brighter energy future.
Drawing on extensive leadership capabilities and top-tier management experience from around the world, our Board offers an equally progressive and pragmatic vision for GreenSync and the future of energy in general.
Cornell was appointed the Chief Financial Officer of Greensync in July 2017. He has over 25 years experience within the corporate and banking sector across Asia Pacific with a focus on high growth technology companies. He has been a leader within a variety of financial institutions including Bank of America and ING Barings and within the corporate sector including Amazon.com, Inc, Groupon, Inc and Vinomofo. Cornell has an extensive track record in scaling growth of tech companies within Australia and the region.
Mark has been a leader in the development and financing of renewable energy and clean technologies for nearly 25 years. He founded and led two specialist investment banking firms focused on the low carbon economy: Impax Capital (1994) and Climate Change Capital (2002).
He has been the adviser, investor or principal in over 90 cleantech transactions with total capital deployed of over US $4.5 billion. Mark has an MBA (Dean’s List) from Cranfield University and was an officer in the British Army. He currently also serves on the board of Carnegie Clean Energy (ASX: CCE) and Future Super Investments.
Mark is a passionate venture capital investor, active board member and experienced business builder, with extensive global networks. As Managing Director at Southern Cross Venture Partners and Renewable Energy Venture Capital, Mark is responsible for evaluating potential investments in renewable energy companies.
With considerable start-up management experience in the United Kingdom, including as the CEO at Applied Thermal Control Ltd., he began his career at Applied Materials Inc. based in Silicon Valley and subsequently held senior executive positions within several private equity backed companies. He has served on the Boards of several growing technology companies. Mark holds a BSc in applied physics and a PhD in materials science from Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh. He is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
Kevin draws on over thirty-five years’ of international experience with multi-national and publicly owned energy, resources, logistics and infrastructure companies. As the Chief Governance and Strategy Officer at the CEFC Kevin is responsible for a range of critical business functions, including strategy development, governance, investment research and risk management. He also chairs the Executive Investment Committee and the Executive Risk Committee.
Previously CFO at EnergyAustralia and COO/CFO at Pacific Hydro, Kevin helped transform both businesses. He has held senior international roles with British Gas and BHP Billiton and has extensive experience serving on a range of energy company boards. Kevin is a Chartered Accountant, a Commerce Graduate of Otago University and a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
As our Founder and CEO, Phil is forging new paths to energy management in Australia through cloud analytics, grid-edge technologies and network optimisation. With over 15 years’ experience commercialising new technology in global markets, Phil has been the lead technologist at five start-ups in the UK and Australia, including multimedia, cryptography, and smart buildings.
Starting his career as an aerospace engineer and professional pilot, Phil followed his passion for advanced technology and research into machine learning and artificial intelligence. He moved into energy to counter the looming threat of climate change and is now focused on reinventing the energy system to build a better future. Phil continues to play a key role in the governance of GreenSync as a member of the board. He is an active contributor to discussions about the future of global energy markets, and has held academic posts at the Max Planck Institute in Berlin and the University of Sydney, where he obtained his PhD.
Serving as the inaugural Chairman of GreenSync since 2012, Neil is also the Founder and Chairman of Marchment Hill Consulting. He has over 25 years’ experience specialising in the utility and energy industries. He has held leadership positions in major international consulting firms, including PA Consulting Group, AT Kearney and Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, and has worked throughout Asia, the United States and Europe.
On the energy front, Neil has completed major engagements with every Australia electricity distribution business, along with many other major market participants in retail, generation and transmission. As the Chairman of GreenSync, he firmly believes that the energy industry must undergo significant change in the years ahead and lends his extensive industry experience and passion to help drive company strategy.
If you're a talented and driven doer, and you're ready to use your skills to get amazing things done, we'd love to hear from you. View our current career opportunities to start re-energising the energy landscape.See our current vacancies