Kiwi Power was founded in London in 2009, and we now operate globally, deploying our unique combination of technology and expertise to unlock distributed energy resource (DER) value and serve sustainable energy needs.
We partner with electric utilities, distribution system operators, energy storage owners and aggregators to quickly and cost efficiently establish a reliable DER business.
Our values are an unwavering guide which determine how we do business and how we behave as we work towards achieving our vision.
Transparency is an amplifier for continuous improvement and we communicate clearly and freely with all of our stakeholders. Living our other four values makes this easy.
Integrity speaks to how we conduct ourselves. We apply the highest ethical standards to every aspect of our business, and we expect this of everyone who works for us.
We are committed to excellence at every level and through communication, vigilance and commitment to this value we strive to always exceed the expectations of our stakeholders.
Every individual offers a unique perspective and value. At Kiwi Power we encourage and understand each other, building strong, diverse teams that deliver better outcomes.
Positivity and success go hand-in-hand. We bring a positive attitude to everything we do - whatever the circumstances - so that working with us is enjoyable, productive and rewarding.
Jay has over 35 years energy industry experience successfully growing and managing businesses, and joined Kiwi Power from Edison Energy in the US, where as CEO he transitioned the business from multiple, independently operating companies into a leading and growing provider of integrated energy solutions to large-scale industrial and commercial market leaders.
Leanne leads the operational management of Kiwi Power’s core business functions, including HR, health & safety, quality management, security and compliance. She has extensive experience leading operations and managing change in fast-paced environments to deliver high quality outcomes. Leanne holds a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Essex and CIPD Diploma in HR Management.
Jack is responsible for Kiwi Power’s product strategy working closely with business development, marketing and technology to ensure our products meet customer needs in a compelling way. Jack is results-oriented and technically savvy and has worked across start-ups and large businesses to deliver organisational transformations, including Springer Nature, Caplin Systems, Bank of America, UBS, and Anoigma Medical.
Stephan has over 20 years of experience in the energy sector, including demand side response, energy storage, distributed generation, smart grid and renewables.
He has successfully lead sales, strategy and business development in a variety of organisations from large multinational companies through to energy start-ups. Stephan holds an MSc in Mechanical Engineering from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology and an MBA from UCLA Anderson School of Management.
Gavin has 25 years of technology experience, managing and delivering large projects across a range of sectors. This includes two decades of consultancy expertise and significant exposure to outsourcing and multi-national projects. He currently leads Kiwi Power’s in-house technology function, working to build on our award-winning hardware and software portfolio. Gavin holds a BSc (Hons) in Computer Science from Warwick University.
Paul has extensive international corporate finance experience in small to mid-sized, high growth companies across the cleantech and renewables sectors. He spent 12-years working in Italy as advisor and then CFO of an Italian electrolyser and fuel cell development company from start-up, through IPO to commercialisation and exit. Prior to that Paul was Director of an independent corporate finance advisory firm and has raised over £200m for UK and European high growth companies.
Kiwi Power is expanding globally. If you’re interested in joining our fast paced team and working with leading technology, product and energy sector specialists then take a look at our current roles.
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