We believe in 3 things
Big energy companies give some of their customer’s huge discounts and others none at all. This is hugely unfair, our EnergyPass™ ensures everybody has access to the same low rates in their area, no matter what their circumstances are. That’s fair and we’re proud of it!
Sorry big energy companies, the party is over. We’re coming clean and educating our consumers on how the energy industry works – challenging everything they did or didn’t understand until this moment.
We understand that families of different sizes have different needs when it comes to energy well, it’s not rocket science. That’s why we offer a range of plans that vary in price and level of service.
What we are planning for the future
We’re revolutionising Australia’s energy industry by giving you access to wholesale energy rates and the ability to track your energy usage in real time on your phone. But, the Mojo EnergyPass™ is just the beginning. Soon we’re going to make it possible to store your solar power and then sell any unused energy back to the grid.
Ultimately, our goal is to create a community of energy savers that generate enough solar energy for us all to share. We want everyone to live off affordable, clean energy. And because we don’t make any profit on energy produced by coal or gas that you use, we’re genuinely committed to help you make that leap. Now who else can honestly say that?
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Who's got our back
We’re a privately owned independent energy retailer founded by James Myatt and Darren Miller in 2015. We’re lucky enough to be backed by some of Australia’s most prominent investors, and have a cornerstone investment from Southern Cross Venture Capital Partners—a leading fund that invests in businesses that promote renewable generation and technology, backed by The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) and Soft Bank China Capital.
Who’s in the team?
Founders James and Darren’s paths crossed while at Sungevity. After a little bit of thinking about how they could transform the energy industry, you could say they had an “energy saving light bulb moment”, which later sparked in Mojo Power. Together, they’ve built an expert team of highly capable, energy enthusiasts who are committed to changing the industry for the better.
James has over 30 years’ experience in the energy sector in Australia and the US. He was the founder and CEO of Australian Power & Gas (ASX:APK) which he started in 2007 and grew to around 350,000 customers and $500m in revenue at the time he sold the business to AGL in late 2013.
Jim is also a founder of Entrust Energy LLC based in Houston TX which is one of the fastest growing energy retailers in the US. He has complemented this with time as the CEO of Sungevity Australia, a subsidiary of Sungevity Inc. based in California.
Darren has almost 25 years’ experience in corporate finance, private equity, high tech and energy industries. He spent almost a decade working at the highest levels of the Packer family’s investment companies (PBL and CPH) where he was involved in M&A, strategy and operations of investee businesses such as Nine, Foxtel, Hoyts and Ellerston Capital.
In the past 3 years, Darren has worked in the solar industry. Prior to founding Mojo, Darren was the Director of Asset Finance for Sungevity Australia where he pioneered the product development and financing of residential solar power purchase agreements.
As Mojo’s General Counsel and General Manager Corporate Services, Joanne Tseng manages legal, risk, regulatory, compliance and corporate services. In addition, Joanne is Mojo’s Company Secretary.
Joanne has over 11 years’ experience in the energy industry, with roles at Duke Energy International, Ergon Energy, Powerdirect and Australian Power & Gas. She is a qualified lawyer having gained a Bachelor of Business and Law.
Phil Ridley has 30 years’ in Information Technology management roles in a wide range of sectors including retail, energy, communications, banking and aerospace. He held executive level roles at organisations including Australian Power & Gas as CIO, Seven Network/Vividwireless as CTO, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise as Chief Technologist. He has an honours degree in Computer Engineering and a Graduate Diploma in Technology Management, and is a Graduate of the Institute of Company Directors (GAICD). He has authored several international patents and is the recipient of 4 Australian National Engineering excellence awards.
Phil’s specialises in business-technology strategy, business efficiency, and nurturing startups into successful long term businesses.
James has experience in energy trading and analytics, with a detailed understanding of designing and executing hedging strategies, risk management and corporate finance.
James’ experience in the energy industry includes working for Kato Capital & Australasian Capital engaging in large scale renewable energy projects, Australian Power & Gas engaging in energy portfolio management and Ovo Energy as a trading analyst.
John has 20 years of experience in sales, marketing, and business development within the international transportation and supply chain management industry. During his time with industry leaders, FedEx and the Australia Post group, John developed a wide range of experience including driving sales and market share growth, operational responsibilities, solutions design and strategic planning in major APAC markets including Australia, Vietnam, New Zealand and APAC responsibility for the US Department of Defense business within FedEx.
Kim Williams AM has had a long involvement in the arts, entertainment and media industries in Australia and overseas and has held various executive leadership positions since the late 1970s including as Chief Executive at each of News Corp Australia, FOXTEL, Fox Studios Australia, the Australian Film Commission, Southern Star Entertainment and Musica Viva Australia and also as a senior executive at the ABC.
He is an experienced executive, communicator and leader having established numerous large enterprises and driven extensive change management programs in operational and in policy environments effectively. He has been a spirited leader of large workforces and served on many boards.
Cameron O’Reilly holds a Master of Management and Public Policy, a Bachelor of Economics (Hons) and is a Graduate of the Institute of Company Directors (GAICD). In 2008, he was awarded a Fulbright professional scholarship in Australia-US Alliance studies and undertook research on the energy sector at the University of Texas at Austin.
Cameron was for nine years the Chief Executive of the Energy Retailers Association of Australia (ERAA). As part of his Masters degree he wrote a minor thesis on the establishment of the NEM and during his Fulbright scholarship and undertook a comparative study of the impact of carbon pricing on the electricity generation sector in the US and Australia. Cameron previously chaired Energy Assured Limited, a body overseeing a self-regulatory code for door to door sales in the electricity industry.
Mark is Managing Director of Southern Cross Venture Partners one of Australia’s leading venture capital investors. He has more than 20 years experience in leading and investing in disruptive companies across Europe, the United States and Asia. He has served on the boards of many growing 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 and was a previous recipient of the CSIRO medal for business excellence. Mark joined the Mojo board of directors in 2016 as part of a Southern Cross making a significant investment to support our growth.
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