'Our tech will be instrumental in energy transition'

'Our tech will be instrumental in energy transition'
Gentrack CEO Gary Miles says the energy transition is more exciting than the telco evolution which brought mobile phones. (Image: Supplied)
Rebecca Stevenson
Gentrack boss Gary Miles says the energy transition to renewables is probably the planet's single most ambitious project. He added that the New Zealand stock exchange-listed company is “very bullish” about its utilities software playing a part in that transition. Gentrack posted a “strong” full-year result for the financial year to Sept 30, Jarden analysts Guy Hooper and Nick Yeo said in a research note. The company reported revenue of $169.9 million, a 34.5% increase on the previous financia...

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