arbnco Welcomes New Sr. VP, Brian Van Buskirk

We would like to welcome Brian Van Buskirk to our team at arbnco as  Senior Vice President of Strategy & Market Development in North America.

Brian is an accomplished Senior Executive with more than 25 years of success spanning technology, energy, HVAC, automotive and manufacturing. He will be a valuable asset to the company by providing advisory related to global expansions, and rapid growth.

Based in North America, Brian’s appointment will be crucial in our successful expansion into the U.S. market, leading our U.S. activity and amongst other exciting upcoming projects will be significant in growing the arbnco brand.

Maureen Eisbrenner, our CEO, said: “I am thrilled to let you know that Brian Van Buskirk will be joining arbnco as our new Senior Vice President of Strategy & Market Development, having spent 20+ years as a senior energy executive in EE/DER design, operations, and business development.

Most recently his roles at First Fuel included Vice President of Partner Alliances and Director of Client Engagement, winning analytics-enabled peak demand reduction contracts with major utility providers providing 410% YOY revenue growth, Brian also developed and managed global resale and implementation networks as on eof many significant achievements during his tenure at First Fuel.

Prior to First Fuel Brian held a number of senior executive roles at PECI, Vanstana, Quovera and Hewlett Packard.

In short, he has an incredible background and we are delighted to have him on our team, it’s a real testament to the culture we’ve created here within the arbnco community. We could not be more excited with the opportunity in front of us of having Brian lead the U.S. operations!”

Brian stated: “I am delighted to take on this new role within arbnco and to lead their U.S. expansion, utilising my experience driving business development and profitable growth.

arbnco has a base of technology that can be applied to the U.S. market. Their expertise in creating innovative software solutions will lend well to the U.S. and particularly California, the most progressive U.S. market for innovation. I look forward to the times ahead!”