Has extensive experience marketing and supporting distributed power systems through Australia, SE Asia, the US and Europe. He is experienced in the commercialization of low emission technologies and has held senior management positions with the CSIRO and Caterpillar. He holds an MBA (International Business) and a Bachelor Engineering (Agriculture) degree. He is the Treasurer of the National Board of the Australian Institute of Energy.
Phone: +61 407 168 344
Has more than 20 years working in the Financial Industry, particularly as a senior investment advisor with Macquarie Bank. Heath was 13 years and a director with Johnson Taylor Stock Brokers Pty Ltd and Owner and Managing Director of the Geelong branch of ABN Amro Morgans. In 2007 he left Macquarie Bank to establish his own companies. Heath brings to SREC a solid understanding of and many senior contacts in the Financial Industry.
Phone: +61 400 112 944
Has extensive experience in developing and delivering engineering and systems projects globally. He is experienced in the design, construction and commissioning of medium-large engineering projects in Steel and Petrochemicals, as well as operations management of gas and petrochemical facilities and has held senior management positions in BHP Billiton. He holds an MBA (Technology Management) and a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) degree.
Phone: +61 418 397 033
Is a skilled and experienced project manager who has planned and supervised the installations of 10 commercial scale PV installations in the ACT region in the last 12 months. Eddie is an excellent team leader who is passionate about safety, particularly ensuring that safety management systems are designed to protect people rather than just ticking boxes.
Phone: +61 412 239 779
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The Billanook College installation is in two parts: a Parent funded installation on the Science lab roof totalling 3.1kW installed in January 2011, and a National Solar Schools Project (NSSP) installation of 10.1kW on the Gymnasium, completed during April 2011.