The EIANZ Victorian Division, Students and Early Careers sub-committee invites you to join them as they showcase inspiring young professionals working in the renewable energy industry. The Panel is led by Shaz Billimoria from Bright Sparks – The Clean Energy Crew.
Bright Sparks is led by young professionals taking inspiration from the climate emergency declarations and climate strikes. We are excited to highlight inspiring young professionals working across private, not-for-profit and governmental sectors. They seek to become the future leaders in Australia’s clean energy transition. They will share their journey to renewable energy space and projects they have been involved with. This event will be centred around the theme of professional opportunities and growth, exploring what does this sector has to offer.
Meet the speakers:
Scott Robinson | Senior recruiter from Phillip Riley
Scott began his recruitment career in 2000 and has since joined two Listed recruitment businesses, before establishing Phillip Riley in 2010. Scott took Phillip Riley to market as the only dedicated Renewable Energy Recruitment and Consulting business in Australia. Today, Phillip Riley has grown to a team of 10+ in Australia, with offices in Sydney & Melbourne (HQ) and has expanded the business into APAC and North America. He will share with us insights and trends from the industry.
James Sinclair | Bright Sparks Crew
James (Enstarted at Baringa Partners in March 2021 as Energy Market Analyst, pivoting from mechanical engineering. He performs due diligence on energy projects (solar, wind, battery) being bought or sold or seeking financing. As part of this, James models National Electricity Market (NEM) supply – demand balance and power flows in order to forecast electricity prices, generator Marginal Loss Factors (MLFs) and curtailment.
Manuela Londono | Australian Energy Foundation
Manuela is passionate about making a meaningful difference in the world. Manuela has worked as a sustainability consultant for the construction industry. Most recently she joined the Australian Energy Foundation as a Project Coordinator, focusing on Energy related programs for vulnerable communities.
Helena Puszka | DELWP
Helena is a Project Officer at DELWP since December 2020 and she works on innovative renewable energy projects including microgrids and bioenergy systems. Helena completed a Bachelor of Environmental Science / Social Science (Environments) plus Honours in 2018, and completed research projects with CSIRO, The Nature Conservancy, and Marine Mammal Foundation. Her first graduate role was at Australian Energy Foundation, where she engaged in community energy equity, energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. She also has experience in project delivery and business development.
Please note this event will run on Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time (AEDST).
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