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EESA VIC Technical Seminar: Sustainable Power Solutions

Wed, 27 Mar 2024 | 5:30pm - 8:00pm AEDT (Melbourne, AUS)


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Non-Member $30.00

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About this event

Join us for an inspiring event focused on accelerating the transition to sustainable power solutions. 

Experts will discuss innovative renewable energy technologies like solar and wind power, highlighting their positive impacts on future generations. Discover new ideas for cleaner energy and why it's crucial for both our wallets and the environment. 

Connect with like-minded individuals passionate about greener initiatives and leave feeling inspired to support the energy transition in your own life. The event will wrap up with networking opportunities over drinks and refreshments.

Location access

Public transport: Tram 86 or a 6 minute walk from Southern Cross Station 


Parth Dave – Associate Director, Engineering & Asset Management, KPMG

Parth Dave KPMG Parth is an Associate Director in KPMG’s Engineering and Asset Management team. He is a chartered engineer (Mechanical & Electrical) that has broad experience within the power and energy sector including strategic/advisory projects for utility scale renewables and network solutions to the detailed design of overhead transmission lines, conventional and renewable generation, project management and operational management.  

He has previously worked at Jacobs as a Senior Mechanical/Transmission Lines Engineer and has experience in all stages of design from concept to detailed design for HV transmission lines ranging from 11kV to 500kV for utilities such as AusNet, TasNetworks, Western Power & TransGrid, as well as mining clients such as BHP and Rio Tinto.

Malcom Tinklier – General Manager, Western Renewables Link, AusNet

Parth Dave KPMG Malcolm is General Manager of AusNet’s Western Renewables Link project bringing more than 30 years’ experience across energy and transportation sectors.

He has held senior roles across large complex infrastructure developments throughout Australia and the UK, most recently with Metro Tunnel and Westgate Tunnel.

Malcolm is focused on contributing to Australia’s energy transition to cleaner sources and the critical infrastructure required to achieve this. His role with the Western Renewables Link project is to deliver on AusNet’s commitment to have a sustainable energy solution for all Victorians.

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March 27 2024
5:30pm - 8:00pm AEDT (Melbourne, AUS)

Level 31, 600 Bourke St
Melbourne Victoria 3000

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