Skilled renewable energy specialists
Epuron has a strong team of experienced and professional staff with a variety of backgrounds to provide the diversity and skills needed to advance our projects. We're ready to help.
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MARTIN POOLE, Executive Director, Co-founder
Martin has more than 25 years experience in the energy industry in Australia and the UK. Martin has been a director of the Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering at the University of Sydney since 2006. Before joining EPURON, Martin served as Vice President of Market Development for Powerline GES Pty Ltd and consulted to various energy companies in Australia and the UK, including: Energy Australia, IPART, NSW Sustainable Energy Development Authority, and Combined Heat and Power Association in London.
BA, M.Eng (Chem). PhD, U. Syd.
ANDREW DURRAN, Executive Director, Co-founder
Andrew has more than 25 years experience in the renewable energy industry, and has co-directed Epuron since its inception in 2003. This includes international development experience following the sale of the business to Hamburg-based Conergy AG until the subsequent MBO in 2011. Prior to Epuron, Andrew directed the Energy Supply and Business Development at the NSW Sustainable Energy Development Authority, and held various roles in NSW-based utilities Pacific Power and Transgrid. Andrew was a member of the Federal Mandatory Renewable Energy Target Working Group, National Green Power Accreditation Steering Group, and the NSW Sustainable Energy Research and Advisory Council (SERDAC).
BE (Elec, Hons), MBA (Technology Management).
PAUL STANGROOM, Development Director
Paul has more than 15 years’ experience in the renewable energy space, both in development and consultancy environments. He has managed wind resource assessment, technical advisory and grid connection teams in Europe and Australia covering a wide range of global wind farm projects, and working closely with lenders and investors. In Australia he has managed a portfolio of 400MW of wind farm developments in Australia now in operation, working closely with landowners, communities and other stakeholders to achieve successful project outcomes.
MEng (Mechanical Engineering), University of Manchester, UK
PhD (Renewable Energy), University of Nottingham, UK.
ANDREW WILSON, General Manager Development - NSW
Andrew has more than 20 years experience in the construction and energy industries, and has led the development of a number of Epuron's wind farm projects since 2007. Prior to joining Epuron Andrew had roles in developing and constructing renewable energy projects at AGL and Meridian Energy where he was responsible for the construction of the Wattle Point Wind Farm which was the largest wind farm in Australia at the time. Previous positions include 10 years with construction contractor Downer Engineering delivering multi-discipline projects.
B.Sc (Mech Eng), MBA (U. Waikato)
HSIN CHERN LIM, General Manager, Solar & Energy Storage
Hsin Chern Lim has more than 15 years experience in the renewables and utilities sector. Prior to joining Epuron, Hsin Chern had leadership and engineering involvement in various renewable energy frontiers such as building industry leading utility scale energy storage systems, large scale PV farms, and complex energy systems such as microgrids and hybrid systems.
B.Sc (Electrical Engineering), CPEng RPEQ NER
DONNA BOLTON, General Manager Development - Tasmania
Donna has more than 20 years experience in the Australian and UK renewables industry. Since 2007 Donna has led some of our most challenging projects including the planning and land tenure for the Silverton Wind Farm, the largest approved wind farm proposal in Australia. Prior to joining Epuron Donna worked for AGL Energy, Southern Hydro and Meridian Energy, progressing projects in Victoria and Queensland. Donna has been managing our projects in Tasmania since 2019.
ANTHONY MELOV, Senior Project Manager
Anthony has more than 15 years experience in the implementation of renewable energy projects in Australia and overseas. He has been directly involved in the origination, development, financing, construction and asset management of projects totalling over 3,000 MW of operating capacity. Anthony’s experience ranges from Australian utility-scale solar photovoltaic projects to a 1,550 MW wind energy project now operating in California. Anthony has previously worked with Meridian Energy, Allco Wind Energy, Macquarie and renewable energy companies operating in the USA, UK, Mexico and South Africa.
BCom, LLB (UNSW)
JESSICA PICTON, Development Manager
Jessica has worked in the renewable energy industry for over nine years and has been involved in over 1,000MW of wind and solar farm developments in Australia and abroad. Jessica’s experience covers project design, development and construction, with a special interest in solar projects.
BE (PV and Solar Energy) (Hons), UNSW
JULIAN KASBY, Wind Development Manager
Julian joined Epuron as a graduate in 2008 and has been involved in the development of over 1,000 MW of wind energy now under construction or operating in NSW. In 2016 Julian returned to Epuron after 4 years abroad bringing experience from the UK Infrastructure Industry working with engineering firms WorleyParsons and Arup. Julian also volunteers with Pingala, a not-for-profit organisation that develops community owned and operated solar systems for local businesses.
BE (Electrical) (Hons), UNSW
GRANT ALDERSON, Development Manager
Grant has 15 years experience in major project planning and development including renewable energy, industrial and urban development. He is a qualified town planner with engineering and project management training. Grant has experience working for electricity generators, developers, consultants and government agencies on projects across Australia.
BA (Sustainable Development) (Hons), Murdoch
DANIEL GILBERT, Solar Asset Manager
Daniel is an engineer and project manager, primarily involved with the technical operation of our solar energy portfolio. Daniel’s activities involve project development, technical analysis of solar and wind energy systems, hardware management and technical support, mapping and database design.
BE (PV and Solar Energy) (Hons), UNSW
CONNIE LIANG, Grid Connections Manager
Connie has more than 10 years of experience in the power industry. Prior to joining Epuron, Connie worked for TransGrid where she held roles in transmission network planning, the assessment of renewable generator connections, and the development of transmission network infrastructure projects.
BE (Electrical) (Hons), UNSW
Dip (Project Management), Institute of Management
SANDRA WEINHOLD, Engineering Technologist
Sandra started with Epuron in 2018. Prior to joining Epuron, she has been working for 2 years in wind farm development in Germany. In Epuron, Sandra is mainly involved in the project development of wind farm sites in Tasmania. Her activities include site investigation and design, wind resource and energy yield analysis, GIS mapping, visual assessment, wind monitoring as well as stakeholder engagement and consultation.
MSc (Industrial Engineering and Management), TU Berlin
KEER HUANG, Wind Engineer
Keer joined Epuron in 2020. He has previous experience as a wind engineer at a leading turbine manufacturer. Keer’s responsibility at Epuron include wind resource analysis, energy yield analysis, environmental impact analysis and optimisation.
BE ME (Electrical) (Hons), UNSW
PAUL CROOK, Wind Engineer
Paul joined Epuron in 2020. His responsibilities include data cleaning, reporting and analysis and managing wind measurement campaigns. He has previous experience in wind farm operations and energy market analysis.
BE (Mechanical) (Hons), USYD
MICHELLE WILLIS-DAVIS, Finance & Admin Manager, Company Secretary
Michelle works across a number of Epuron’s projects, particularly focussing on landowner liaison, consultation, and new site investigation. In addition, Michelle has 15 years experience in office management and accounts, a role she continues to undertake at Epuron.
B. Health Science
DAVID ROBINSON, Internal Counsel
David has practised in planning, environmental, property and commercial law since 1986. David worked for Gadens, the Environmental Defender’s Office and the Environment Protection Authority before resuming work as a sole practitioner in 2001. David lectures in planning and environmental law at the University of Technology Sydney.
BA, LLM (Syd); Cert IV Assessment and Workplace Training