Amy has been the EESA Chapter Chair for Queensland since 2020. Currently working within Asset Maintenance for an energy distribution network company with experience in network operations, design, and manufacturing. She is passionate about initiating a collaborative environment to allow industry partners to share new technology and solutions to engineering challenges in an evolving energy industry.
Han has over 15 years in the Electricity industry with roles in Planning, Substation Design, Protection, Construction, Operations, Regulatory and Pricing, Metering and unregulated commercial business. Han has a passion for renewable energy and has worked on different projects to decarbonise remote communities using solar, batteries and DER orchestration. EECON 2022 will be a good forum to bring experts together to share developments and future trends that will transform the Electricity Industry.
Marcus has over 37 years’ experience in the electricity industry across a diverse range of commercial and technical disciplines, including unregulated business development, customer and stakeholder management, business improvement, development of new products and services, works management and most recently customer advocacy.
Kim worked in the Electricity Supply Industry for more than 38 years in a range of engineering and senior executive roles. He is an active member of the EESA in the Queensland Chapter, where he was Chair from 2012 to 2020 and led the organising committee for the successful EECON 2018. He was also a member of the EESA National Council from 2012 to 2021 including Vice President from 2018 to 2021.
Tim is an independent consulting engineer with over 20 years’ experience across management, technical consultancy, academic and utility roles in Australia, New Zealand and the United States. His specialist interests are in power systems analysis, power quality, power systems strategy, technical communication and training. Tim has authored 18 publications and is a contributor to international technical working groups.
As a Technology Innovation Engineer, Mitchell helps facilitate the adoption of new technologies into Queensland’s distribution network. Mitchell’s key focus areas include device testing, power electronics, system modelling and controller design. He is passionate about helping ensure innovation allows the power network to adapt and grow into a system well designed to meet the needs of tomorrow
Gustavo Chamusca de Azevedo
Gustavo is a Chartered Professional Electrical Engineer (CPEng, RPEQ) at the Technical Services – Electrical team at Worley, with previous experience in the Oil and Gas industry at Schlumberger in their Bergen office (Norway) and Mining and Energy industries at Hatch in their Brisbane office. He completed his Bachelors’ from the University of Houston (USA) and recently also completed a masters from the University of Queensland.