Having trade qualifications in electrical engineering and more than 20 years’ experience in industrial automation, energy efficiency, power systems and business management, David has constantly helped businesses become more sustainable, improving their reliability and efficiency while reducing their costs. David also holds a Graduate Certificate in Sustainability, completed in 2009.
Using knowledge and experience of the UK’s deregulated energy market, Matthew became heavily involved in the deregulation process in Australia through 1994. This led to Matthew starting Utilacor and the creation of the powerful and unique energy management tool kWatch, which continues to provide quantifiable benefits to customers today.
More recently Matthew began Flow Power, formerly known as PG Energy. The Licensed Electricity Retailer specialises in addressing the needs of large customers across the National Electricity Market, in South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales and Queensland. This innovative business works with customers across industries as diverse as cold storage, quarries and agriculture to leverage the wholesale electricity market.
They advocate and ensure a high quality service provision. Flow Power is committed to helping their members cut power costs and provide tailored energy strategies for the unique power usage of Australian vegetable growers.
Flow Power is a supporting member of the Clean Energy Council because we want to help and support advocacy for effective policy and market framework for clean energy while promoting the industry and its achievements.
Flow Power is a preferred supplier of CMPA and is committed to helping Quarries and construction industry buy better power on the wholesale market.
Flow Power is a voice for large energy users in Australia and it is important they are part of the dialogue to deliver a stable and affordable energy supply for all users.
Flow Power works with a number of cold stores and storage businesses and understands the energy demands of these businesses.
Flow Power is a corporate member of the Energy Efficiency Council because we need to promote stable government policy, provide clear information to energy users and drive the quality of energy efficiency products and services.