Our team is experienced and nimble. We can access significant funds to act quickly on new development and investment opportunities across the renewable energy sector.
Our people come from a wide range of backgrounds but are all deeply committed to and passionate about decarbonisation. This is about much more than a job to us.
Eva has worked in the transport and energy sectors for over 20 years, including senior roles in project delivery, operations and commercial at Worley, Transurban and Origin Energy. Prior to joining Squadron Energy, Eva was Group Executive for Strategy, Innovation and Technology at Australian’s largest network business Transgrid. Eva has an honours degree in Engineering and Arts from UNSW and a Masters in Business Administration from the Australian Graduate School of Management. Eva is a member of Chief Executive Women.
Originally from regional NSW, she lives in Sydney and is on the UNSW’s Faculty of Engineering Advisory Committee. She is passionate about helping with their mission to get more women to study engineering and supporting research into innovation and technology.
Barb has over 25 years’ experience in corporate finance and has held senior roles in corporate finance, business performance and commercial at Brambles and Origin Energy. Prior to joining Squadron Energy, Barb held a number of senior finance and technology roles at Qantas including Divisional CFO. Barb has a degree in Commerce from UNSW and is a qualified CPA.
Barb lives in Sydney and really enjoys mentoring young finance professionals.
Steve has worked in senior legal and General Counsel roles within the energy sector for over 20 years both in Australia and in the USA and Europe, including at Total and Woodside. Steve has an honours degree in Law and Arts from the University of Western Australia and a Master of Laws from the University of Sydney.
Steve lives in Perth and loves anything outdoors with his family, whether at the beach or hiking in the bush.
Mike worked at Alcoa for 25 years in a range of senior project development and commercial roles including running their extensive energy portfolio across Western and Eastern Australia. During that time Mike was involved in the acquisition of the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline, the development of cogeneration and peaking power stations and negotiating some of the largest energy contracts in the country. Since joining Squadron Energy, Mike managed the acquisition of Windlab and the Clarke Creek wind, solar and battery farm. Mike has an honours degree in Applied Chemistry and a PHD from Curtin University.
Mike lives in Perth and enjoys sharing his experience with the next generation of energy professionals.
Rochelle has over 20 years’ experience in the maritime and ports sectors, including previous senior roles in engineering, development and operations at Dampier Port Authority and North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation. She previously held CEO roles at Sea Swift and the Mid West Ports Authority. Rochelle has an honours degree in Geology from the University of Tasmania, a PHD from Curtin University and has undertaken further post graduate studies at the University of Cambridge and Harvard University.
Having grown up in rural Tasmania, Rochelle is passionate about developing regional communities and sits on the Council of the University of Central Queensland. She lives in the Illawarra region of NSW.
Evonne has over 20 years’ experience across the energy and resources value chain in project development, commercial and M&A, including senior roles at Shell, Horizon Oil and AGL. Prior to joining Squadron Energy, Evonne was the Project Director for Transgrid’s $2b Project Energy Connect, the first transmission interconnector being constructed under AEMO’s ISP. Evonne has an honours degree in Engineering from the University of Queensland and is a finance graduate of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia.
Originally from Gympie in Queensland, Evonne lives in Sydney and loves skiing in the winter and being the class parent at her children’s school.
Peter has had a long career delivering complex multibillion dollar infrastructure projects including roles as Director of Projects at Fortescue and Adani. Prior to moving into project delivery, Peter worked in investment banking in New York and London and with McKinsey. Peter was most recently CFO at construction company Decmil, before joining the Board as a Non-Executive Director. Peter has a Bachelor of Science (Mathematics) and a Bachelor of Finance (Actuarial Studies) from Macquarie University and a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard University.
Peter is heavily involved in both Lifeline and the School of St Yared in Ethiopia.
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