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Founder & CEO

Trevor Powell, founder & CEO of Impacts Solar, is tackling two of the world’s biggest challenges – water and energy supply.

 

After more than 25 years of planning and delivering major infrastructure projects globally, Trevor is bringing this expertise to solar thermal powered energy and water infrastructure.

 

“I’ve spent most of my career delivering major infrastructure projects and understand the commercial drivers for large developments. Most of the solar energy projects I have seen are too expensive to build and are complex to operate. So we started with a simple question: if the water in an ordinary garden hose can get hot enough to burn you, why can’t we find a more cost-effective way to use solar energy?”

 

Since 2007, Trevor has worked on developing solar thermal technologies, aimed at reducing energy and water costs. Whilst originally looking at electricity generation, Trevor identified a number of widespread energy-hungry industrial and agricultural processes in regional and remote areas that could be directly powered by solar thermal heat, rather than traditional fuel sources that have enormous costs over the life of a project.

 

Trevor’s background includes senior roles on major resources, rail, infrastructure, construction and technology projects in Australia, Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Germany, the UK and South Africa, with leading companies including Bouygues, Marconi, Thales, GEC, Siemens, BHP Billiton and Xstrata Coal. He was appointed Global Vice President and Project Director for Marconi Communications based in London and later became Chief Operations Officer for Argus Solutions, an ASX-listed technology company. Trevor is a Certified Practising Project Director with the Australian Institute of Project Management.

 

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