Kerry is a registered and chartered professional electrical engineer with 40 years’ experience in the industry including more than 27 years in Management. The last 20 years have been focused on the Australian Electricity Utilities. Achievements include the changing of asset management techniques to maximise asset performance; improved asset condition monitoring techniques and advances in the use of alternative fluids in electrical substation plant.
Kerry has an extensive background in substation asset management and transformer and plant design, manufacturing, refurbishment, condition monitoring and maintenance. He has been responsible for project management, innovation, development and implementation of mobile, transportable and modular substation equipment for Power Utilities in Australia. He is known for his innovative solutions, stakeholder engagement and attention to detail in all he does.
Kerry works closely with Universities and the industry end users to ensure he is up to date with the latest technologies and techniques in substation condition monitoring and asset management. He is the author and co-author of many engineering papers and has presented at local and international conferences.
Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical)
|Fellow Engineers Australia (FIEAust),|
|Master of Engineering Practice (Power Systems)||Associate Fellow Australian Institute of Management (AFAIM)|
|Project Management Professional (PMP)||Australian Asset Management Council (AMC)|
|Chartered Professional Engineer (CPEng)||Project Management Institute (PMI)|
|National Professional Engineer Registered (NER)||Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (MIEEE)|
|APEC International Professional Engineer (IntPE)||Electric Energy Society of Australian (EESA)|
|Registered Professional Engineer Queensland (RPEQ)||Member Cigré|
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