Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Honours)
Megan recently joined Suzlon Energy Australia as Business Development Manager, Strategy and Policy. Suzlon is the world's fifth largest manufacturer of wind turbines. In Australia, Suzlon’s current commitments will see close to 700 megawatts of clean renewable energy delivered to Australian consumers for a range of utility and investor clients.
Prior to this, Megan spent two years in London as Head of Policy for the UK Business Council for Sustainable Energy (UKBCSE), which brings together the Chief Executives of the major energy companies in the UK to progress the sustainable energy agenda. In this role Megan worked with the energy sector to develop positions in a range of key policy areas, including the delivery of the EU 20% renewable energy target, and working with the Prime Minister’s office on energy efficiency policy.
Before moving to the UK, Megan worked at Sustainability Victoria where she led the development of the Victorian Wind Atlas, and the Government’s black balloons energy saving campaign. She also contributed to the development of a range of key policy initiatives, including the Wind Energy Policy and Planning Guidelines, the Victorian Renewable Energy Target, and the National Framework for Energy Efficiency.