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Evan Darmanin is the Director and Principal Consultant of ChargeWorks, an independent consultancy in solar PV, battery storage and EV charging. He is an EV driver and technologist dedicated to the latest developments in clean energy products and business models.
ChargeWorks has delivered consulting services and training courses in renewable energy technology and EV charging for local and state government agencies across NSW. Evan also currently teaches Foundations in Renewable Energy and Sustainability at the NSW TAFE (Ultimo Campus) as part of the Associate Degree of Applied Engineering (Renewable Energy Technologies).
Currently the EV Electrical Safety Trainer/Supervisor at the School of Engineering, University of Melbourne, Bryce has been building, driving and writing about Electric Vehicles (EVs) since 2008 and in his most recent EV (a Hyundai Kona electric) has covered more than 20,000km—including multiple interstate trips. His interest in EVs comes in part from his desire to lead a low-environmental impact lifestyle.
He regularly writes on EV topics for TheDriven website and Renew magazine and on behalf of the Australian Electric Vehicle Association (AEVA) presents on EV issues and opportunities to government, business and community groups.
Bryce is the secretary of the Victorian branch of the AEVA, coordinator of AEVA's 2020 EV Vision event week (Sept 25 - October 3) and editor of EV News.
Brent Clark is the CEO and founder of energy consultancy, Wattblock. Wattblock has assisted apartment buildings housing over 60,000 residents with solar feasibility, energy efficiency and electric vehicle charging reports. Wattblock’s projects include working for Advance Queensland, the NSW Department of Planning, Industry & Environment, and North Sydney, Mosman and Woollahra councils.
Brent specialises in breaking down the barriers to solar and specialises in EV charging for strata and apartment buildings.