Our people

Vasilios

Director

v.giotis@bluegreeneng.com.au

Vasilios is Director of Blue Green Engineering. He is a professional mechanical engineer with post-graduate qualifications in renewable energy and energy efficiency. Vasilios has had many years of Australian and overseas experience in the sustainability field and has been involved in many large and small green projects. Vasilios believes that practical but innovative sustainable engineering can contribute to a more ecological way of living.

Tharindu

Business development manager

tharindu.w@bluegreeneng.com.au

Tharindu holds a Bachelors Degree in Business. Tharindu is passionate about sustainability and strives to help clients reduce running costs and improve sustainability features of buildings. He does this by listening, understanding and catering to client's needs. Tharindu is an important link between clients and the company's engineers.

Shantha

Co-generation specialist

Shantha has over 20 years of experience in various Engineering disciplines including application engineering, heavy industrial plant maintenance and production management, HVAC and co‚Äźgeneration system design, project management and commercial evaluations of major projects.

Shantha has successfully completed several cogeneration projects starting from project development to commissioning focusing on total system outcomes encompassing service delivery (electrical & thermal energy), financial evaluation, GHG emission reduction, ongoing technical support and maintenance. Shantha has excellent knowledge of commercial and technical aspects of cogeneration, HVAC and energy efficiency projects

Hanson

Intern - sustainability engineer

h.huynh@bluegreeneng.com.au

Hanson is a 4th year student university student and is currently undertaking a bachelor of photovoltaic engineering at UNSW. Hanson has a passion in energy efficient building and services design. Hanson believes that sustainable design should be part of the majority of projects. If done intelligently, implementation of sustainability initiatives in buildings need not to cost more.