Renewable Energy Engineering in Australia
Abergeldie is a member of Sustainable Business Australia (SBA) and signatory to Businesses for a Clean Economy (B4CE). We ensure that all of our engineers are qualified to carry out work on renewable energy sources, such as solar thermal systems, photovoltaics, wind energy solutions and biomass and bioenergy installations. We are also able to advise on integrating our renewable energy engineering skills into broader civil and building projects.
Environmental and sustainable engineering will only become more important in years to come. To this end, our engineers are given opportunities to further their knowledge through company training and enrolment in accredited external courses. Abergeldie is dedicated to renewable energy sources: this is reflected in our corporate social responsibility policy which promotes anti-pollution measures, including the disposal of waste and the avoidance of wasteful use of materials. Making environmentally conscious choices is The Abergeldie Way.
We can design, assess, construct, refurbish or upgrade water usage, energy, waste management and climate management solutions for all types of infrastructure. Whether you choose to focus on local, national or global concerns or simply wish your building to become a sustainable structure, Abergeldie, guided by its own policies, can deliver your project to your specifications, timeframe and budget.
The Australian large-scale Renewable Energy Target (LRET) for 2018 is 28,637 gigawatt hours (GWh). This target will increase in coming years: we predict that mandate the use of 100% renewable energy sources will become mandatory for most construction projects. Sustainable engineering companies like ours will play an increasingly important role. If you would like to integrate up-to-date and cutting-edge renewable energy technology into your existing site or into the design of your future construction project, we have the experience and the knowledge to make renewable energy not simply a part of your company’s social responsibility policy, but to ensure your infrastructure fully complies with current and future environment and sustainability legislation that will reduced emissions and lower your energy expenditure.