Beam Energy Labs helps customers reduce their
energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions.
We take you from having a problem and some data to an implemented project.
We need to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% by 2030 and we are here to help you do this.
The good news is that this is achievable with current technologies and it will save you money at the same time.
Meet our team
Andrew has 17 years' experience in the Australian energy industry, completing projects in the commercial, industrial and mining sectors. He has completed over two hundred solar, energy efficiency and power generation projects for businesses across Australia.
Kris has over 15 years’ experience in energy strategy, best practice energy management, energy efficiency, renewable energy systems and innovation. He holds a double bachelor’s degree in sustainable energy systems engineering and information technology.
Sarzana is deeply interested in the way things work and loves solving problems. Sarzana has a degree in electrical engineering and five years' experience in the building services and solar industries.
Zac is a Solar Engineer contributing to the continued development and growth of the energy industry and transition to a greener future. He has competent knowledge and skills in solar PV and battery system design and delivery, as well as analysis of performance and economics.
Caleb is a full stack software engineer with over 5 years experience building great software. Caleb has used his skills to develop websites, web apps, mobile apps, APIs and to engineer cloud infrastructure.
Caleb is the lead developer at Beam and is responsible for the majority of Beam’s IT systems and to deliver reliable, scalable and extensible software.
Tom is a full-stack software developer and has worked on a diverse range of software projects, from education tools and games to wireless network monitoring and asset management platforms. Tom loves to work on interactive experiences in the browser.
Tom is a former teacher and is passionate about libre software, permacomputing, education and the future of the Web.