ABOUT US

The Story of Kean Energy

Kean Energy was established in 2017 with the aspiration of delivering independent renewable energy engineering and advisory services with a team of experts. We wanted to give standalone businesses, solar companies and property developers access to highly experienced and knowledgeable engineers to execute their renewable energy project with confidence.

We want to communicate renewable energy to the general public in the simplest way possible. Our mission is to become the leading team of experts who work with businesses to reduce their electricity cost with cutting-edge renewable energy technology .

We are currently operating in Australia, the Philippines and Fijian Islands.

Renewable energy advice that is 100 % independent, based on 20 years of technical experience and rigour analyses

With over 20 years of industry and technical experience, we are able to offer engineering and advisory services that assists our customers make the right investment decision. Because we are 100% independent, customers can always trust that we act with integrity and guarantee all advice given, systems procured and assessment conducted, are independent and based on rigour analyses.

We offer broad renewable consulting capability including tender management, feasibility study, owner's engineer, economic modelling, technical due diligence, quality audit, testing and commissioning, project management and technical training. Our application expertise is also expansive, covering solar, energy story, demand side management, micro grids, rural electrication, hybrid systems and high voltage applications.

OUR TEAM

Our team of engineering consultants and executives have deep industry knowledge, technical expertise and over a decade of experience in helping businesses design, project manage, evaluate and assess renewable energy assets.
Avinesh Naidu

Avinesh Naidu

Founder & Director

Avinesh Naidu is one of Australia's most technically-sound engineer with almost 20 years of experience within the global renewable energy landscape. He has deep technical knowledge in the array of products and technologies available in the market and extensive experience in the whole project cycle - from complex electrical designs, to feasibility study, to the delivery of renewable energy projects.
Camie Perez

Camie Perez

Marketing Director

Camie has developed a well-built style on creative strategy and reciprocity, which propelled her to successfully deliver results and close deals. Her exposure in business acquisition and customer management allowed her to thrive in varied terrains all over the globe, understanding consumer behaviour and foreign retail.
Alessandra Felix

Alessandra Felix

Renewable Energy Engineer

Alessandra has a strong technical and organizational background, having built her own cafe specialty store to becoming immersed in the world of renewable energy as an engineer. She is proactive and highly interested in developing designs. Alessandra finished her degree in Renewable Energy Engineering at UNSW in Sydney.

Recent Blogs

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POSTED ON 25/07/2017

eArche solar panels performed at 87% performance ratio last September

eArche is a new and innovative solar panel launched into the global market by Dr Zhengrong Shi. It has passed international and local standards same as conventional panels. How good is this panel, Let’s compare……. A 72 cell conventional 325W solar panel, it is made up of silicon cells, tempered glass, anodised aluminium frames and weights no less than 22Kg

BY Kean Energy

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POSTED ON 13/09/2018

eArche solar panel opens up new markets and broader applications for solar installers

eArche is a new and innovative solar panel now available to the Australian market.Conventional solar panels use silicon cells with a glass and aluminium encapsulation. eArche panels uses the same silicon cells, but without glass and aluminium. .Why will eArche panels suit your application.

BY Kean Energy

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POSTED ON 13/09/2018

How expensive is a cheap solar inverter

4 years ago, a Mr Jones, decided to get solar panels installed on his roof hence contacted a few solar companies for quotations. The prices of the 3kW system ranged from $2,500 to $4,000. Now Mr Jones is a confused man with the different pricing and all companies claiming to have the best quality product.

BY Kean Energy