Farhan Mohammed

Farhan is a graduate sustainability engineer from RMIT University and has a genuine interest in renewables and Sustainability. A passion for learning and developing new skills. He has a background in mechanical engineering and a solid understanding of HVAC systems, utility and building management systems. As part of his university placement, he conducted a type 2 energy audit and proposed energy-efficient initiatives to the Department of Justice and Community Safety. In addition, he created a sophisticated Excel toolkit to analyse and forecast the user’s energy demand, current and expected GHG emissions, and estimated solar PV savings potential based on simple input data.

His degree in sustainable energy enables him to develop a range of solutions to existing environmental issues such as climate change and carbon management. Farhan has worked as a clean energy research analyst for Beyond Zero Emissions. He was involved in analysing and evaluating resources to create long-term strategic reports and toolkits for energy and pollution reduction in local governments, councils, and organisations such as the renewable energy industrial prescient (REIP), EV uptake in Australia. Farhan devotes his time to a variety of hobbies, including cooking, cycling, and badminton.