Recovered Energy Directors
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Recovered Energy Directors
Ian has an extensive commercial background, with over 20 years; experience working with major banking, finance and corporate entities assessing and managing commercial and financial risk.
In the mid 90’s Ian was engaged by the State Government of Victoria to help lead the transition of a State Authority into a self-regulating State Owned Entity. Ian subsequently moved on to partner in a successful property development and construction company.
As part of Ian’s diversified interests, he also facilitated a number of innovative agricultural and regionally focussed opportunities. These projects were well regarded by the Victorian State Government which again sought to secure Ian’s commercial expertise and counsel. For
almost eight years Ian acted as a conduit between industry and the State Government providing commercial perspective and policy guidance to encourage new and novel investment opportunities particularly in the area of waste to energy, bioenergy and biofuels. Ian still loves to crawl around a tennis court, make undignified attempts at watersports and watch the football with his children and his extremely patient wife.
Stephen completed a Fine art degree and graduated in 1984, majoring in Ceramics. He worked as a commercial and domestic builder until 1999 when he established a successful business under the name Stephen Buckle and Associates Pty Ltd, which still exists today. For seven years he owned, developed and managed a 72-bed aged care facility in Kew called Highgrove.
Stephen was the founding director of Wind Power Pty Ltd, a wind farm development company responsible for six turbines in Wonthaggi, 52 turbines in Bald Hills, 129 turbines in Waubra as well as Stockyard Hills windfarms. These were some of the earliest and biggest windfarms in Victoria. After ten years of building this highly successful business, Stephen sold Wind Power to Origin Energy and the company, along with its ten employees, moved to Origin and became Origin’s renewable energy department.
Stephen is an experienced pilot and held the sole distribution agreement for USA-based aircraft company Cub Crafters, selling aircraft for over six years. He still flies for pleasure, currently taking to the skies in a single-seater gyrocopter.
Craig has over 20 years’ international expertise in the energy industry, including both private and government senior business development roles. Craig also worked within the Business and Industry Department for the Victorian government for 10 years assisting companies to invest, grow and employ more people. His focus was in the energy industry spanning coal, gas, renewables and biofuels.
Craig also represents one of the top global wind turbine manufacturers for sales and marketing in Australia and New Zealand.
Craig is originally from New Zealand with a passion for Rugby Union and involvement with the game at Club level in Melbourne with Power House Rugby Union Club. His contribution to the game includes planning for the development of a new rugby pavilion at Albert Park in Bayside Melbourne.
He is also a committee member on the Hobsons Bay Community Fund which is a philanthropic organisation providing grants for groups specifically within Hobsons Bay.