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About me

Alicia Webb is a wind engineer with several years experience working in the Australian wind industry. She started her career working for Vestas on the construction of a 30MW Victorian wind farm, and most recently spent three years as a consultant at Parsons Brinckerhoff. During that time Alicia specialised in early feasibility studies, wind monitoring and the design and installation of monitoring masts. She also did energy resource analyses, shadow flicker analyses and various other technical reporting for wind farms.

Alicia has written a research report for Sustainability Victoria and the Alternative Technology Association called ‘The Viability of Domestic Wind Turbines in Urban Melbourne’, and continues to write for the ATA’s magazine, ReNew. She has also volunteered at the British Wind Energy Association, and a local community radio station.

Areas of expertise

  • Pre-feasibility studies
  • Wind monitoring
  • Wind monitoring mast design and installation supervision
  • Energy assessments
  • Shadow flicker assessments

Contact details

Company:

Clean Energy Council

Website:

www.cleanenergycouncil.com.au

Email:

awebb@cleanenergycouncil.org.au

Mobile:

0407 425 766