Auckland 2015

14-15 Oct, Wed–Thu 9pm–4am, ASB Showgrounds

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Kieran McLean

Kieran McLean

Kieran McLean is the Business Development Manager for the Demand Flow Chiller Plant Optimisation in Australia and New Zealand.

Working in the Building Technologies division at Siemens, Kieran has experience in building automation and energy performance contracting, across sales, marketing and operational delivery.

Kieran joined Siemens as a control systems engineer, and quickly built proficiency for applying control theory to improve mechanical system efficiency. Following this, Kieran became lead energy engineer for a number of high profile energy performance contracts across Australia. The energy performance contracts incorporate efficient lighting, water conservation, mechanical system upgrades, control system upgrades, tri/cogeneration and Demand Flow Chiller Plant Optimisations.

Demand Flow has been installed in over 200 facilities globally including in the United States, United Arab Emirates, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Australia across facilities ranging from Data Centres to Hospitals to Commercial buildings.

Kieran has a Degree in Mechatronic Engineering and is accredited from the Association of Energy Engineers as a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) and Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP).

See Kieran McLean live in Auckland 2015

Thursday 15 October
Robina Hospital chiller plant optimisation
11am-11:30am Seminar Series

Robina Hospital, on the Gold Coast, is the first facility in Australia to implement the patented chiller plant optimisation, Demand Flow. Kieran McLean will provide a detailed case study of the huge energy savings the facility has made through the implementation, including a reduction in water consumption through the consolidation of cooling tower infrastructure, improved dehumidification control in critical hospital areas and a reduction in operating and maintenance costs due to the consolidation of three chilled water plants to one.