Gavin Mooney


Gavin Mooney

About Gavin Mooney

Gavin Mooney is a utilities industry solution specialist for SAP. From a background in Engineering and IT, Gavin has been working in the utilities industry with SAP products for nearly 15 years.

He has had the privilege of working with a number of Electricity, Gas and Water Utilities across the globe to implement SAP’s Industry Solution for Utilities. He now works with utilities to help them identify the best way to run simple and run better with SAP’s latest products.

Gavin loves to network and build lasting business relationships and is passionate about cleantech and the fundamental transformation currently shaking up the utilities industry.

How We Can Fix Australia’s High Energy Prices

13-Dec-2017 | Gavin Mooney

This is the third post in a series looking at the hot topic of Australian power prices. In this post, we'll look at what can be done about the high power prices in Australia. In Part 2 we found t

Why Australians Pay The Highest Power Prices In The World

6-Dec-2017 | Gavin Mooney

This is the second in a series of three posts looking at the hot topic of Australian power prices: Do Australians really pay the highest power prices in the world? An explanation for the high

Do Australians Really Pay The Highest Power Prices In The World?

20-Nov-2017 | Gavin Mooney

The price of electricity is a hot topic in Australia right now, sparking acrimonious debate over who is to blame, not only in the murky world of Australian politics but also in online discussion group

How Utilities Can Bring About Smarter Cities

21-Feb-2017 | Gavin Mooney

Smart cities promise to improve our lives, whether through better health monitoring, smarter buildings, improved outdoor spaces, or reduced traffic congestion. This is important because the 21st ce

Facing The Arctic Challenge At The World’s Most Northerly Wind Farm

22-Nov-2016 | Gavin Mooney

Situated on a remote island at the far tip of Norway, Havøygavlen is the world's most northerly wind farm. Deep in the Arctic Circle, the weather here is both unpredictable and extreme. Temperatur

Why Your Current Car May Be The Last One You Drive Or Own

7-Sep-2016 | Gavin Mooney

Melbourne was recently yet again voted the world's most livable city by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Apart from giving Melburnians the satisfaction of beating Sydney – again – the news was m