Powering a smarter future



Roshan Gill, Grosvenor Engineering

Roshan Gill, M.AIRAH

Grosvenor Engineering Group

Roshan is an experienced professional with more than a decade in the building automation industry, including time spent with a proprietary BMS vendor company, as well as with multi-services providers. Over this time, he has developed a passion for using technology to affect the way HVAC maintenance is carried out. He has held general management positions, and has served as an innovation leader exploring and implementing IoT technology in buildings with a focus on saving energy, or increasing efficiency of maintenance activities.



Grace Foo, DeltaQ

Grace Foo, M.AIRAH


Grace has managed and delivered successful energy-efficiency projects for the past decade, where investment performance can be measured and proven. She is a key contributor to government policy work such as the 2019 National Construction Code Section J revision; expansion of the NABERS program to other sectors; effectiveness reviews of an HVAC rating tool and government grants program; and how commercial buildings can remain resilient in a changing climate.

A Carbon Neutral Accredited Assessor, Foo is also a CMVP, CEEL, and NABERS auditor, supervisor, trainer and Independent Design Review panel member. She is also a Principal Consultant at DeltaQ.


Iain Stewart, Exergenics

Iain Stewart, Affil.AIRAH


Iain is the Co-Founder and CEO of Exergenics, a company that uses its cloud-based machine learning physics engine to optimise chilled water plants with existing BMS data. Before Exergenics, he worked in energy performance contracting and decarbonisation pathways modelling. Iain's work with Exergenics has been recognised by AIRAH, who awarded him the Future Leader accolade in 2021, and Engineers Australia, who named him one of Australia's Most Innovative Engineers in 2020.


James Giannikos, Affil.AIRAH

James Giannikos, Affil.AIRAH


In his role as a Senior Engineer for Sustainability & Technical Services at ISPT, James assumed a leadership role, driving a range of critical programs that required meticulous assessment and presentation to senior leadership. Overseeing a diverse portfolio, he deftly managed external stakeholders, collaborated with property management companies, and coordinated the efforts of numerous contractors and teams. Throughout his career, James' dedication to sustainability, technical prowess, and innovative thinking have consistently set him apart. His ability to bridge communication pathways, influence outcomes, and drive tangible results has earned him recognition as a problem solver and strategic visionary.


Stephen White, CSIRO

Stephen White, L.AIRAH


Dr Stephen White leads the energy efficiency research at CSIRO. He has more than 25 years’ experience in energy efficiency and electricity industry demand-side management. He is an operating agent for the International Energy Agency’s Annex 81 “Data-Driven Smart Buildings”. He is a member of the ARBS Hall of Fame, and recipient of AIRAH’s 2022 James Harrison Medal.