Greg Schumann

Director Transport and Green Mobility, ENGIE 

 

 

 

 

Greg has over 25 years’ experience in business development, management and as a Chartered Professional Engineer working in Australia, South East Asia, Middle East, and the UK.   His diverse experience covers business sectors of infrastructure, oil & gas, mining, and precinct development.  He holds an Engineering Degree from Melbourne University and an MBA from RMIT.

As the Director of Transport & Green Mobility for ENGIE ANZ, he has developed a strategy for EV charging networks, is leading the development on a number of hydrogen refuelling facilities, and has been involved in the pursuit of a number of successful energy precinct opportunities. Greg is on the Infrastructure Committee for the Australian Hydrogen Council, and chair of the subcommittee focused on supporting FCEV introduction and the establishment of a domestic refuelling network.  Previously in transport, he was the Commissioning Manager for the Victorian Government on Southern Cross Station Redevelopment and civil engineering manager on Kuala Lumpur Central Station.

Greg lives in Noosa with his wife and three sons and is a patrolling member with Noosa Surf Lifesaving Club.  He is also Deputy Chair of the Noosa Biosphere Reserve Foundation; as Noosa Shire is a UNESCO Accredited Biosphere - People & Environment living sustainably.

 

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