Trevor St Baker AO

Trevor is the Chairman of the Advisory Committee. He is the founder of St Baker Energy Innovation Fund, and has over 60 years of experience in the energy industry, including 23 years in planning and leadership roles within NSW and Queensland Electricity Commissions, 12 years as Principal of ERM Consultants then founding ERM Power and ERM Business Energy. Trevor recently retired from his position as Non-Executive Director and Deputy Chair of ERM Power to concentrate on his roles as Chairman of Sunset Power International t/a Delta Electricity and as Director of StBEIF. Trevor plays an active role in the broader energy industry, including as Chairman of the National Generators Forum (3 years) and presently Director of Energy Policy Institute of Australia Limited as well-being either Director or Chairman of all StBEIF investee companies.


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Tamahra Kierath

Tamahra Kierath has been a lawyer for 15 years, working across private practice, government, and the resources industry. After holding legal and commercial roles across BHP, South32 and Fortescue Metals Group, in 2019 Tamahra saw the future need to decarbonise heavy industry and transitioned from mining to renewables by joining the Hydrogen team at Fortescue Future Industries, and currently as the Lead Project Enablement - Power Decarbonisation at BHP. Tamahra is passionate about the creation of a carbon-neutral alternative to fossil fuels that is economically viable to facilitate the global energy transition. Tamahra is a member of the Liberal Party and was chosen as one of the party’s Emergent Women in 2020. In addition to her work in hydrogen, Tamahra volunteers at Perth Children’s Hospital and is a Surf Lifesaver. Tamahra obtained her Bachelor of Law from the University of Queensland in 2005 and will complete her MBA from UWA in 2021. Tamahra is a former director of the C4C Executive Board.


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Dr Cameron Kelly

Cameron is the General Counsel at the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA). 
Before joining ARENA, Cameron was in-house counsel for a major renewable energy project developer/sponsor in the Middle East, where he advised on several hundred megawatts of project-financed utility-scale onshore wind, solar PV and battery storage projects across Jordan, Egypt, Turkey and Morocco. Cameron has a significant private practice experience in the major projects, construction, and power sectors, and completed his PhD in international comparative law with the Centre for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law at the University of Eastern Finland.


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Professor Bruce Mountain

Bruce is the Director of the Victoria Energy Policy Centre. He is a well-known Australian energy economist. He has been active in the provision of research and advice on issues up and down the electricity supply chain, for the last three decades. For the past 17 years, he has been focussed on issues that arise from decarbonising the electricity sector. His PhD was on the political economy of energy regulation in Australia and he has undergraduate and graduate degrees in electrical engineering and professional qualification in electrical engineering and accountancy.


Brad Holzberger

Brad Holzberger

Brad Holzberger served as the Chief Investment Officer (CIO) of QSuper from 2009, leading QSuper’s investment team with distinction.
During his tenure, he directly oversaw the strategic management of $80 billion in funds, ensuring the financial well-being of QSuper’s 570,000 members. Under Brad’s leadership, the investment team achieved remarkable growth and resilience, adapting to market changes and maximizing returns.
Brad is highly regarded in the industry for his deep expertise and strategic vision. His insights and counsel are frequently sought after in both industry and policy forums. He has become a trusted advisor not only to QSuper’s Investment Committee and Board but also to regulators and policymakers nationwide, all of whom rely on his wisdom to enhance the superannuation system for the benefit of all Australians.
From 2011 to 2017, Brad served as a director of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA). He also chaired ASFA’s Economics and Investment Policy Council, where he played a pivotal role in shaping investment policies and advocating for economic reforms.
Brad’s capabilities extend beyond investment management; he is known for his ability to navigate complex regulatory environments, his forward-thinking approach to economic policy, and his commitment to improving the financial landscape for all Australians.