Stephen Saladine BE(hons), FISEAM, HAIIUS
Stephen Saladine is a professional engineer with 40 years’ experience in the Australian electricity, heavy engineering and contracting industries.
He has over 25 years’ experience as a senior executive including the role of Managing Director of Australia’s largest merchant electricity generation company.
Stephen was responsible for leading transformational change in the approach to managing large power generating plants that delivered unprecedented levels of technical and financial performance from aging plant. He lead innovative approaches to
He lead innovative approaches to long-standing people, strategic and technical management problems that made old plant competitive with more modern and efficient competitors, and pioneered new approaches to the management of the
that made old plant competitive with more modern and efficient competitors, and pioneered new approaches to the management of the latest technology gas fired plant that are world leading.
Stephen has had long standing relationships with Universities and technology firms on the design of innovative approaches to utilise developing technology to better manage capital intensive assets, including the design and
development of new technology based products that have been successfully commercialised.
Stephen is the non-executive Chair of the Asset Institute and was awarded the International Society for Engineering Asset Management (ISEAM) 2014 Award for Outstanding Achievement (the only Australian and only Non-Academic to receive this international award). Stephen is also a Fellow of the International Society
(the only Australian and only Non-Academic to receive this international award). Stephen is also a Fellow of the International Society
Stephen is also a Fellow of the International Society for Engineering Asset Management and an Honorary Advisor to the International Institute of Utility Specialists.
Stephen’s current focus is improving business understanding of how to extract the best return from its capital intensive assets while ensuring safe and environmentally sound operations are not compromised.
Stephen recently has been advising leading electricity infrastructure companies and major infrastructure contracting firms.