Petawatt Began in the early 2000’s, when our founder, Colin Salmond, desperate to see change, applied himself to resolving the ongoing energy requirements of society. He, along with a handful of close friends and colleagues worked on a method to create clean, renewable, and sustainable energy available for any size of application. This, along with a few more years of R&D resulted in Petawatt’s Sun, Water, and Wind Energy System™.
Now, several years later, Petawatt is an operational facility in Beerwah, Queensland, with a working prototype and a testing facility. We employ a small team of hardworking and resourceful people to manage our office and administrative duties, and contract and employ a range of engineers and experts who have helped us develop our system, and continue to maintain and improve excellent work on the technical side of operations. Work is already currently underway to increase our production capabilities, and implement our Sun, Water and Wind Energy System™ at multiple facilities. We hope to achieve and finalise these efforts within the next few years. For more information on our activities, or if you’re interested in keeping up to date, check out our facebook or twitter, or contact us directly. In the long term, we shall achieve a competitive position in the energy production and supply industry, persisting in our efforts to be environmentally conscious and ethical in all that we do.
|Employees (est.) (Jan 2017)||25|
Petawatt has 7 Twitter Followers. The number of followers has increased 2.1% quarter over quarter
When was Petawatt founded?
Petawatt was founded in 2002.
How many employees does Petawatt have?
Petawatt has 25 employees.
Who are Petawatt competitors?
Competitors of Petawatt include Green Moves Australia, Thermaflex and Sistema Biobolsa.
Where are Petawatt offices?
Petawatt has an office in Beerwah.
How many offices does Petawatt have?
Petawatt has 1 office.
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