Cameron Edwards has over 20 years of experience across infrastructure investment, consulting, financial advisory, investment banking, operational and executive management roles domestically and globally; with a particular focus on renewable energy, infrastructure development, project financing, risk & credit, water, transport, fuel terminals and ports.
Mr Edwards has worked on various infrastructure projects in Western Australia including ports, rail, water, terminal storage, industrial parks, commercial land development, capital raising, oil and gas rejuvenation projects, and infrastructure advice for international companies. Most of the infrastructure projects have had significant interaction between the Federal, State, Local Government and the private sector.
Mr Edwards is the founder of Decarbonology, Bardan Cells, and economic infrastructure advisory Infranomics. Prior to that, he was with PwC's infrastructure practice; 4 years as managing director of Westralia Infrastructure; managing director of the Mercuria Energy Group (Geneva); managing director of a profitable fuel refinery and liquids terminal in Northern Germany; chief operating officer of a Swiss technology company; director UBS Private Equity in Zurich; and a renewable energy developer, turnaround specialist and private equity advisor in London.