Transfield specialises in the development and management of businesses that are focused on industrial services, infrastructure and renewable energy. Our current portfolio includes the listed company Transfield Services, Campus Living Villages, Novatec Solar, Perisher and Sydney Harbour Tunnel.
Minister for Tourism, Major Events and the Arts, George Souris, today announced that Steven Lowy AM will retire from his position as the President of the Art Gallery of NSW at the end of this year. Mr Lowy’s retirement comes after eight years as a Trustee of the Gallery and seven as President. Guido Belgiorno-Nettis AM, a Trustee since 2007, will succeed him as President.
Transfield Holdings is pleased to announce the appointment of Nicholas James as Chief Executive Officer, effective immediately.
Transfield takes an active interest in the community because it understands the positive impact its business can have on personal well-being and society. The company continues its history of supporting community organisations in two different ways: through philanthropic grants by the Transfield Foundation and direct sponsorships.
Transfield Services today has secured A$240 million in contracts across its Australian and New Zealand operations. These include: a one-year A$75 million extension with the Western Australian Department of Housing to continue to manage the repai...
Transfield’s executive team includes professionals with extensive experience in the analysis and management of investments in the services, property and infrastructure sectors. The Transfield Holdings Advisory Board provides objective and independent advice to executive management. The board is chaired by David Gonski AC and supported by other non-executive advisors Michael Carapiet and Glenn Fraser.
Novatec Solar has started construction of a direct molten salt (DMS) demonstrator at its demonstration plant PE 1 in Spain. For the first time in Europe, the use of molten salt as heat transfer fluid in a linear Fresnel collector will be tested. Novatec Solar will integrate a molten salt loop in its existing solar thermal plant PE1. The construction and operation of the DMS-Fresnel demonstrator will allow gaining significant experiences and will be the basis for further commercialisation of this technology.
In August 2012, the 30 MW solar thermal power plant Puerto Errado 2 has started commercial operation. The plant, which was turnkey delivered by the German technology provider Novatec Solar, performs excellent and even exceeds the expectations of the investors.
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