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Co-Founder & CEO

Greg Fendis, the Corporate Co-Founder and CEO of EES, is a senior business executive specialising in the global development of businesses and thrives working in dynamic organisations.

His extensive experience within the Information Technology, Internet Networks and the Telecommunications Industries spans over 35 years with responsibilities ranging from General Management, Sales, Marketing, Business Development, Strategic Planning, Engineering, Customer Services, Product Management and Manufacturing.

His thorough understanding of Telecommunications Networks, Data Systems, Smart Card Technologies, Software Integration, Medical Electronics, Digital Imaging, Biometrics and the Internet has placed him at the forefront of business solutions.

Greg is actively involved in the development, introduction and application of technology into Australia and overseas countries. His professional mission is to bridge the gap between leading edge technology and innovative business ideas. Environmental Energy Services (EES) was created as a visionary and revolutionary entity to commercialise new products that will disrupt the energy services requirements for combined hybrid conditioning with heating and cooling, and domestic hot and cold water. These new cost effective and efficient natural energy based products will be incorporated into low cost, affordable modular housing.

Linkedin - Greg Fendis


Co-Founder & Director

Dr Mehdi Amirkhani has significant experience teaching environmental technology. These include units centred around lighting, energy estimation, thermal comfort, acoustics (speech privacy and speech intelligibility) and computational simulation programs. In particular, Mehdi's expertise includes strategies for applying environmental technologies in sustainable design and building retrofitting that facilitate occupants' health and well-being.

Mehdi is an active researcher in building environmental technologies, building systems and services, building retrofitting, sustainable design, net-zero energy buildings and indoor environmental quality. His PhD thesis established an innovative approach to lighting design in office buildings that optimised the visual comfort (electric and daylight) and energy consumption performance of commercial façades.

Mehdi has more than twelve years of practical experience as an Architect in Australia and overseas. He is also an Editor and Reviewer of several scientific journals and international conferences, is an Associate Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy (AFHEA), Secretary of the Zero Energy Mass Custom Home (ZEMCH) Network and a member of the Architectural Science Association (ASA).

Smart Villages Lab
Research for a Better Building Environment
Lighting Design Strategy