Our Team

Vast’s expert team is passionate about making an impact in the sustainable energy industry. Our colleagues have international experience in engineering and technology commercialisation, project development and construction, structured finance, business development, management, and communications. Our combined experience enables us to share our world-leading technology to push forward the energy transition with the help of concentrated solar thermal power.

Our Partners

Vast is proud to collaborate with partners who have been crucial in the development of our world-leading CSP technology.

ARENA is an Australian federal government agency supporting the global transition to net zero emissions by accelerating the pace of pre-commercial innovation.

ASTRI is a consortium of leading Australian research institutions coordinating the development and demonstration of solar thermal technologies.

CSIRO supports concentrated solar thermal research, partnering with technology developers to make electricity from CST cost-competitive.

Fichtner Australia is a trusted partner across engineering, infrastructure and consulting projects, with a strong focus on renewable energy.

Mars, Incorporated is committed to incorporating CSP technologies into its manufacturing practices to reduce environmental impact.

Operating in 15 countries, Nabors Industries is a leading provider of advanced technology for the energy industry.

The US National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) specialises in the research and development of renewable energy technologies.

The US Department of Energy Solar Energy Technologies Office (SETO) supports projects that work to improve CSP technology solutions.

The German government has committed €13.2million to the Solar Methanol Consortium, of which Vast is the Australian Principal Energy Partner.

The University of New South Wales has extensive expertise in development of new solar thermal and thermal energy storage technologies.