Contributor Profile

Scott Partlin

Job TitleGlobal Product Manager, APAC

Company NameSMA Solar Technology AG


Scott is Photovoltaic Engineer, who graduated with the first class of PV Engineering students at UNSW in 2003. Since graduating he worked in thin film crystalline silicon on glass cell and module research in Australia with CSG Solar. This role saw Scott travel to Germany to assist CSG Solar as it set up full scale manufacturing facilities. Scott then joined Suntech Power where he worked in both Australia and China in a role managing projects to deliver business and efficiency improvements to Suntech’s PV cell and module production. During this time, Scott also completed a Masters in Technology Management studying part time at UNSW. After returning to Australia, Scott then worked as Senior Photovoltaic Engineer for Solahart, a national supplier of residential PV and Solar hot water systems and was responsible for the system design of all their PV systems sold nationally. In 2014, Scott joined the world’s largest and leading inverter manufacturer SMA Solar Technology. As a Global Product Manager for Australia and SE Asia, he has responsibility for ensuring SMA’s inverters products are fit for market and are adapting to meet changing customer and regulatory requirements.

Conference Sessions

  • Energy Storage 2: Economics and Market Projections for Energy Storage

    4 Oct 2016, 11:00 AM - 12:20 PM, Room 220

    Future Market Directions and a Comparison of Battery Storage Models This presentation focuses on the emerging energy technologies that will power the customer ...

    • Language: English

Opening Times
Wed 11 Oct Exhibition 9.00am – 5.00pm
Wed 11 Oct Networking Event 5.00pm - 6.30pm
Thur 12 Oct Exhibition 9.00am – 5.00pm

Registration opens 8.00am

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