Novolta Pty Ltd is the brain child of Managing Director Wolfgang Meike.
Its success is driven by a small but determined and experienced team of experts.
Wolfgang has extensive experience in scoping, developing and implementing complex sustainable energy solutions.
He is a member of the
The Institution of Engineers Australia (IEAust), the
National Professional Engineers Register, Section 3 (NPER-3),
the Association of Professional Engineers Scientists and Managers Australia (APESMA), the Australian and New Zealand Solar Energy Society (ANZSES), the
International Solar Energy Society (ISES), and the
Australian Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE).
Before incorporating Novolta Pty Ltd, Wolfgang has held a number of senior management position, eg as Director of the Northern Territory Centre for Energy Research at Charles Darwin University, as the Senior Research and Development Engineer at the Power Water Corporaton of the Northern Territory.
provided advice on, designed and implemented renewable energy power system solutions across northern Australia and parts of South-East Asia to Government Departments, the private sector as well as individuals.
Design, cost and technical project management of major PV installations at Bulman and Kings Canyon for PowerWater. Kings Canyon is the largest such installation of its kind in the southern hemisphere.
Some of the projects, Wolfgang has managed:
- Department of Mines & Energy (NT):
Scoping study of installed diesel generation capacity in the NT and development of a strategy for the implementation of RRPGP (Remote Renewable Power Generation Program) in the NT
Assist in the development and deployment of renewable energy throughout the organisation
Develop a strategy for the implementation of the 2% renewables target
- Optimise and upgrade Jilkminggan solar/battery/diesel hybrid power station
- Indigenous Housing Association of the NT (IHANT):
Develop recommendations and design of single house power systems, including demand management and education. Options for small community power supplies