Welcome to pitt&sherry, a leading Australian multi-specialist infrastructure consultancy servicing the transport, industrial, mining, energy, food & beverage, and community sectors.
20 August 2015
pitt&sherry’s long-serving Managing Director, John Pitt, will retire in September.
07 August 2015
The latest Carbon Emissions Index (Cedex®) Update by pitt&sherry has revealed that in the year to July 2015, demand again increased, though modestly, while the coal share of emissions increased sharply to 76.3% (black coal 51.9%, brown coal 24.4%). Consequently emissions also increased sharply, by about 0.4%.
04 August 2015
Effectively implementing energy efficiency initiatives for smaller organisations often presents different challenges than for larger energy users. pitt&sherry Principal Consultant Dr Steve Edwards shares his experiences on how smaller companies and local governments can leave a lasting energy efficiency legacy.
07 July 2015
The latest carbon emissions index (Cedex®) Update by pitt&sherry has revealed that the carbon price had very little direct effect on demand for electricity, but a very big effect on emissions from the generators supplying demand. However, removal of the carbon price may be one factor supporting a return to increasing demand, for the first time in five years.
02 July 2015
Engineering consultancy pitt&sherry has used its expertise in undertaking projects in remote locations to help extend the life of the Imperieuse Reef Lighthouse in Western Australia by at least 50 years.