With extensive professional experience in a vast array of roles carrying critical responsibilities, Marlon Kobacker is a widely respected professional who has accomplished a great deal during his more than 13 years working in the clean energy and sustainable design industry. Mr. Kobacker, a director with Sustainable Future Group and a principal for Clean Energy Corporation Australia’s sustainability advisory team, has been a consistently innovative force within the sustainable design field and is frequently credited with ensuring businesses all over the world understand the range of benefits made possible through the implementation of sustainable design principles and clean energy resources.
The University of New South Wales graduate has also made contributions to the sustainable design field through his oft-published articles and books as well as through his speaking engagements at professional conferences held all over the world. Mr. Kobacker, who earned his master’s degree in sustainable design from UNSW after securing bachelor’s degrees in engineering, photovoltaics, solar energy and computing, frequently writes on subjects relating to sustainable design principles and recently devoted an entire book to delineating the available strategies for removing the capital cost barriers associated with the implementation of sustainable design principles and clean energy systems.
Deeply dedicated to pushing the sustainable design and renewable energy industry ever-forward, Mr. Kobacker has worked with incredible diligence to promote innovation while also encouraging any effort aimed at generating greater awareness for the many benefits associated with the implementation of sustainable design and the use of clean energy resources. Even with the multitude of professional responsibilities he has undertaken with Sustainable Future Group, EarthRights International and Clean Energy Corporation Australia, Mr. Kobacker continues to engage in any activity that might lead to a greater understanding of the value of sustainable design and the positive economic benefits made possible through the widespread implementation of green building principles.