The School extends congratulations to one of our high-achieving alumni, Saul Griffith who has been interviewed by GTM (GreenTech Media). The interview talks about the many companies that Saul has helped build and how he’s taken on a new mission to convince people that we have most of what we need right now to decarbonize large swaths of the economy. “The reality is I think it's still possible to completely decarbonize by 2030 and save everyone money. And we've just got to start thinking about it correctly,” says Saul in this interview. The full interview is available in the below link.
Saul graduated in 1997 with a B.MET.E (Metallurgical Engineering) in Physical Metallurgy. He graduated Honours I. Our school was in the Faculty of Applied Science in 1996-1997. He is a Founder and Chief Scientist at Otherlab, an independent R&D lab that helps government agencies and Fortune 500 companies understand energy infrastructure and build transformational technologies that working on the ability of being 100% decarbonization. The recent post on the path to decarbonize Australia can be found below;
He is also a co-founder of numerous companies, including Otherlabs, Sunfolding, Other Machine Company, Optiopia, Squid Labs, Potenco, Instructables.com, Howtoons, Canvas robotics, Roam Robotics, Treau and Makani Power. He is specialise in the low cost eyeglasses and an energy conservative areas. He has recently received the Tällberg/Eliasson Global Leadership Prize in 2019.
Congratulation to Saul for his successful in innovative projects including sustainability project on the 100% decarbonisation and thank you to our staff who contribute to his success by providing an excellence educational and student experience.