Level 1: Life cycle assessment of different solar cells, modules, recycling processes
Level 2: Recycling of solar modules
Level 3: Remote renewable energy systems that can benefit the lives of people in remote islands of the Pacific Ocean
I got into engineering to combine my desires for improving the world and natural environment with solving technical problems.
Participate and support driving photovoltaics prices even lower than now, leading to realisation of expectations to wipe out fossil fuel and nuclear electricity.
Help the remote communities in remote Pacific islands to access sustainable and affordable energy services.
A few people choose to not understand that solar photovoltaic generated is remarkably cheap, ready and able to replace the fossil fuel economy that has supported our past and will destroy our future if we allow it to persist.
This is an exciting opportunity to marry a desire to work with technology and a desire to improve the environmental and social conditions for billions of people.
SOLA1070 Sustainable Energy
SOLA4951, 4952, 4953
SOLA9451, 9452, 9453
Renewable Energy (solar, hydro, geothermal) in the islands of the South Pacific Ocean
Life cycle assessment for photovoltaic cells, modules and recycling processes
Solar module recycling technology
PV Technical Committee Member, IEEE Electron Devices Society
Editor, IEEE Journal of Photovoltaics
Editorial Board Member, IoP Progress in Energy
Advisory Committee, National Centre for Photovoltaic Research and Education, IIT Bombay
IAG Eureka Prize for Innovative Solutions to Climate Change, 2008
Australia US Institute for Advanced Photovoltaics/ Australian Institute for Advanced Photovoltaics (and extensions)
2008 IAG Eureka Prize for Innovative Solutions to Climate Change (on behalf of School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering)