Martin Green

Martin Green

Scientia Professor Martin Green is the first Australian to win the prestigious Millennium Technology Prize for transforming the production of solar energy.

Professor Renate Egan, Dr. Edwin Schlossberg - Ambassador Kennedy’s spouse, Scientia Professor Martin Green, Ambassador Caroline Kennedy, Professor Alistair Sproul, UNSW Sydney Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Attila Brungs.

The US Ambassador to Australia met with UNSW leaders, researchers and students as well as attending a friend’s graduation ceremony during her visit to campus.

Minister Chris Bowen accompanied the Indian delegation as they explored the latest developments in solar energy research. 

Professor Renate Egan shows Minister Chris Bowen and Matt Thistlethwaite equipment in the Solar Industrial Research Facility at UNSW.

With solar a big part of our energy future, researchers driving Australia’s international lead in solar technology welcome funding.

Thorsten Trupke

Professor Thorsten Trupke has been named the 2021 recipient of the prestigious William Cherry Award.

Martin Green Japan Prize

UNSW Sydney solar expert Martin Green has been honoured with the Japan Prize for transforming the photovoltaics industry.

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World-leading solar research will address cost-effectiveness and sustainable end-of-life management.

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The Times Higher Education Research Excellence Summit: Asia Pacific at UNSW Sydney challenged university leaders and researchers to better showcase how they are tackling the world’s major challenges.

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UNSW Sydney Professor Martin Green has become the first Australian to receive the prestigious Global Energy Prize. 

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UNSW Sydney congratulates solar energy pioneer Scientia Professor Martin Green, who has become the first Australian to win a prestigious Global Energy Prize worth more than $820,000.

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