Energy transition innovator

Professor Kenneth Baldwin FTSE


Professor Kenneth Baldwin FTSE

Professor Ken Baldwin is a leader in the global energy transition. He has created significant initiatives to address energy change in response to climate change, bringing together industry, government, and academia.

Ken’s main work is in facilitating Australia’s transformation into an Asia-Pacific renewable energy powerhouse by researching trade in zero-carbon exports.

He has also made eminent contributions to fundamental laser and atomic physics, including techniques for making better microchips, understanding energy balance and ozone formation in the earth’s atmosphere, and harnessing the quantum nature of atoms.

In 2004, Ken won the Australian Government Eureka Prize for initiating Science meets Parliament, an annual event connecting Federal Parliamentarians with STEM leaders.

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ATSE Division

Role and organisation (at time of election)
Director, ANU Grand Challenge: Zero-Carbon
Energy for the Asia-Pacific (ACT)

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Professor Kenneth Baldwin FTSE was elected a Fellow of the Academy in 2021.

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