Introducing Thomas Dufty

Mechanical Project Engineer

Joffrey Bourdareau \ May 12, 2019

Tom graduated from UNSW with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering.

Prior to joining Calix, he worked on a large variety of projects including biogas and renewable projects as well as environmental noise and air quality.

Tom joined the Calix engineering team in 2018 and has been involved in a variety of projects including in the design and implementation of the BATMn project. In his free time, Tom enjoys working on classic cars and motorbikes.

Thomas Dufty is an integral part of Calix’s BATMn project, which fuels technological developments in sustainable battery production.

 

 

INTRODUCING TOM IN VIDEO

 

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