Eden Full Goh
Eden Full Goh is a software/mechanical engineer interested in building products to solve society’s biggest problems. She is the inventor of the SunSaluter, a low-cost mechanism that optimises solar panels while providing clean water for rural, off-grid communities in 19 countries. The SunSaluter has been honoured by the MIT Climate CoLab’s grand prize, the Westly Prize, Mashable-UN Foundation Startups for Social Good Challenge and the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge.
Named one of the Forbes 30 Under 30 in Energy and Industry three years in a row, one of the US Chamber of Commerce’s IP Champions and Ashoka’s Youth Social Entrepreneur of the Year, Eden was also a member of the Thiel Fellowship’s inaugural class.
Eden studied mechanical engineering, computer science, and robotics and intelligent systems at Princeton University. Proudly Chinese-Canadian, she was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta, but now lives in New York City.