Manager, Global Climate Change
Areas of expertise:
Emissions trading, carbon markets, China’s power sector
Hao Wang is currently facilitating the Chinese power sector’s transition to low carbon and clean development. She works closely with power sector associations and major power groups to prepare them for participating in the national carbon trading market. She also conducts policy recommendation studies on renewable energy development in China, such as the role demand-side management could play given current economic and power sector developments, in helping the power sector in China achieve clean transformation.
Hao received her master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2003 and joined EDF's Beijing office in October 2004.
- Study on the Low-Carbon Development Indicator System for China’s Power Sector. China Environment Press. May 2020.
- US experience using CEMS to monitor coal-fired power plants’ CO2 emissions. Volume 28-29, Power Sector for Decision Making and Information Reference. August 2019.
- Study on Environmental Policies in the US, Chapter 13: “US Carbon Trading Practices and Inspiration for China”. Social Sciences Academic Press (China). May 2019.
- New Energy Power Development and Outlook. China Electric Power Press. February 2018.
- Environmental protection roadmap for coal-fired power plants in the US, with Jianyu Zhang. Volume 34, Electric Power Technology and Environmental Protection. February 2018.