Ms. Jialing Hong has been working at Energy Foundation China since 2008, as Senior Program Associate for Industry and Appliance Energy Efficiency. She is now focusing on the policy and implementation of Industrial Energy Efficiency. She holds a M.S. In Manufacturing Engineering from Boston University, U.S, developed innovative material for hydrogen separation; And M.E. and B. E. in Material Science and Engineering from University of Science and Technology Beijing, China.
Founded in 1988, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's China Energy Group works collaboratively with researchers in China and around the world to understand the dynamics of China's energy system. Our research focuses on the analysis of energy and related emissions trends, technologies, and policies on China's cities, buildings, appliances, industry, transportation, and power sectors to produce scientific data and analyses that informs researchers and policymakers in the U.S., China, and globally.
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