Jingyi Hu is a senior engineer of China Electronics Standardization Institute (CESI) who has more than 10 years experience in standardization and conformity assessment of IT product. He is the executive vice director of Green Development Promotion Centre and the vice director of Certification Center. In March 2012 to April 2013, Jingyi Hu was worked in the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), participated in the China industry layout, investment management, and enhance the foundational technology of Chinese Industry. He also is responsible for the management of the "China's industrial space layout and regional harmonious development" research which conducted by Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering. In recent years, as project leader, he has conducted “The Research and Demonstration of Carbon Footprint Assessment Technology of Typical IT Product” support by Ministry of Science and Technology, “Green Development Public Service Platform of IT Industry” support by MIIT, and “Studies of Building the Low Carbon Certification System in China” support by National Development and Reform Commission. Jingyi Hu has a Master degree of Business Administration from Beijing Institute of Technology.
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