Han Wei is the Program Officer for Industry Program at Energy Foundation China. Her major responsibilities are strategy development and grants management on energy efficiency for Industry Program, and she serves as a liaison with major donors, and identifies opportunities for cross-sector program collaboration and seeks partnerships across the network. She received a Master Degree in Project Engineering from Beihang University. She has 15 years of working experience in the energy efficiency field in China and has been engaged in many policies, as well as program development and implementation to improve energy efficiency, such as the EnMS programs, national EE standard and labeling program, Top-10,000 Enterprise Energy Efficiency program, EE Top-runner Program, supply chain initiatives, etc. She had managed and been engaged in several multilateral and bilateral EE collaboration projects with GEF, UNDP, European SWITCH ASIA and UK, etc.
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