China kicked off renewable mega base development for its climate ambition
Energy & Natural Resources Research & Analysis China kicked off renewable mega base development for its climate ambition 10 November 2021 Chengyao...
Chengyao Peng, director for Greater China power & renewables research and anlysis at IHS Markit and a member of the thought leadership group in global power and renewables, with a focus on Asia Pacific and China in particular. Ms. Peng has deep domain knowledge in electric power, clean energy, and especially renewable energy industry, specializing in market fundamentals analysis and forecasting, market design and policy analysis, business models, company strategies, and technology trends. Ms. Peng has over 15 years of experience in leading strategy, marketing, product management and commercialization in multinational organizations, state owned enterprises, and government agencies.
Prior to joining IHS Markit, Ms. Peng spent 10 years at GE, both in the US and China, and took on various strategy, marketing, and commercial roles across energy, gas-fired power, distributed power, and renewable energy businesses. She most recently served as strategy director in GE Renewable Energy where she oversaw both commercial and product strategies for onshore wind in APAC. Earlier, she was an assistant general manager for eco technologies planning and investment at Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-city Investment and Development Co.. Prior to that, she worked as a program manager at Singapore's Public Utilities Board. Ms. Peng holds a bachelor's degree in environmental engineering from Tongji University, China, a master's degree in environmental science from Stanford University, California, and a Ph.D in civil engineering from Beijing University of Technology, China. She is based in Beijing.