The past year has been an exciting time for corporate renewable energy procurement in China. The Chinese National Energy Administration (NEA) released three drafts of a new Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) policy for comment and intends to implement this policy on January 1, 2019. Concurrently, an increasing number of companies…
Tian is an associate in RMI’s power team in China. Tian works on BRC China, helping corporate buyers procure renewable energy in China and conducting research on the relevant policy framework and power market reforms.
Prior to joining RMI, Tian was a consultant during graduate school at EnerNOC (a Boston-based global demand-response company) where he helped support a comprehensive strategy to assess its China opportunities. In 2016, Tian served as an EDF Climate Corps fellow and helped IKEA China design a phase-out of coal in its supply chains.
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Master’s, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University
BA, Wesleyan University
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