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SMART Talks: Managing Energy Transition: How to Think About Reliability and Cost
Feb 14, 2022 04:46 PM

SMART Talks: Managing Energy Transition: How to Think About Reliability and Cost

Session Introduction: Global energy expert Xizhou Zhou will talk about the way technology revolutions in energy are influencing geopolitics, security, climate, and health.

Xizhou Zhou is a vice president at IHS Markit and leads the company’s power and renewables practice globally. Zhou has expertise in power and renewable market fundamentals analysis and forecasting, power market design and policy analysis, renewable energy business models, and company strategies.

Before his ten-year tenure in Beijing, Zhou began his career at IHS Markit through one of its predecessor companies, Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA), as part of its Emerging Markets and Global Power groups in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Before that, he worked as a consultant on regulatory economics for Industrial Economics, Inc. in Boston and as a research analyst at the World Resources Institute in Washington, DC.

Zhou holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Environmental Management, both from Yale University. He has also served on the Board of Trustees of the Yale-China Association and is currently an editorial board member of China Petroleum Society’s official journal,?Guoji Shiyou Jingji?(International Petroleum Economics). He is currently based in Washington, DC.

About SMART Talks on Climate Change

From devastating natural disasters to a global pandemic, the effects of climate change continue to be more pressing, extreme, and far-reaching than ever before. Through offering them the opportunity to converse with top scholars and key policy-makers in the field, our program aims to endow leaders of the next generation with useful insights to tackle the problem.

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