Alice is a Building Efficiency Intern at WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities. She works on country addendums on accelerating building efficiency in select countries, and supports Building Efficiency team on other research projects.
Before joining WRI, Alice had worked for almost 4 years as a government affairs manager in a Danish firm named ROCKWOOL in China. She developed government relationship strategy and action plans, conducted policy research related to building energy efficiency, and coordinated press releases to promote fire safe building insulation technology in China. Prior to ROCKWOOL, she worked for about 2 years as a commercial officer at Energy and Environment section at Danish Embassy in Beijing. Furthermore, she had also spent 5 years working respectively at ThyssenKrupp (China) Ltd. and National Light Testing Centre in government relations and marketing functions.
Alice is currently a full-time MBA student at The George Washington University. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Russian from Anhui University, China.
Alice lives in Bethesda, Maryland together with her husband, Jiayang and daughter, Mofei.
Cities and countries around the world are adopting building energy codes as tools to reduce energy consumption. Mexico City recently joined this wave, when, in June, the city updated its building regulations to include energy efficiency for the first time. ...