Dr. Ming Yin is Senior Advisor China Power at Agora Energiewende and is responsible for Agora’s work on the clean power transformation in China. He is also a member of the Renewable Power Grid Integration Special Committee of China Renewable Energy Society. Before joining Agora Energiewende, he served as the president of Beijing Xianjian Energy Consulting Company, covering key policy issues such as power sector reform, electricity pricing mechanism, and power market. Prior to that, Dr. Yin worked with State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) for 20 years in the fields of renewable power development, smart grid, and power market among others. He also worked with the National Energy Administration of China for two years with a focus on energy strategy and policy study. He has conducted dozens of projects covering power policy at both national and provincial levels, renewable energy development at both utility and distributed scale, power sector reform, and more. Dr. Yin obtained his PhD and bachelor’s degree on electric power system and automation from North China Electric Power University, Beijing.
Glücklich das Land, das viele Erneuerbare hat - denn es senkt den Strompreis. Der Sturm Hendrik II hat endlich die Börsenstrompreise mal wieder in Richtung 0-40 EUR/MWh bewegt. Je mehr EE, desto weniger abhängig von hohen Gaspreisen - deswegen höchste Prio für KoaV! pic.twitter.com/VQGkdllKVS