In this report, we explore the main trends and policies that relate to industrial energy productivity in China and Saudi Arabia, focusing on energy efficiency, structural economic reform, industrial upgrading and energy pricing. Our objective is to increase shared understanding on these issues as both countries deepen their engagement as part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative and Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030.
Research Fellow Dongmei is a research fellow with more than 20 years of professional experience in China’s energy and climate change policy… Dongmei is a research fellow with more than 20 years of professional experience in China’s energy and climate change policy development. At KAPSARC, she carries out research on global oil trade, investment under the Belt and Road Initiative, industrial energy productivity in Saudi Arabia and China’s energy governance. She previously worked in a state-owned company, and in government and non-government agencies. As a senior advisor and head of IIP’s China office, she engaged with Chinese industrial stakeholders for best practice development and dissemination. As director of the WWF China Climate Change and Energy Program, she designed the Low Carbon City Initiative in partnership with local governments and international networks.
- Energy Politics
- Industrial Energy Productivity
- Energy Trade and Investment
Publications See all Dongmei Chen’s publications
In this report, we explore the main trends and policies that relate to industrial energy…30th March 2021
China’s Belt and Road initiative: Changing Investment Priorities in Pursuit of Energy Security and Carbon Neutrality
In this report, we explore the main trends and policies that relate to industrial energy…22nd February 2021