Ye (Agnes) Li

It is great for women in green hydrogen around the world to have a network to share knowledge, news and insights. Also women should more voice in China's energy transition, where the energy sector is mainly monopolized and dominated by men.

CHINA / BEIJING
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Agnes is a senior associate at Rocky Mountain Institute, China office. She leads the green hydrogen work to promote decarbonization in China, especially for steel, chemical, and other heavy industries. She is one of the main authors of 'China 2050: A Fully Developed Rich Zero-carbon Economy' report.

Agnes has gained a Master of Environment Policy and Planning from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and a Bachelor of Economics from Peking University.

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