The construction and operation of buildings account for nearly 40 percent of global CO2 emissions. As the urgency of the climate challenge increases, efforts to address carbon emissions in the buildings and construction sector is shifting from a focus almost exclusively on operations to the full life cycle of…
Meng is a Senior Associate at RMI, currently focusing on building energy area. Meng’s current work is focused on promoting innovative technologies and business models for regional/building energy transformation and efficiency improvement. Meng’s past work at RMI includes developing a near-zero carbon strategy for Ningbo Meishan Project Committee, designing several net-zero energy buildings for PSA Singapore port and delivering Integrated Energy Service Provider workshop. Meng’s expertise includes energy modeling, regional energy planning, and building energy system design.
Prior to joining RMI, Meng worked for the Green Building Research Department of Beijing Institute of Architectural Design (BIAD), which she served as an HVAC engineer and a consultant for building energy projects. Before working for BIAD, Meng completed her Master of Civil Engineering at Tsinghua University. Her concentration was on energy conversion of district energy system. Also part of her degree, she worked as a graduate research assistant at in Tsinghua Building Energy Center.
Master of Civil Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing
Bachelor of Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing
Bachelor of Economics, Tsinghua University, Beijing
What makes you most proud about working at RMI?
“I am proud of working for the goal of transforming energy use to create a clean, prosperous, and secure energy future.”
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