Electrifying vehicles in ridehailing services, such as Uber and Lyft, is critical to accelerating the EV transition, creating a profitable investment opportunity for building fast-charging infrastructure, and equitably expanding EV charging capacity for all.
Shenshen is a former Associate in the Mobility team. He worked on effective charging infrastructure planning to support the electrification of mobility. His expertise focused on the transportation system modeling and simulation.
Before RMI, Shenshen was a consultant at Energy and Environmental Economics, Inc. He primarily specialized in electricity resource planning, performing rigorous analysis and modeling for the utility providers. His expertise included IRP (Integrated Resource Planning), power system reliability, and asset valuation.
Master of Science in Environmental Economics & Management, Environmental Health and Engineering, The Johns Hopkins University
Bachelor of Science (Minor in Environmental Engineering), Materials Science & Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles