Zhe is a principal at RMI, where he primarily works on the China Transportation Program freight efficiency project and focuses on urban logistics efficiency and electric urban delivery trucks promotion and application practices in Chinese cities.
Prior to RMI, Zhe interned at the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) where he summarized and analyzed the trading price and volume for China’s 2014 carbon trading market, and predicted the future market trends, opportunities, and challenges. While pursuing a Master’s degree in Environmental Management from Duke University, Zhe worked as a student consultant for the NCAA Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) on a consulting practicum, finding solutions for the organization to increase revenue.
Prior to graduate school, he won the second prize Mathematical Modeling Contest. Zhe also worked for Roland Berger Strategy Consultants as an intern to help Zhenjiang city generate its high-tech industrial park development plans.
Master of Environmental Management in Energy and Sustainability, Duke University
Bachelor of Management in Environmental Economics and Management, Renmin University of China
Why I Love Working At RMI
Rocky Mountain Institute is an organization that always looks into innovative and creative approaches to deal with energy transit and efficiency issues. Both Beijing and other offices are like families so that working here every day is enjoyable for me.
A New EV Horizon—Insights From Shenzhen’s Path to Global Leadership in Electric Logistics Vehicles
Low Carbon Urban Logistics in Beijing-Understanding the Status Quo and Identifying Paths to Improvement
Improving Efficiency in Chinese Trucking and Logistics
How U.S. Freight Efficiency Increased Through NACFE
Mobike Over the City: Key to Win for Bike Sharing