Dr Muyi Yang is an Adjunct Fellow at the Australia-China Relations Institute, University of Technology Sydney.
He is also Senior Electricity Policy Analyst at Ember, a global energy and climate think tank. Before that, he worked at the Centre for Energy Policy at UTS for almost ten years. He also worked at the New South Wales Department of Industry briefly (2014-2015) and was a visiting research scientist at Data 61 in CSIRO (2019-2020).
He has actively engaged in teaching, research, and consulting on energy policy themes in national and global settings. Such themes include energy market reform, energy decarbonisation and sustainability, transport electrification, and governance and political economy.
He has also actively engaged with the media, including writing op-eds and providing commentary on policy issues pertaining to China's transition towards a clean energy future. His work has been published by Guangming Daily, China Energy News, Energy Magazine, China Petrochemical News, China Electric Power News, China Dialogue, Policy Forum, East Asia Forum, 21st Century Business Herald, Energy Tracker Asia, and the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.
He has a Bachelor’s degree in applied physics from Beijing University of Technology and Master’s and Doctoral degrees in energy economics and policy from UTS.
A list of his publications can be found here.