Isabella Ni

Isabella Ni

Isabella Ni analyzes Energy Storage market activity and industry trends for Asia-Pacific region. She is also involved in tracking and analyzing both downstream projects and market policies for China PV market.

Ms. Isabella Ni is a Senior Analyst/Researcher within the IHS Technology group. Ms. Ni joined IHS in November 2014, when IHS acquired Solarbuzz, a leading provider of solar market intelligence. At Solarbuzz, she analyzed photovoltaic (PV) market activity and industry trends for China, Asia Pacific and Central Asia. She also tracked and analyzed downstream projects and market policies. Ms. Ni has seven years of experience in the PV industry.

Prior to Solarbuzz, she was a marketing manager at Trina Solar in the energy storage and PV application business unit, where she formulated market and product strategy analysis for Asian Pacific markets. Before that, she worked as a senior analyst, business development, for Trina Solar Limited and conducted market and core competence analysis.

Ms. Ni holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Business and Management Studies from Hogeschool Zeeland, Vlissingen, Netherlands, and a Master of Business Administration from Nanjing University, China.


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Grid-Connected Energy Storage Market Tracker - H1 2017

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Power & Energy Technology
Energy Storage Company & Project Database - Q2 2017

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Mobile, Consumer & Connected Devices Power & Energy Technology
Will energy storage follow in the steps of the booming solar market in China?

Key takeaways from recent energy storage conferences in China Over the last two weeks, IHS Markit Technology analysts attended three shows including SNEC in Shanghai, China International Energy Storage Conference in Suzhou, and Global Energy Storage Conference in Shenzhen. All three shows attracted large audiences although conferences took place simultaneously – testament to the growth of the Chinese storage industry. Both new entrants and existing players expressed interests in battery technologies, business models, and market drivers.

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Power & Energy Technology
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