Youmin Rong, Ph.D.

Youmin Rong, Ph.D.

Dr. Youmin Rong, a senior analyst within the Energy Technology team at IHS Markit, covers the global Battery Intelligence Service and the Energy Storage Service in the Asia Pacific region.

His responsibilities include analyzing the global battery industry and energy storage markets in APAC, and providing input to customers on next generation battery technologies. Prior to joining IHS Markit, Mr. Rong served as the project lead and investment advisor for advanced batteries at NIO (NYSE:NIO) - the first Chinese electric vehicle company publicly listed in New York Stock Exchange. He also worked for State Grid Corporation of China as an Energy Storage Research Fellow. In addition to his industrial experience, he attended the Department of Chemistry at Stanford University as a Postdoctoral Fellow, where he developed scientific research in advanced battery technology. Based on his research findings, he has published over 15 papers in leading internationally peer-reviewed journals. During his academic career, he also worked closely with industrial players such as Samsung Electronics and Shanghai Electric Group. He holds a PhD in Functional Nanomaterials from the University of Oxford, as well as MEng and BEng in Materials Science and Engineering from Imperial College London, United Kingdom.

 

 

 


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SNEC 2019 - Key Takeaways

SNEC – is the leading event in China for solar and energy storage. The scale of the event provides a crucial overview of the respective industries and the current market status in China and globally. After attending the show, the IHS Markit Solar and Energy Storage analyst team has summarised the major findings from the event.

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SNEC PV Market Workshop - 2019

IHS Markit Energy Technology analysts hosted a briefing and workshop with a group of clients at SNEC PV Power Expo in Shanghai on June 5th 2019. Four different presentations were given highlighting key trends for PV, energy storage and batteries.

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Power & Energy Technology
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