Xiaojing Sun

The Greenlink Group



Areas of Expertise:

Clean Energy, Climate Change, Demand Side Management, Electric Vehicles, Energy Economics, Energy Efficiency, Energy Storage, Environment, Environmental Policy, GHGs, Human Capital, Innovation, Nuclear, Power Sector, R&D, Regulation, Renewables, Smart Grid, Solar, Transmission, Wind

Additional Areas of Expertise:

Clean energy technology manufacturing

Dr. Xiaojing Sun is the Chief Technology Officer of The Greenlink Group, an energy technology and consulting company provide in-depth analysis and policy advice on issues related to clean energy transitions in the U.S. and worldwide.

Xiaojing’s research work covers a wide range of clean energy and climate issues, including assessing energy efficiency and renewable energy in built environment; designing and modeling policies that promote distributed energy resources such as energy efficiency, demand response, and solar and smart grid technologies in the commercial residential, and power sector. Xiaojing is also a solar value chain expert. In her doctoral dissertation, she studied solar PV innovation, manufacturing, and deployment in China and the U.S. Before joining Greenlink, Xiaojing was the co-manager of research at Stanford University on a DOE-sponsored project that studied the solar industry in China.

In her capacity as the CTO of The Greenlink Group, Xiaojing leads the technology development of the company’s two proprietary energy analytics platforms. She is also heavily involved in the research and business development aspect of The Greenlink Group. She performed modeling analysis for organizations ranging from large national environmental organizations to local economic development entities.

She received her Ph.D degree from Georgia Institute of Technology. She also holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Management from Duke University, a BS in Environmental Engineering from Nankai University and a BA in Business Management from Tianjin University, both in China.

Recent Posts by Xiaojing Sun

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