Muyi Yang

Senior Electricity Policy Analyst, Asia

The main focus of Muyi’s work at Ember is to help address contemporary policy issues affecting the progress of electricity transition in China and Southeast Asia. Key such issues are: electricity security and affordability, electricity market reforms and integration, renewable integration and transition governance.

Before joining Ember, Muyi worked at the Centre for Energy Policy in 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 is currently also an adjunct fellow at Australia-China Relations Institute in the University of Technology Sydney.

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Power connectivity in the Greater Mekong subregion

Reviewing the slow progress of power connectivity in the Greater Mekong subregion, with specific emphasis on rectifying the situation.

  • Asia
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Coal power transition in China: A discussion paper

Coal power development in China: underlying drivers and policy entry points for its transition.

  • Asia
  • China
  • G20
  • Coal
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Solar Power Can Help Solve China’s Coal Power Dilemma

A rapid scale-up of solar power in China provides an alternative for redressing the dilemma of meeting rising electricity needs and loss-making coal power plants.

  • Asia
  • China
  • G20
  • Coal
  • Solar