Dr Muyi Yang joined the Asia Society Policy Institute in March 2023. His is responsible for leveraging ASPI’s analytical work and convening capacity to promote the transition towards a clean and more sustainable energy future in Asia.
Prior to this role (2016-22), he worked at the University of Technology Sydney, where he was actively engaged in teaching, research, and consulting on a wide range of policy themes including, electricity market reform, renewable uptake, coal power phase-down, transport electrification, energy governance, and political economy. His work mainly focuses on China, Southeast Asia, and Oceania. Between 2020 and 2023, he also worked at Ember, a global energy and climate think tanks dedicated to promoting the transition from coal to clean power.
Muyi holds a PhD and a Master’s degree in energy policy, as well as a bachelor's degree in applied science.