Dr. Jerry YAN gave talks at CEEP

Author:Weizheng Wang    Source:    Date:2018-02-06


  At 15:00 on January 27, 2018, Jerry YAN, professor of the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, was invited to visit CEEP and gave a talk entitled “Transition and innovation of energy systems”. The report was hosted by Prof. Yu Biying, many teachers and students attended the report.

  Professor Jerry YAN: Academician of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, expert in international energy field. International Institute of Applied Energy Innovation Dean. 1991 KTH Royal Institute of Technology Ph.D. Director of Future Energy Profile; Editor-in-Chief of Applied Energy (Elsevier), an International Energy Journal (Impact Factor 7.128). Editor-in-Chief of Handbook of Clean Energy Systems (Volume 6) (Wiley). Chinese State Council Overseas Chinese Affairs Commission of Experts Committee; Chinese Academy of Sciences overseas assessment experts; United Nations UNFCC CDM EB and IPCC consultant experts. 2009 China's “Thousand Talents Program” winner; 2000 Cheung Kong Scholar Distinguished Professor. Engaged in renewable energy technologies and low carbon technologies, energy system integration and optimization, carbon capture and utilization and storage, carbon trade, advanced power generation technology and energy storage, efficient use of energy and other fields. Including in Science, Nature Climate Change, published more than 400 papers.
  In today's report, Professor Jerry YAN mainly introduced how the energy system will transit under the rapid development of technologies and how the energy system could innovate in the worldwide. Professor Yan according to when - why - how - what the main line to expand. When? It’s now. Why? Because of the need to cope with global climate change, achieve energy poverty reduction and sustainable development. How? With the large-scale use of renewable energy, there is a need to be more flexible in achieving supply-demand balance. What? Micro-grid technology, distributed energy, integrated control systems are rapidly developing.

  After the report, Dr. Jerry YAN took the picture with teachers and students at CEEP together.