A.Prof. Hui Li

Author:ceep    Source:ceep    Date:2017-11-23 Views:

A. Prof. Hui Li

Ph.D., Assistant Professor
Center for Energy & Environmental Policy Research (CEEP), Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT)
School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT)
Address: No. 5 of ZhongGuanCun South Avenue, Beijing 100081, China

Tel: +86-10-6891-8007

Fax: +86-10-6891-8651

E-mail: lihui2020@bit.edu.cn

 

Research Interests


Low Carbon Energy and Economics; Energy Strategy and Environmental Policy

 

Education


2012/09–2017/06 China University of Petroleum-Beijing, School of Economics and Management, Management Science and Engineering, PhD

2015/08–2017/02 University of Texas at Arlington, Energy System Research Center, Visiting Student

 

Working experience


2020/06 to present, Assistant Professor (Special Associate Researcher), School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology, China

2017/07–2020/05 Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Management and Economics, Beijing Institute of Technology, China

 

Research Grants


Youth Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China: Research on Cost-Benefit Evaluation of Coal to Gas Project and Its Management Policy, 2019-2021, PI

General Program of China Postdoctoral Science Foundation: Investment Decision Making on Wellhead Gas Generation Under the Uncertainty of Gas and Electricity Price and Subsidy Policy, 2018-2019, PI

 

Publications


[1] Li H, Jiang H D, Dong K Y, Wei Y M, Liao H*. A comparative analysis of the life cycle environmental emissions from wind and coal power: Evidence from China, Journal of Cleaner Production. 2019(248) 119192. (SCI, Q1, IF: 6.395)

[2] Li H*, Jiang H D, Yang B, Liao H*. An analysis of research hotspots and modeling techniques on carbon capture and storage. Science of The Total Environment. 2019 (687):687-701. (SCI, Q1, IF: 5.589)

[3] Miao Y, Kong C C, Wang L L, Mu J Z, Lu X, Bao J Q, Li H*. A Provincial lateral carbon emissions compensation plan in China based on carbon budget perspective. Science of The Total Environment. 2019 (692):1086-1096. (SCI, Q1, IF: 5.589)

[4] Li H, Sun R J*, Dong K Y, Dong X C, Zhou Z B, Leng X. Selecting China’s strategic petroleum reserve sites by multi-objective programming model. Petroleum Science. 2017,14(3): 622-635. (SCI, Q2, IF: 1.846)

[5] Li H, Dong K Y, Jiang H D, Sun R J*, Guo X Y, Fan Y Q. Risk Assessment of oil refining overseas investment based on fuzzy-grey comprehensive evaluation method, Sustainability.2017,9(5):696-713. (SSCI, Q2, IF: 2.592)

[6] Yang B, Wei Y M*, Hou Y B, Li H, Wang P T. Life cycle environmental impact assessment of fuel mix-based biomass co-firing plants with CO2 capture and storage. Applied Energy. 2019 (252):113483. (SCI, Q1, IF: 8.426)

[7] Dong K Y, Sun R J*, Li H, Liao H. Does natural gas consumption mitigate CO2 emissions: Testing the environmental Kuznets curve hypothesis for 14 Asia-Pacific countries. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 2018 (94): 419-429. (SCI, Q1, IF: 10.556)

[8] Dong K Y, Sun R J*, Dong C, Li H, Zeng X G. Environmental Kuznets curve for PM2.5 emissions in Beijing, China: What role can natural gas consumption play? Ecological Indicators, 2018(93): 591-601. (SCI, Q1, IF: 4.49)

[9] Dong K Y, Hochman G, Zhang Y Q, Sun R J*, Li H. CO2 emissions, economic and population growth, and renewable energy: Empirical evidence across regions. Energy Economics, 2018 (75): 180-192. (SSCI, Q1, IF: 4.151)

[10] Dong K Y, Sun R J*, Hochman G, Li H. Energy intensity and energy conservation potential in China: A regional comparison perspective. Energy, 2018(155): 782-795. (SCI, Q1, IF: 5.537