Enrui Zhang is an expert on energy policies and investment barriers for a low-carbon economy. He has drafted various world-class policies, among which are the G20 Energy Efficiency Leading Program and the G20 Energy Efficiency Investment Toolkit. These policies form global commitments to accelerate economic transition towards low-carbon societies.
From 2016-2018, Enrui was a Chinese representative to the G20, IPEEC, and BRICS on energy sustainability. He led the G20 Top Ten Best Available Technologies and Best Practices Task Group (TOP TENs), managing TOP TENs from zero to a flagship task group with 8 countries, developing 2 TOP TENs international lists, and organizing knowledge-sharing events with industrial associations and business chambers to facilitate policy exchange and technology transfer. He also supported the development of an International Energy Efficiency Hub (IEEH).
He was nominated for a Young Energy Specialist distinction by the China Council for an Energy Efficient Economy. Enrui serves as a guest senior researcher of Green Finance Institute of Hainan Province. He holds a bachelor’s degree in environmental science from Sun Yat-Sen University and a joint master’s degree in environmental engineering from Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Sun Yat-Sen University.