Frank Yu has 10 years of working experience in China’s energy sector. He has been heading up Wood Mackenzie’s China power analysis for 8 years. Frank joined Wood Mackenzie’s Beijing office in 2011 as a China Power Consultant. He was instrumental in developing Wood Mackenzie’s China Gas and Power Service and leading analysis on energy policies, provincial power market fundamentals, and inter-fuel competition outlooks in China. Frank also worked with other power analysts and launched new power modelling platform for China in 2017.
Frank has a diversified education background in geology, climate change sciences and energy economics. Previously, he spent 3 years as a Consulting Manager in Pöyry (Beijing) Consulting Company Ltd., a management and engineering consultancy. In this role, Frank participated in numerous consulting projects, the majority of which focused on China’s burgeoning energy sector. Before joining consultancy, Frank worked at the College of Urban and Environmental Sciences at Peking University as a postdoctoral fellow.
Post-doctoral Fellow, Quaternary Geology, Peking University
PhD, Global Climate Changes, Lanzhou University
MSc, Geology and Geographical Sciences, Lanzhou University
BSc, Resource Planning and Management, Beijing Normal University