Yinong Sun

Energy Modeling Intern at National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Master of Environmental Management , Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies , 2016
Yinong Sun has a Master of Environmental Management degree in Class of 2016. She is currently working at National Renewable Energy Lab conducting energy and power system modeling. She is passionate about mitigating climate change through renewable energy deployment and energy efficiency measure developments. She has strong background in energy and climate modeling, and has a wide interest in energy-climate intersection and clean energy finance. Previously, she has interned at World Resources Institute’s Sustainable Finance Group, exploring the developments of international green banks.
Prior to Yale, Yinong graduated from Peking University with an undergraduate degree in Atmospheric Science at School of Physics, and a double degree in Art History. She also has a LEED Green Associate Certification.

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