Bai Yunfeng is a Project Manager of the “Sino-German Cooperation Project on Electro-Mobility and Climate Protection”. He coordinates the communication and activities with the project partners (including ministries, research institutes, enterprises etc.) and facilitates the governmental dialogues on electro-mobility. His experience covers support programmes for environmental protection and climate change in China, national/local policies on traditional and new energy vehicle, government relations and public affairs.
Sandra Retzer serves as Head of “Sustainable Urbanisation, Transportation and Energy” of GIZ China. She joined the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (giz) GmbH in September 2014, where she is responsible for Sino-German policy dialogues and technical cooperation projects in the field of energy, electro mobility, low carbon transport and sustainable urbanisation.
In the past 20 years – after getting a diploma in Business Studies as well as a diploma in Chinese language studies – Ms. Retzer has been primarily based in Germany and China working for different transnational companies in large-scale infrastructure, airport, renewable energy and energy storage projects. Before joining GIZ, Sandra Retzer served as Managing Director Asia-Pacific of Younicos AG, a German company specialized in the management of battery energy storage technologies and systems for a stable power supply from renewable sources.
Currently, Sandra Retzer also serves as the National Chair of the Energy Working Group of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China. The group has been proactively engaging Chinese and European policymakers on policies, regulations, and standards and market development. Ms Retzer is also a member of several advisory boards related to Chinese-European demo projects.
Hu Xiaolian is Sector Manager of the Sustainable Transport Team. She is responsible for the cross-project activities and supports the Programme Director in organizational matters and internal management. Previously, she was employed as Chief Assistant of Country Director of the GIZ China.
Jingzhu Li is Project Manager of the “Green Logistics and Low Carbon Mobility Management” project. She is focusing on the freight and logistics issue in regard of climate protection. Having worked for the Chinese Research Institute of Highway (RIOH) of Ministry of Transportation and automotive supply industry. Jingzhu’s main experience includes transport and logistics strategy development and supply chain management. Jingzhu holds a master in transport engineering from the Dresden University of Technology.
Dr. Haoping Wang joined the sector team in November 2012 as Project Manager, responsible for the scenario development modules of the Electro-Mobility project as well as the transport component of the Sino-German Climate Change Programme at the GIZ. Having worked for the German Development Bank KfW and at the Tsinghua University, Haoping’s main experience includes low carbon strategy development and climate change financing. Haoping holds a PhD in economics from the Darmstadt University of Technology.
Xia Yun is Project Officer of the Electro-Mobility Project at the GIZ China and supports administrative procedures. Before, she worked for the National China Highspeed Railway Project and joined the GIZ in the beginning of 2012. Xia Yun graduated from Tianjin Foreign Language University in 2006.
Sun Shengyang is Project Manager of the “Transport Demand Management” project in Beijing. He is responsible for the development of transport emission model and measuring emission reductions under proposed TDM measures. He was employed in an international consulting firm and at the research institute in University. His experience covers travel demand modelling, integrated land use and transport model, urban transport planning and transit planning.
Dr. Dominika Kalinowska works as Project Officer in the Sino-German Cooperation on Low Carbon Transport. She coordinates the communication and activities within the project being directly affiliated to the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety. After studying economics, she obtained her doctoral degree at the Technical University Berlin and worked at the German Institute for Economic Research DIW Berlin and the German Energy Agency dena. Her professional work experience covers travel demand, energy use and emission modelling, policy assessment and consultancy as well as strategy development and overall project management.
Zhao Yanling is Project Officer of the GIZ’s “Green Logistics” project. She supports the project team in organising events and conferences, as well as managing administrative procedures concerning the project. Yanling studied Business Administration at RWTH Aachen University.