China Energy Group

China Energy Group

The China Energy Group Developing impactful, science-based energy and environmental solutions collaboratively with China.

Current research and projects include:
  • Long Term Energy Modeling
  • Smart Resilient Cities and Urban Infrastructure
  • Green and Energy Efficient Industry
  • Clean Power and Smart Grid Integration
  • Green and Energy Efficient Industry
  • High Performance Buildings and Products
  • U.S.-China CERC-BEE Program
  • Berkeley-Tsinghua Joint Research Center on Energy and Climate Change

  Consult the China Energy Group website for more information.


Anne-Perrine Avrin (510) 495-8886
Xue Bai (510) 486-5887
John Byrne (510) 486-7574
Jenny Chen (510) 486-5156
Qing Cheng (510) 495-8125
Fan Dai (510) 486-7767
Chao Ding (510) 486-6835
Ke Fan (510) 486-7666
Min Fan (510) 486-5942
Wei Feng (510) 486-5156
David Fridley (510) 486-7318
Jing Ge (510) 486-4756
Daniel Gerber (510) 486-5156
Yafeng Han (510) 486-6121
Ali Hasanbeigi (510) 495-2479


Publications by Organization



Ohshita, Stephanie, Cecilia Fino-Chen, Lixuan Hong, and Nina Khanna. BEST Cities: Software User Guide. Berkeley, CA: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, 2016. English PDF (8.51 MB) Chinese PDF (6.43 MB)
Lin, Jiang, Gang He, and Alexandria Yuan. "Economic rebalancing and electricity demand in China." The Electricity Journal 29, no. 3 (2016): 48-54.
Zhang, Jingjing, Nan Zhou, Adam Hinge, Wei Feng, and Shicong Zhang. "Governance strategies to achieve zero-energy buildings in China." Building Research & Information 44, no. 5-6 (2016): 604-618.
Feng, Wei, Nina Khanna, David Fridley, Jing Ke, Ke Huang, and Nan Zhou. Impact Analysis of Developing Net Zero Energy Buildings in China In 2016 ACEEE Summer Study on Energy Efficiency in BUildings. Vol. 10. Pacific Grove, Ca, 2016.


Feng, Wei, Nan Zhou, Stephane de la Rue du Can, Michael Bendewald, and Ellen M. Franconi. "Building Energy Codes in China: Recommendations for Development and Enforcement." In 2015 Annual Urban Sustainability Conference. Beijing, China: The Paulson Institute, 2015. PDF (634.59 KB)