Ali Hasanbeigi is a principal scientific engineering associate in the China Energy Group of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Dr. Hasanbeigi leads and manages projects on energy system efficiency, resource efficiency, demand side management, emissions reduction and sustainability, economic and technology assessment in industry sector. He works with multiple stakeholders including think tanks, academia, companies, utilities, and governments in China and the U.S.
Dr. Hasanbeigi has extensive and in depth knowledge of energy systems efficiency, demand side management and techno-economic analysis for energy and resource efficiency in industry particularly in the cement industry, iron and steel industry, pulp and paper industry, chemical industry, textile industry, glass industry, electric motor systems, boiler and steam systems. In addition, he has done significant work on integrated energy modeling, technology evaluation and management, industry and technology roadmap development, energy-water nexus, quantification of air pollution reduction and health benefits of energy efficiency, emission control technologies, energy analysis tools development, international cooperation and strategic partnership.
Dr. Hasanbeigi has a total of over 75 publications, with more than 20 refereed journal articles and 25 refereed conference papers. He also served as a contributing author for chapter 10 on “Industry” of the IPCC Fifth Assessment Report on Mitigation of Climate Change. Dr. Hasanbeigi is the lead guest editor of China Special Issue on “Resource Efficiency in Chinese Industry” in international journal of Resources, Conservation & Recycling. He has also served as an invited peer-reviewer for various publications of International Energy Agency and various international journals.
Dr. Hasanbeigi has also worked as an international energy efficiency consultant for the World Bank and UNIDO. He received his bachelor and master degree in textile technology engineering and his Ph.D. in energy technology.
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