Becky Xilu Li

Junior Fellow, Spring 2015

Becky Xilu Li is an associate at the electricity practice at the Rocky Mountain Institute in Boulder, CO. She is working on power market design and business model innovation in both the US and China.

Becky is interested in energy and environmental policy analysis and practice. She has rich research experience in China’s energy policy, including writing reports on electricity market reform and conducting the first nationwide energy efficiency survey, during which she worked in partnership with both Chinese governments and US consulting teams, such as Lawrence Berkeley National Lab (LBNL) and Energy Foundation (EF). She also has domestic project experience, including consulting work for local public agencies on behavioral energy efficiency program design. Her clients also include solar manufacturers and cleantech developers, for whom she conducted policy, economic, and business analysis and provided them market strategy reports.

Becky received a master's in Public Policy with an emphasis on Energy and Enviornemtal Policy from the University of California, Berkeley's Goldman School of Public Policy. She received a master's in Economics from Renmin University of China, and a bachelor's in Economics also from Renmin University of China.