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Xi Lu

Xi Lu
Xi Lu
McElroy’s Energy Group and Harvard China Project
School of Engineering & Applied Sciences
Harvard University
Harvard University


Dr. Xi Lu is a research associate and lecturer in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard University. His major research involves meteorology-related renewable energy sources, especially wind power and power generation system in China and the US. He published papers in Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Environmental Science & Technology (ES&T), Renewable Energy and Energy Policy in topics of technological and economic potentials for wind energy, variation issues of wind-generated electricity, as well the carbon and sulfur emissions from the US power system. Dr. Lu is also exploring general challenges and opportunities in low-carbon energy systems, especially in the electric power sector, in China and the US. He received one of the first fellowships of the Graduate Consortium on Energy and Environment at Harvard, and won the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Students Studying Abroad in 2011. Before entering Harvard, he worked for CH2M-HILL as environmental scientist and was involved in the environmental consulting projects for Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and for the many multinational clients in the energy industry.

Research Interest

• Options to mitigate variations of wind power and solar power, and their complementary effects
• Interactions between development of meteorology-driven renewables and climate change
• Challenges and opportunities for low-carbon electric power systems in both China and the U.S.