Ruoshui Li

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Ruoshui Li

Ruoshui Li joined E3 in 2021 after completing a Master of Environmental Management program from Duke University. Her works primarily focus on E3’s resource planning area to provide utilities with analysis that can enhance their planning efforts for resource adequacy.

Prior to E3, Ruoshui interned with Tsinghua University Research Center for Energy Transition where she conducted rigorous studies on the renewable integration policies of European countries. She also interned at Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables where she helped design models to automate wind speed database setup and power output simulation.

Seeing the electric industry as the keystone of economy-wide decarbonization goals, Ruoshui is passionate about assisting utilities to craft comprehensive strategies for facilitating a seamless and reliable transition. She also appreciates the opportunity of leveraging E3’s in-house model toolkit to dive deep into the increasingly complex resource adequacy world.

Outside of work, Ruoshui enjoys swimming and playing instruments. She also loves the food and culture of Latin America.

Education: Master of Environmental Management, Duke University; BE, Environmental Science, Hohai University


Resource Adequacy in the Desert Southwest

In the aftermath of recent blackouts in California and Texas, the subjects of reliability and resource adequacy have risen to national prominence. Regulators and policymakers – as well as the general public and media – have taken a keen interest in these topics, and many have questioned whether the industry is adequately prepared to confront […]