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Zifei Yang is the Passenger Vehicles Program Lead at ICCT. Her work is aimed at reducing air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from passenger vehicles on a global scale. Her research focuses on assessing the potential fuel consumption and emissions reductions from light-duty vehicle technologies and identifying global best practices in regards to fuel efficiency standards, fiscal policies, labeling programs, electrification, and compliance and enforcement. Ms. Yang has supported national and local policy development throughout the world, including in ASEAN countries, China, India, Turkey, Peru, and the EU. She holds a Master of Public Administration from American University, as well as dual bachelor’s degrees in Public Administration and Economics from Xiamen University (China).
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