Minshu Deng

Senior Policy Analyst

Minshu Deng is a Senior Policy Analyst at Energy Innovation, focused on the firm’s Modeling and Analysis Program. She provides research and analysis to support EI’s climate policy modeling, especially in China.

Minshu previously worked as an analyst and environmental scientist at Eastern Research Group, Inc., a firm covering a broad range of environmental services including regulatory support and communications strategy. Her clients included federal and state agencies such as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. Minshu contributed to a wide variety of projects including the Gulf of Mexico restoration plan and final settlement following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, data management for several emissions inventories, and research on environmental and health risks to vulnerable populations. While between roles at Eastern Research Group, she conducted research at an energy policy nonprofit focused on the effects of early nuclear power plant shutdowns. Her research has been cited in the New York Times and other major media outlets.

Minshu received her Master of Environmental Management with a specialization in energy systems from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and a B.A. in environmental science and policy from Duke University. As a student, she supported businesses on their emissions reduction strategies and spent time abroad with organizations in India, Jordan, and Rwanda working on sustainable energy and climate solutions.

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Works from Minshu Deng


Energy Innovation® and Innovative Green Development Program Release Latest China Energy Policy Solutions Model


Experts Tell Biden: Your Climate Goals Require a Carbon Price


Top 10 Things We Learned About Climate Change In 2020


The Costs Of Delay


Analysis: Waiting To Cut Emissions Will Ultimately Make It More Expensive


Waiting 10 Years To Start Eliminating Emissions Will Cost The US More Than $3.5 Trillion


Waiting To Address Climate Change Will Cost Trillions of Dollars