Research Staff

Victor Lam is a Research Assistant of the Centre. He is a recent graduate in BASc (Honours) with a major in Sustainability, Science, and Society at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. With interests in civil governance and environmental stewardship, he has worked in various elected McGill student groups and non-profit conservation and education organisations in Canada and Hong Kong during his studies.

Ma Man Yi is a Research Assistant of the Centre. She is a recent graduate in Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons.) in Geography at Hong Kong Baptist University. She has been researching on general energy policies in China and the Demand-side Management in Hong Kong.

Student Helpers

Jenny Yip is a student helper at the Asian Energy Studies Centre. She is currently in her last year in the Bachelor of Social Sciences in Geography at Hong Kong Baptist University. She is currently working on her honours project, focusing on the social dimensions of nuclear power from the Fukushima nuclear incident in Japan in 2013.

Amanda Ng is a student helper at the Asian Energy Studies Centre. She is in her last year in the Bachelor of Social Sciences in China Studies – Geography at Hong Kong Baptist University. She is currently working on her Honours project about the electricity-saving awareness and behaviors of households in Guangdong Province.

Former Staff

Jasper Ip was a Senior Research Assistant of the Centre. He had been researching on sustainable energy policies such as smart grids, renewable energy since 2008.

Prior to joining HKBU in 2012, Mr. Ip had been working on energy policies and renewable energy applications for 10 years. He was a senior research assistant in the Kadoorie Institute in the University of Hong Kong on energy policies research, a senior research assistant at the Centre on Renewable Energy at the University of Hong Kong on solar energy applications, a project manager of an engineering company to develop wind and solar energy projects, and a project officer of Friends of the Earth (Hong Kong) on wind resource assessment, solar energy applications and energy education.

Mr. Jasper Ip was recently awarded the Chevening Scholarship of about HK$300,000 to support his MSc Program in Environmental Partnership Management at the University of Aberdeen for the 2015-16 academic year. He will focus his study on management of environmental partnerships.