Shoni joined Integral after completing her undergraduate studies at the University of Melbourne, double majoring in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, and Economics. At Integral, her research and analysis focus on renewable energy, carbon neutral, and the green electricity market in China. She also engages in projects related to China’s hydrogen and fuel cell industry, helping overseas clients to seize business opportunities in China.
University of Melbourne, Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Applied Linguistics, and Economics
INTEGEAL Co., Ltd, Shanghai, China (Feb. 2021- )
English (Fluent), Mandarin (Native), Cantonese (Native)
Green electricity market, carbon neutral technologies, hydrogen and fuel cell
At Integral, she engages in projects to provide overseas clients with insights and analysis on the corporate sourcing strategies in the green electricity market in China. Meanwhile, her research also covers the emerging carbon neutral technologies, as well as China's hydrogen and fuel cell industry.