Hui He

China Regional Director, International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)

Hui He's roles include developing and implementing China strategies and matching work plans; supervising and leading projects on vehicle criteria and GHG emissions reduction; developing and managing relations with key collaborators, policymakers, and other stakeholders from China; and co-managing the registration, legal compliance, and daily operation of ICCT’s representative office in China.

He's areas of expertise are efficiency and emission regulations for light-duty and heavy-duty vehicles, and vehicle electrification policies in China. He joined the ICCT as a policy analyst in the light-duty vehicle program in 2007 and took on oversight of the China program in 2014. Ms. He has a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Texas, and dual bachelor’s degrees in international relations and economics from Peking University (China).

Podcast Guest Appearances

Last Call for Gasoline

Is this the end of the road for the internal combustion engine? 

In a bold move designed to drastically lower carbon emissions, California Governor Gavin Newsom has announced a ban on sales of new gas-powered vehicles by 2035. Other states are sure to follow suit. But is it a realistic goal?

“I think so; we can do it,” says clean transportation consultant Emily Castor Warren. “The technology is there and we’re starting to see a really rapidly increasing pace of consumer adoption.