Dr Chyong MPhil, PhD (University of Cambridge) is a research associate in Energy Economics & Policy at the Cambridge Judge Business School and a director of the Energy Policy Forum, part of the Energy Policy Research Group (ERPG). During his time in Cambridge, Chi Kong has taught system dynamics modelling and game theory courses to Cambridge’s postgraduate students. He also has experience in consulting companies and governments on investment management and economic policy related to energy and high-tech sectors.
Prior to this he was a PhD candidate at the Business school, with research focusing on modelling natural gas markets and analyses of Russia's strategic natural gas export policy. His research interests are equilibrium modelling of energy markets; economics of Eurasian natural gas trade relations; investment under uncertainties; project finance and valuation of infrastructure investment; economics and finance of clean energy technologies and his awards & scholarships include:
- DG Research and Innovation of the European Commission PhD Scholarship (under "NEARCO2" research grant), 2010-2011
- Energy Policy Research Group PhD Scholarship (under ESRC TSEC research programme), 2008-2010
- Cambridge Centre for Energy Studies PhD Scholarship, 2007-2008
- 30th USAEE/IAEE North American Conference Dennis J. O'Brien Best Paper Awards, 2011
- 34th IAEE International Conference Student Paper Award, 2011
- Ukrainian Ministry of Education and Science Student Research Award, 2005
- Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences Student Research Award, 2004
- Ukrainian Ministry of Economy Student Research Award, 2003
Recent News & insights
Director of CEPA Energy Modelling Ltd to speak at launch of Energy & Climate report
The independent European think tank, CERRE, will host an event on 16 March to launch its Energy and Climate report, “Electricity and gas coupling in a decarbonised economy”.
Ofgem consults on amendments to Gas Transmission Charging regime
Ofgem, Great Britain's independent energy regulator, is seeking views on its 'minded to’ decision on the proposals for modification to the gas transmission charging arrangements.