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As one of the world’s top 2% of scientists in the field of energy (1,452 out of over 186,000 based on https://data.mendeley.com/datasets/btchxktzyw/2; Tables S6 and S7), Prof. Woo specializes in energy economics and applied microeconomics. He teaches applied microeconomics and regulation.

Prof. Woo has won a General Research Fund project (HK$254K), a Teaching Development Grant (HK$381K), a Public Policy Research project (HK$586K), five faculty research prizes (HK$250K), and gold medals for Online Assessment System for Individual Scores (OASIS) in the International Innovation and Invention Competition (IIIC) Taiwan 2020 and the 2021 Special Edition – Inventions Geneva Evaluation Days.

With 30+ years of industry experience, Prof. Woo has 170+ publications in such journals as Quarterly Journal of Economics, Journal of Public Economics, Economics Letters, Journal of Regulatory Economics, Energy Law Journal, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, OMEGA, Applied Energy, Energy, Energy Economics, The Energy Journal, Energy Policy, Resource and Energy Economics, IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, and IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid. Most of his publications are based on research projects funded by electricity companies and government agencies in North America, Israel, and Hong Kong.

Recognized by Who’s Who in America, Prof. Woo is: (a) a senior fellow elected in 2012 by the United States Association for Energy Economics; (b) an editorial board member of Energy (5-year impact factor: 5.747) anda guest editor of a 2006 special issue on electricity market reform and deregulation and a 2010 special issue on demand response resources; (c) an editorial board member of Energy Policy (5-year impact factor: 5.458) and a guest editor of a 2011 special issue on renewable energy; and (d) an editorial board member of The Energy Journal (5-year impact factor: 2.739) and a guest editor of a 1988 special issue on electricity reliability.

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