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Advisor and Head of Information Access Unit, Office of the Secretary, Asian Development Bank
Lin has multi-dimensional experience spanning ADB operations, supporting policy and strategy development, and a deep understanding of corporate initiatives. Prior to her current role, she was principal operations coordination specialist of the Sustainable Development and Climate Change Department and managed the High-Level Technology Fund. Lin has led energy projects and technical assistance in Central, West and East Asia. Before ADB, she was business development manager at Hollysys Asia Pacific Ltd. She holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel University.
A pilot project in Viet Nam will test a heat exchange technology that reuses industrial wastewater for heating and cooling production processes.
A pilot project in the Philippines will demonstrate how irrigation canals can be used in producing clean and reliable energy off the grid.
Warning systems and other measures will help save lives, protect biodiversity, and reduce rail service disruptions.
Installing wire-rope barriers to separate opposing lanes of traffic can reduce fatal road accidents by 95%.
A large-scale, grid-connected battery energy storage system will help Pakistan regulate its power supply and integrate renewable energy into the grid.
A digital ledger of transactions can help authenticate and ensure the trustworthiness of data.