Xiaowei Jin joined The Boston Consulting Group’s Beijing office in 2007 and has acquired strong experience consulting in the energy field. He has worked on strategy, organization, and corporate development topics with companies in oil and gas, power, and renewables.
His projects have included supporting an international oil company (IOC) in its China 2030 downstream strategy and facilitating a joint-venture negotiation between a giant IOC and its Chinese counterpart.
Xiaowei has helped one of the largest hydropower companies in the world assess the feasibility of investing in East Siberia and Far East Russia. He has also helped one of China’s largest nuclear power companies on its mid- to long-term strategy, organization, and evaluation of overseas investment risk. Xiaowei has worked with an international wind turbine manufacturer to define its new China strategy and a Hong Kong power company to evaluate a potential acquisition in solar photovoltaics.
In 2010 Xiaowei contributed his expertise to two of BCG’s white papers, Sunrise in the East: China’s Advance in Solar PV—and the Competitive Implications for the Industry and East Wind: Prospects for Equipment Manufacturers in China’s Burgeoning Wind-Power Sector. In 2012 he was a delegate to the One Young World Summit in Pittsburgh.
Before joining BCG, Xiaowei interned in the sourcing department at Continental.