Douglas Leung

Douglas Leung
Yale School of Management, MBA, 2023

Douglas is a second year MBA student exploring the intersection of finance and the energy transition and finding ways to accelerate the deployment of capital into sustainable infrastructure.

This past summer, Douglas interned at Macquarie’s Green Investment Group, where he focused on evaluating investment opportunities across solar and wind projects and developing an investment strategy for green hydrogen. Prior to Yale, Douglas worked in the corporate finance division at Standard Chartered Bank, where he focused on executing project finance and advisory transactions for oil and gas, metals and mining and agribusiness companies across Southeast Asia.

At CBEY, Douglas writes about energy transition and decarbonization topics for Yale's Clean Energy Finance Forum. In his spare time, Douglas enjoys exploring the natural landscapes that New England has to offer, watching (and re-watching) documentaries by David Attenborough and scuba diving in warm waters.

Authored Articles
It's morning in America

Could hydrogen signal a dawn in all sorts of clean infrastructure? 

Explainer: Can Tax Incentives Help Green Hydrogen Outgrow Its Promise?

Hydrogen investors say the abundant element can replace carbon throughout economies. Hydrogen skeptics (and shorts) say that producing adequate hydrogen supply requires intolerable amounts of carbon pollution. Some startups are looking at chemistry - and tax credit financing via the United States' Inflation Reduction Act - to increase the supply...