Jilong Zhu


Jilong Zhu studied industrial engineering with a major in civil engineering at the Technical University Berlin. Through his participation in German-Chinese projects, he has gained extensive expertise in energy efficiency and sustainability as well as experience in implementing international projects.

About me

I became greatly interested in energy efficiency and sustainability during my master studies. Besides my studies I participated in training courses on passive house, sustainable building and LEED.

Furthermore, I participated in several German-Chinese collaborative projects on energy efficiency and sustainability, e.g. “Sino-German Eco-Cities”, “Sino-German energy efficient buildings” etc. This enabled me to learn a lot about project work. These experiences, which involved technical and organizational challenges, along with the implementation of international projects will help me support the knowledge-exchange with our Chinese partners.

In order to achieve significant progress in sustainability, China could benefit from European know-how on environmentally friendly technologies. Intep is greatly contributing to this objective and it is something in which I am very interested.

Education and Training

B.Sc. Engineering Management (Zhengzhou University)

M.Sc. Industrial Engineering and Management (TU Berlin)

Passive House Consultant

Auditor for Sustainable Building (BNB)

LEED Green Associate


  • Vorstandsmitglied Deutsch-Chinesisches Zentrum für die Förderung der Umwelt und Energie e.V.
  • Vorstandsmitglied Verein der chinesischen Ingenieure für nachhaltiges Bauen e.V.
  • Vorstandsmitglied Gesellschaft chinesischer Akademiker an der TU Berlin e.V.




  • Leading online courses on the theme of “Sustainable Building” at Zhejiang University of Science and Technology (ZUST), Hangzhou, P.R.China, since May 2021
  • Co-Lead for project design week on the topic “Green Assessment and Renovation of existing Buildings” at Tongji University, Shanghai/China, since July 2021
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