Since joining McKinsey in 2008, Ee Huei has focused on advising government agencies and private-sector operators in the areas of transportation infrastructure and power generation. She employs her engineering and policy expertise to help leaders and executives negotiate complex political, economic, social, and environmental issues in the planning and delivery of efficient, cost-effective transport infrastructure.
In her work in the power sector, Ee Huei guides utilities clients through the regulatory process, aligning with environmental goals while improving performance across the value chain and promoting sustainable competitive advantage.
Examples of her work include:
- conducting a feasibility study on a cross-border railway system
- helping a government agency develop public–private partnerships for several infrastructure projects, including toll roads
- supporting the development of social and economic turnaround programs, with a focus on public transport and urban transformation
- developing a road map for implementing a national energy–efficiency and carbon–abatement program for an East Asian government
- creating a regulatory–management strategy for a vertically integrated power utility
- developing recommendations for restructuring a power sector, including a sustainable framework for industry growth
Before joining McKinsey, Ee Huei worked as a business-development manager at a power utility.