Wu Ruosi, male, Mongolian nationality, was born in 1950. He graduated from Tianjin University with a major in electrical engineering in 1976.
At the beginning of the 1970s, Wu worked in the production team in Luojiaying commune – a suburban village of Hohhot City in Inner Mongolia. After he graduated from Tianjin University, he returned to Inner Mongolia and served in a number of positions in the province. He was an assistant engineer and deputy director with the Inner Mongolian Power Test Research Institute, became deputy director with the 2nd Baotou Municipal Thermal Power Plant, and the director and deputy chief engineer for the infrastructure department at the Inner Mongolian Power Authority.
In the mid 1990s, he became the deputy general manager at the Inner Mongolian Power Authority and concurrently was a member of the CCP committee. In 1994, he entered training at the MOP Construction & Coordination department.
After his time with the power authority, Wu moved to the Inner Mongolian Power Corporation Limited. He was first the deputy party secretary and deputy general manager of the corporation. In 1999, he became the chairman and deputy secretary of the corporation.
|1999—||Chairman, Inner Mongolian Power Corporation|
|1999—||Deputy Secretary, Inner Mongolian Power Corporation CPC, Party Committee|
|1973—1976||Graduate, Tianjin University, Electrical Engineering Department Tianjin Municipality|