Founder of Li-ion maker Boston-Power resigns
10 October 2012
The Boston-Power Board of Directors joins me in expressing our appreciation of Christina’s contribution to Boston-Power, as its founder in passionately developing the company into an EV battery technology leader it is today as well as helping with the transition over the past year with the company’s expansion in China. We know that Christina will continue to be an enormous success.
With the recent additions of Tony Shen and Dr. Wayne Yuan to our executive management team as well as leveraging the existing technology leadership with the Westborough R&D team, and our continued momentum in China, we are confident that we will be able to achieve her vision of making Boston-Power into a major supplier of EV battery systems to customers around the globe.—Boston-Power Chairman and Acting CEO Sonny Wu
Dr. Lampe-Onnerud founded Boston-Power in 2005 and the company has filed 150 patents.
Tony Shen recently joined Boston-Power as the Chief Financial Officer. Previously he served as the CFO of Ku6 Media and the CFO of China BAK, a global manufacturer of lithium-based battery cells.
Dr. Wayne Yuan also recently joined Boston-Power as Vice President of Engineering. He has more than twenty years of experience in the automotive industry, including 16 years working for General Motors in Detroit, Michigan. Most recently he was the General Manager of the R&D Center for Beijing Mercedes-Benz Automotive Co. LLT., Beijing, China and for six years Dr. Yuan was the Vice President of R&D & Engineering at Beijing Hyundai Motor Company, Beijing, China.
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