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Christina Lampe-Onnerud

Director of Battery Technology At Technology and Innovation Department

Arthur D. Little Inc

HQ Phone:  (617) 532-9550

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Arthur D. Little Inc

One Fedaral Street Suite 2810

Boston, Massachusetts,02110

United States

Company Description

The world's first consulting firm, Arthur D. Little was founded in 1886. Our pioneering spirit and innovative power are still palpable for our customers today. Flat hierarchies, consulting with a partnership approach and a close-knit family atmosphere have a... more.

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Employment History

Founder and Chief Executive Officer

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Bridgewater Associates Inc.


Company Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Power Circle AB


Chad Mirkin Professor of Chemistry, Nicholas Negroponte Professor of Media Technology and Founding Chairman, Media Laboratory

Northwestern University


Director of Applied Chemicals and Business

TIAX LLC


Director

Applied Chemicals LTD


Director of Battery Technology At Technology and Innovation Department

ADL


Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Boston-Power Inc


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Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences

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New England Clean Energy Council

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The Royal Academy of Engineering

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Post Doctoral Fellow


Industry

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Education

B.Sc.

Chemistry and Calculus

Uppsala


Ph.D.

Inorganic Chemistry

Uppsala


Post Doctorate

MIT


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www.tranztechinc.com

"This is really the next chapter for us," says Christina Lampe-Onnerud, who founded Boston Power in 2005.
Lampe-Onnerud, a former star technology consultant at Arthur D. Little and top scientist at Bell Communications Research, has been much lauded in the world of high-tech green startups, thanks to Boston Power's innovations in the chemistry of lithium-ion batteries, and to the success the company has had in selling the resulting higher-capacity, faster-charging batteries to Hewlett-Packard for laptops. Boston Power seemed even hotter in 2008 when Lampe-Onnerud announced she was setting her sights on producing batteries for the electric-vehicle market. Neither GSR's managing director, Sonny Wu, nor Lampe-Onnerud would provide details on the exact breakdown of the new financing, but both confirmed that the $125-million value represents a mix of private equity and Chinese-government grants, low-interest loans, and financial and tax incentives.


www.boston-power.com [cached]

"This is really the next chapter for us," says Christina Lampe-Onnerud, who founded Boston Power in 2005.
Lampe-Onnerud, a former star technology consultant at Arthur D. Little and top scientist at Bell Communications Research, has been much lauded in the world of high-tech green startups, thanks to Boston Power's innovations in the chemistry of lithium-ion batteries, and to the success the company has had in selling the resulting higher-capacity, faster-charging batteries to Hewlett-Packard for laptops. Boston Power seemed even hotter in 2008 when Lampe-Onnerud announced she was setting her sights on producing batteries for the electric-vehicle market. Neither GSR's managing director, Sonny Wu, nor Lampe-Onnerud would provide details on the exact breakdown of the new financing, but both confirmed that the $125-million value represents a mix of private equity and Chinese-government grants, low-interest loans, and financial and tax incentives. Lampe-Onnerud says the company will soon break ground on a new plant near Shanghai that is expected to turn out 18 million battery cells a year, about three times the company's current capacity. And while the company is retaining some R&D capabilities in the U.S.-it is headquartered in Westborough, Massachusetts-most of its engineering operations will be based near Beijing, and the company is laying off about a third of its 100 U.S. employees. GSR's Wu is becoming chairman of Boston Power in the deal, essentially taking the reins from Lampe-Onnerud, who says she will remain on the board and will continue to work closely with the company, but will not move to China. The company is currently looking for a CEO to replace Keith Schmid, who took over the slot in February from Lampe-Onnerud. Lampe-Onnerud says the company was driven to strike a China deal because the country has demonstrated an intention to use generous incentives and funding to push its clean-tech markets, and its electric-vehicle market in particular, versus the shakier support in the United States. "China, by far, is the biggest market for us, and this was a chance to get to profitability very quickly," she explains.


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Dr. Christina Lampe-Onnerud
Non-Executive Director Christina is a USA-based authority on battery system innovation and design with 20 years of experience in the research and development and commercialization of lithium-ion battery technologies for consumer electronics, electric automotive and energy storage applications. She was the founder of Boston-Power, Inc., a developer of high-energy, cost-effective, longer-lasting and safer battery "building blocks". She has also held senior roles at Bridgewater Associates, LP, Arthur D. Little and Bell Communications Research, Inc. Currently, Christina serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Cadenza Innovation, LLC., an early-stage company she founded to develop high-performance, low-cost battery technologies. In that role she oversees a global intellectual property portfolio while leading partnerships with major global electric drive and energy storage suppliers.


cadenzainnovation.com

March 10, 2016 NY-BEST Board of Directors Christina Lampe-Onnerud, founder and CEO of Cadenza Innovation, was recently appointed to the Board of Directors for NY-BEST Continue Reading
NY-BEST Board of Directors - Cadenza Innovation Inc. Member organizations of the New York Battery and Energy Storage Technology Consortium (NY-BEST) at their annual meeting in March 2016 elected Christina Lampe-Onnerud, founder and CEO of Cadenza Innovation, to the NY-BEST Board of Directors for a two-year term of office. Christina will serve as an Energy Storage Industry Director.


www.boston-power.com [cached]

The deal with Beijing Electric Vehicle is Boston-Power's first with a Chinese carmaker, and the company expects the automotive industry to be its most important market, according to Christina Lampe-Onnerud, its international chairman.


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