16.05.2019 - 01:01 Uhr

Innolith Appoints Carrie Lin as China Chief Representative

Innolith, a leading Swiss battery technology company, has appointed Carrie Lin as the company’s Chief Representative for China. Lin, a senior executive with extensive experience in the power technology industry in China, is to lead Innolith’s sales and marketing in the country as the company develops sales and licensing agreements.

Innolith Appoints Carrie Lin as China Chief Representative (Photo: Business Wire)

Lin brings over two decades of experience in senior sales and marketing roles within the electric energy industry. Prior to joining Innolith, she worked as the National Executive for General Electric’s Grid Solutions, where she oversaw order intake grow by 32%. Lin also served as Chief Executive Officer at Landis+Gyr, a leading energy management and smart grid company.

“China is a very important market to us for both customers and licensing partners,” said Innolith CEO Sergey Buchin. “Carrie’s wealth of experience in the power industry and deep insight into the Chinese market makes her a perfect fit for the new role of Chief Representative to China. We’re all delighted to have her on board and look forwards to working with her closely in the next stage of Innolith’s development.”

Lin’s areas of expertise include new market development and policy advocacy. She obtained a B. Eng. In electrical engineering at the Tsing Hua University in Beijing, China, and later went on to study Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Manitoba in Canada.

About Innolith

Innolith AG is an energy technology company, headquartered in Basel Switzerland, that is pioneering an inorganic battery technology platform with a suite of products which includes high power, long cycle-life and safe batteries. The company has also announced the development of the first 1000 Wh/kg battery that will be capable of powering an Electric Vehicle for over 1000km. Innolith conducts primary research at its labs in Bruchsal, Germany and its technology is already deployed on the PJM network in the US for frequency regulation.