Our Team


Christine WANG 王怡翔
Managing Partner, Beijing&Geneva

Christine has many years of experience in the renewable energy field as Asia market entry strategy and strategic alliance expert. She oversaw Goldwind wind farm projects investment evaluation, projects development management in Asia. Representing the wind blade company Red Blade, she achieved cooperation and contracts with Chinese SOE utilities/developers/turbine companies and a Korean turbine manufacture. She also developed annual IR plan, strategic analyst’s relations campaigns, and quarterly investor conferences for start-ups with road shows in Europe and US.  Until recently, she was the Asia head of danish MAKE Consulting, the leader in renewable energy reasearch and advisory. She is Taiwanese, graduated from NYU and speaks fluently English and Spanish,

Interests: renewable energy, smart grid, energy storage and anchoring.
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James WEMYSS 温世杰
Partner, Chongqing

James has been working in the political, financial and investment sector for more than a decade. He is currently managing the financing unit Stone Tan Financial of the Pacific Millennium Group providing capital loans, bank guarantees and financial leasing to SMEs in China. Previously at the Investment unit, he invested in China’s environment and water sector, corresponding for Global Water Intelligence and running the Shanghai Wokai chapter. Prior to coming to China, James worked in Capitol Hill for United States Senate‘s East Asian and Pacific Affairs office. He has an IMBA from Tsinghua University and MIT Sloan and a master degree from Georgetown University. He is American and speaks fluent Spanish and Chinese.

Interests: financing, policies, social media, water and packaging
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Patrick SCHULER 苏乐
Advisor, Geneva

Patrick has more than 20 years of strategic planning, entry strategy, external growth, project management and partnership building experience. He is now working for LEM and until recently was investing in Asian cleantech start-ups for the Idinvest Partners and EDF VC fund. Previously, he worked at Hewlett-Packard, Siemens, Areva and last for Alstom/Bouygues responsible for Smart Cities and chairman smart grid at the European Chamber of Commerce in Beijing. Patrick is dual-degree MBA graduate from HEC Paris and Tsinghua SEM in Beijing. He also holds a engineering master degree from ESIEE Paris and University of Savoie. He is German, born Swiss and speaks German, French, English and Chinese.

Interests: investment, green building, internet, smart grid and energy efficiency.