Tom has been working on energy and power generation projects for commercial and residential buildings for 18 years, with prior thermal analyses and combustion experience in the aerospace industry, including the solid rocket motors for the Space Shuttle.
Tom brings a wealth of project engineering, people management, and technical skills he’s honed while working for established corporations, as well as fledgling startups in the “cleantech” field.
He’s been a member of international code and safety committees for hydrogen and fuel cells, has led projects with key industry players in North America, Europe, and Asia, and spends some of his spare time on industry advisory boards and as an adjunct professor for local colleges and universities.
Tom received his doctoral degree from Penn State University, his master’s degree from the University of Illinois, and his bachelor’s degree from the University of Dayton. Tom is a registered Professional Engineer in Oregon, Washington, and Pennsylvania.