TransPower’s mission is to develop and commercialize advanced power generation and conversion technologies that improve efficiency, reduce fossil fuel consumption, and improve the environment. To that end, the TransPower team is bringing to market an exciting range of zero-emission transportation solutions for heavy-duty vehicles. TransPower also offers stationary energy storage systems scheduled to be deployed within the next year, and a game changing “hybrid nuclear” technology that will take about a decade to fully develop, but which has the potential to meet global electric power generation needs for the next 10,000 years.
Please join us as Tom Bartley, TransPower's Director of Strategic Development, gives an overview of the company's innovative products and technologies.
Mr. Bartley has more than 45 years of experience in general business, marketing, project and product management, and engineering research and development with companies ranging from startups to large corporations, and has been the Director of Strategic Development for Transportation Power, Inc. since June 2011. Prior to joining TransPower in 2011, Mr. Bartley spent several years as a consultant and business analyst specializing in transportation and energy. Drawing on his strong technical background, Mr. Bartley has developed systems concepts and written 39 patent applications. A regular author contributor to John Addison’s on-line Clean Fleet Report, known throughout the industry, Mr. Bartley is a recurring conference speaker and has published several papers on heavy-duty hybrid-electric technology and energy storage applications to bus, truck, and rail vehicles. He continues to consult on business and technology development issues in energy and transportation. Mr. Bartley is a member of the Energy and Water Committee of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce and has been a member of sub committees on regional transportation, energy use, and airport planning. He is a member of the board of directors of the San Diego Regional Clean Cities Coalition.