E-Finity names Senior Sales Engineer
| December 14, 2011
E-Finity Distributed Generation has named Jerry Todd as Senior Sales Engineer of its expanded sales and service operations center based in Clarksburg, West Virginia. Todd’s responsibilities will include extending the company’s product offerings and customer reach throughout the shale gas region as well as working with existing clients to enhance the reliability and expansion of their onsite natural gas power systems.
“Jerry’s addition to the E-Finity team provides another important step toward their ongoing expansion in the shale gas marketplace,” said Jim Crouse, Capstone’s executive vice president of sales and marketing. “His experience and in-depth industry knowledge will immediately benefit E-Finity, Capstone and every one of our customers.”
Todd has more than 20 years of experience within the energy industry, including various positions within Dominion. For more than 10 years, he served as project manager and engineer at Dominion Transmission in Clarksburg, West Virginia, where he was responsible for the multi-million dollar upgrades of numerous natural gas compressor stations and pipeline projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. During this time, Todd developed several projects utilizing Capstone microturbines, including the Crayne Compressor Station Upgrade, which the Environmental Protection Agency recognized with a 2011 Energy Star Award.
“Jerry’s experience with the Capstone product and considerable knowledge of the oil & gas industry makes him the perfect fit for E-Finity’s continued growth in the Marcellus Shale play,” said Jim Bondi, E-Finity’s director of operations.
Todd has also served as a component and systems engineer at the Dominion Virginia Power, North Anna Nuclear Power Station for five years, as well as a power station operator at the Dominion Energy, Morgantown Power Station, both of which he was involved in maintenance support of the electrical component systems at each facility.
Todd holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from West Virginia University, a career studies certificate in Heating, A/C and Refrigeration from Piedmont Community College and a Certificate of Achievement from the Nuclear Engineering Support Personnel Training Program at the Nuclear Training Facility at the North Anna Power Station.