Tom Jarvi currently serves as the General Manager, Energy Storage for Lockheed Martin Energy. In this capacity, Tom has overall operational responsibility for the Company’s integrated-systems product line and the commercialization of an advanced flow battery. Tom took his current role following the acquisition of Sun Catalytix by Lockheed Martin in 2014. Between 2010 and 2014, Tom was Chief Technology Officer of Sun Catalytix Corporation. At Sun Catalytix, Tom focused on technology strategy and program execution. Prior to joining Sun Catalytix, Tom served in key engineering leadership positions at UTC Power, including as the Director of Cell Stack Engineering, and the Director of Technology Development. At the time, UTC Power Corporation was a world leader in fuel cell technology and deployment. During his time at UTC Power, Tom was intimately involved in resolving durability problems, and developing and commercializing transportation and stationary fuel cells with record-setting endurance. Tom started his industrial career at the United Technologies Research Center where his efforts focused primarily on fundamental degradation mechanisms of fuel cells.
Tom received his B.S. from the University of Illinois and his Ph.D. from the University of Washington, both in Chemical Engineering.