As the only truly portable form of clean energy, we know hydrogen has an important role in tomorrow’s power portfolio. We combined creative engineers from industries demanding superior design capabilities with talented green energy experts to rethink delivering the power of hydrogen from the ground up. The result is a growing portfolio of best-in-class solutions for the world’s most demanding industrial applications.
Infintium’s mission is to keep the world moving through sustainable energy.
Chief Executive Officer & President
Thomas is a Senior Executive with over 30 years of proven experience driving growth strategies for technology companies in multiple industries.
Prior to lnfintium, Thomas was a key member of the senior management team that started lnfor in 2002. During his nine-year tenure, lnfor grew from a single acquisition of $30 million to over $2 billion in revenues. He played an essential role in over 40 acquisitions, providing initial diligence on market and product strategy, as well as driving the successful restructuring and integration of the acquired entities.
Thomas was a principal and founder in several software ventures including Microhelp, which he grew from $300,000 in revenue to over $20 million in just three years. He has raised over $20 million in venture capital for several technology startups, and has been an angel investor for over fifteen years.
After attending Alfred University Ceramic Engineering program, Lynch started his 30-year technology career at Lanier Worldwide where he served in various sales management roles, product management and as the Vice President of Marketing. Later he began his entrepreneurial journey joining a startup, CTi Data, which designed products for the lBM 3270 market and was successfully sold to Mc Data in the late 1980s. He is a charter member of Georgia Tech’s Advanced Technology Center Founder Forum and a frequent speaker at technology events.
He is a charter member of Georgia Tech’s Advanced Technology Center Founder Forum and a frequent speaker at technology events.
Senior Vice President, Engineering & Development
John is the former General Manager and Vice President of Engineering at Proterra, an electronic bus manufacturer located in South Carolina. While at Proterra, John led the team that integrated the first hydrogen fuel cell as an onboard charging system for electronic buses. As General Manager, he directed the supply chain, engineering, certifications, customer service and developing the next generation vehicle which is now in production. Prior to Proterra, John spent twelve years at Cessna Aircraft in Kansas. He was the Director of Aircraft System Engineering, where he managed a team of 300+ engineers locally and 35 engineers internationally with an annual budget of $50 million. His team was responsible for systems design and certification of all new and existing aircraft both domestically and across the globe. John holds a BS in Electrical Engineering Technology and a BS in Business Economics from Southern Illinois University. He is currently serving as a board member on the Executive Committee for the Center for Transportation and the Environment.
Director of Supply Chain Management
Angela brings over 15 years of experience in Supply Chain and Lean Manufacturing with companies of all sizes and in a broad range of industries. She is responsible for the oversight of the company’s supplier management functions, including implementation of global supply chain strategies.
Prior to joining Infintium, Angela held positions of increasing responsibility with General Electric, Snap-on Power Tools and Proterra. Angela has a proven track record of driving bottom line results by applying lean manufacturing principles to many key Supply Chain functions including purchasing, materials management, production planning, and new product development.
Angela holds a BS in Business Management from the University of North Carolina Asheville and an MBA from Western Carolina University.
Director of Engineering
Michael’s past experience as the Lead Electrical Engineer at Proterra, while the company was developing its prototype battery dominant fuel cell hybrid transit bus, puts him in a unique position to develop the next generation fuel cell systems to the industry. He went on to lead the Battery Systems team at Proterra which developed new packs, modules, and electronics to improve the capabilities and reliability of the 40′ Catalyst electric transit bus.
Michael has filed numerous patents on behalf of the companies he has worked for relating to Power systems such as Battery Management and Fast Charging innovations. Most recently, Michael significantly reduced the cost to manufacture battery cells at Tesla Motors’ Gigafactory by redesigning the power electronics and reducing the total cost of ownership of the manufacturing process tooling. His expertise and analysis of the full system is saving over $100 million in future expenses for the factory while improving efficiency and reducing the footprint of the hardware.
Managing Director, Asia
Hu Quan is a seasoned marketing and sales expert with a track record in multiple industries. Prior to Infinitum, Quan was the Chief Operating Officer of Chetuan.com, a leading automotive e-commerce platform based in Shanghai, China. Within 1.5 years of joining the company, he grew annual revenue from $30 million to $1 billion by introducing new business models and leveraging partnership with key industry players.
Hu Quan holds an MBA from Emory University Goizueta Business School, MBA English from University of International Business and Economics, and a BS degree from Nanchang Institute of Aeronautical Technology.