Where in the World is Jason Foess?

Jason came to Teledyne Energy in 2004 and began working as a Production Manager supervising the manufacturing of hydrogen generators.

With 2 years of experience in hydrogen generator manufacturing, Jason moved to the field service division. He became the go to Field Service Engineer for implementing and commissioning hydrogen generators. Jason was promoted to Engineering Manager after several years in the field and now would contribute to the enhancement of the hydrogen generator design.

Currently as a Business Manager, Jason focuses on all aspects of the customer interface with Teledyne. His role is to explain the equipment (HM, HMXT, and EC – Titan and EL) and work with the customer to develop a solution for their hydrogen production needs. Jason travels to build customer relations, review customer specs, and provide quoting/proposal work when needed.

Jason’s many traveled countries include Saudi Arabia, India, Germany, United Emirates, China, Russia, South Korea, Japan, Vietnam, Singapore, Indonesia, El Salvador, Columbia, Peru, Chili, Argentina, Brazil, Oman, and South Africa. Jason has made many friends during his travels. Recently, one of those friends in India honored Jason with an invitation to his wedding!

When asked what he feels has been his biggest accomplishment, he said “being the Engineering Manager during the introduction of HMXT generator in 2008. It was an entirely new system design, new membrane, and new cell design; TESI had not developed a new cell in 20 years.”

“Also exciting was serving as a Production Manager for several NASA projects – most recently the Mars Rover project.”

If a customer wants to finalize a project, Jason can be on the road within a day. It’s all about the customer needs. When asked what he most likes about his job, Jason said…..

“It’s exciting to work directly with the customers. I get to meet people from all over the world. Everyone has unique challenges and I enjoy helping the customer with solutions and bringing new technology to the world.”

Jason is currently preparing for a trip abroad to present yet another solution to a customer’s request!

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