Tom Stephenson invited to present at Defense TechConnect 2019

Thomas J. Stephenson presents at Defense TechConnect

September 30, 2019

Pajarito Powder will participate in the sixth annual Defense TechConnect (DTC) Summit, which brings together defense, private industry, federal agency and academic leadership to accelerate development and adoption of state-of-the-art solutions for the warfighter and national security.  Pajarito Powder will exhibit at the Showcase and present at the Defense Innovation Challenge as a selectee.

The Defense Innovation Challenge is focused on delivering transformational technologies to providers of National Defense; Pajarito Powder is proud to participate in this fall’s event as an invited presenter. Thomas J. Stephenson, CEO and Chairman of Pajarito Powder stated, “Defense TechConnect is a premier venue for the agencies committed to providing our nation’s defenders the best in advanced technology; Pajarito Powder provides a component technology that will enable next generation solutions to include the best, most durable energy storage and conversion systems possible.”

The Defense TechConnect Summit & Expo will take place October 8-10 in National Harbor, MD at the Gaylord Hotel. Please stop by and say hello to Tom at booth 127W at the Showcase.

For more information please visit the Defense TechConnect website

Pajarito Powder, LLC is a venture-backed startup, funded by the Verge Fund, Omphalos Venture Partners and other investors, focused on developing next-generation catalysts and catalyst supports for the fuel cell and electrolyzer industries. Working with automotive OEMs, fuel cell component companies and major electrolyzer manufacturers, Pajarito Powder is an established leader in advanced catalyst and catalyst support development in rapidly developing clean/green hydrogen industries.

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