Fred E. Witham Joins Vision Industries Advisory Board
LOS ANGELES, May 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Vision Industries Corp. (OTC Bulletin Board: VIIC), producers of zero emission electric/hydrogen hybrid trucks, is pleased to announce that Fred E. Witham has joined our advisory board.
Mr. Witham brings with him a wealth of experience specific to our segment of the heavy duty vehicle market. Most recently he was the Senior Principal Systems Engineer/Project Engineer for BAE Systems, Electronics & Integrated Systems. In this position he was the project lead for the development of a compound hybrid electric transit vehicle involving the integration and testing of hydrogen fuel cell auxiliary power units and associated systems. He worked in concert with Federal Transit Administration and non-profit CALSTART to demonstrate commercial viability of hydrogen fuel cell based systems. Project lead for development and concept demonstration of an ultra-capacitor-based energy storage system. Technical Lead in support of Business Development activities including capture strategy / planning and proposal planning, development and management for pursuit of U.S. and foreign government contract opportunities. Broad experience with requirements review and analysis, compliance assessment, trade studies and analyses, identification of and justification for technical solutions.
Martin Schuermann, President & CEO of Vision stated, “We are welcoming Mr. Witham’s vast experience in the commercial and military application of fuel cell technologies in vehicles. He has been a pioneer in this industry during his past engagements and will be an important asset for Vision.”
About Vision Industries Corp.
Vision is a developer of zero emission electric/hydrogen hybrid powered vehicles and turnkey hydrogen fueling systems. Vision’s proprietary electric/hydrogen hybrid drive system combines the superior acceleration of a battery powered electric vehicle with the extended range provided by a hydrogen fuel cell. Vision uses major manufacturers as partners or sub contractors to produce its vehicles. This business approach avoids massive outlays of startup capital. Many regional, state and federal alternative energy programs in the form of grants, subsidies, tax credits and loans exist or are planned. For more information on Vision Industries Corp., please visit www.visionindustriescorp.com
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