HYTECH POWER, LLC

THE HYDROGEN EXPERTS

Located in Redmond, Washington, HyTech Power is a hydrogen power solutions company dedicated to creating clean, efficient and renewable energy solutions. Initially, the company is delivering fuel efficiency products to the U.S. diesel retrofit market using unique, patented software and hardware technology. 

EXECUTIVE TEAM

JERRY ALLYNE
CHIEF EXECUTIVE
OFFICER

Jerry Allyne is the chief executive officer of HyTech Power, where he leads the company in the commercialization of the company’s products. Allyne oversees all aspects of business operations, including technology and product development, sales, marketing, operations and supply chain.

 

Prior to joining HyTech Power, Allyne was the vice president of strategic planning and analysis at The Boeing Company. He started as an electrical engineer in in Silicon Valley in 1983. Allyne brings over thirty years of service with Boeing, with leadership responsibilities in finance, strategic planning and integration, product strategy, market analysis, competitive analysis, supply chain management, biofuels, and new-business evaluation.

 

Allyne earned his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Washington, his MBA from the Foster School of Business and a PMD from Harvard Business School.

EVAN JOHNSON
CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

Evan Johnson is the chief technology officer of HyTech Power. Johnson has been passionate about hydrogen power since first researching the possibility as a young adult and is responsible for driving HyTech Power’s technology development and product design. 

 

Johnson has over twenty years of executive technology experience spanning a number of fields including general mechanics, construction, programming, software development, and alternative energy research and development. In 2011, Johnson partnered with Innovation Norway (Innovsjon Norge) to conduct hydrogen research and development and produce a hydrogen powered energy farm. Prior to that, he was the president of a private company focused on video production, where he developed several video compression algorithms and technology.

 

Johnson attended Seattle Pacific University.