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Thomas H Hattery

Federal Project Executive

Thomas H. Hattery

Oak Ridge National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy

From 2002 until today, Tom has been a Federal Project Executive for DOE’s Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP). In this role Tom assists Federal agencies with alternatively financed energy improvements through vehicles like Energy Savings Performance Contracting (ESPC) and Utility Energy Savings Contracting.

From 1997 to 2002 Hattery was an Assistant Director of the Maryland Energy Administration where he managed several programs including Maryland’s Energy Performance Contracting, Million Solar Roofs, Home Energy Rating System, Biomass fuel.

Tom Hattery is a former president of the Energy Services Coalition, a national organization promoting energy savings performance contracting.

A native of Maryland, Tom Hattery was raised on the family farm and worked on the farm and later in the family business, a small publishing company, Lomond Publications, Inc.

An honors graduate of The American University, Hattery studied government and political science and was awarded a bachelor's degree in 1974.

Hattery is the editor and author of a book on the history and politics of western Maryland, Western Maryland: A Profile.

Mr. Hattery still resides on and manages the 300 acre family farm in Frederick County, Maryland.