McLean, Va.-based Deep Water Point (DWP) announced Nov. 2 the appointment of former Dept. of Energy CTO and Senior Executive Peter Tseronis as a principal.
“DWP considers it essential that investors have an enhanced understanding about technology investments within the federal sector and have ready-access to this information. In short, we will maintain keen insight into which existing and disruptive technologies are likely to transform the landscape,” DWP’s Managing Partner Howard Seeger said.
Tseronis will be charged with developing and leading DWP’s new business practice to assist the investor and entrepreneurial communities to navigate federal agency opportunities and gain access to federal funding. His federal career spans more than 24 years and four administrations.
“Given his unique experience, Pete maintains a unique capability to keep pace with evolving technology advancements, demands, applications, risks and threats,” DWP partner and former DOE executive John Przysucha said. “As an innovation advocate for the technology transfer and commercialization of intellectual property, Pete is an effective and credible collaborator across the national laboratory, government, industry and academic eco-system. And, as a strong advocate for technological innovation, he created the advocacy and technology exchange forum to promote entrepreneurship and innovation while streamlining information sharing across public and private sectors. We are excited to have him as a member of our team.”