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Vice Chair GE (F-Class) Roundtable
Anthony Laschon
Dominion Energy

Anthony "Tony" Laschon began his career in 2007 working for Dominion Energy while studying engineering at Virginia Commonwealth University and working as an engineering intern.

Since that time Tony has filled various roles within the company including station engineer, engineering and technical support for new combined cycle construction, new gas turbine build, gas turbine inspections and major maintenance for Dominion Energy's gas turbine fleet. He currently works in the Combustion Turbine Fleet Engineering group with a focus on GE 7F gas turbines and "other duties as assigned".

Tony received his BA in Mathematics from University of the Cumberlands in 2003 and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2010.

Tony has been a member of CTOTF since the Spring of 2015 and has served as the Vice-Chair of the GE F Class Roundtable since the Fall 2017.

Position Objective:To provide incremental business value to the CTOTF™ membership by facilitating communications, information, and discussion among CTOTF™ members, equipment manufacturers, and service providers for the GE F Classes of combustion turbines and to assist the GE (F-Class) Roundtable Chair and the GE Roundtables Sr. Chair in planning and conducting the GE Roundtables.
Position:GE (F/FA-Class) Roundtable Vice Chair Position Duties and ResponsibilitiesDuties and Responsibilities
This Roundtable is provided for Member Users, to exchange information towards resolving problems, issues and concerns, pertaining to GE's F Classes of combustion turbines.

Discussion topics for this Roundtable include: Centerline Equipment and Components, Ancillary Systems, Inlets, Exhausts, Controls and Protection, Inlet Air Conditioning and Performance Testing.