Albuquerque, N.M. – April 16, 2015 – Enerpulse Technologies (OTCQB: ENPT) manufacturer of Pulstar® spark plugs, announced today the appointment of Matt Ingram as Director of Aftermarket Sales. Ingram will take on global responsibility for growing revenues in the following market segments:

  • Automotive and Power Sports Aftermarket
  • NatGas Industrial Engine Aftermarket
  • NatGas Vehicular Conversion Market

Ingram has 15 years of hands-on sales and marketing experience in the automotive aftermarket. Most recently, he served as Regional Sales Manager for CTEK Power, Inc., a Sweden-based manufacturer of smart battery chargers sold into the global OEM and aftermarket verticals. Ingram brings an established network of solid business relationships and a demonstrated track record of achieving revenue growth in a variety of automotive and technology-based markets.

“I am excited about Enerpulse’s plasma-assisted combustion technology,” said Matt Ingram. “Pulstar Spark Plugs represent the epitome of technological innovation in the internal combustion engine and I can’t wait to introduce it to my many friends and colleagues in the industry.”

According to Joseph Gonnella, CEO of Enerpulse Technologies, “We are pleased to be working with Matt. He is well regarded in the aftermarket sector and brings a proven track record of delivering revenue growth; we expect measurable contributions from Matt in the coming months. His appointment highlights Enerpulse’s commitment to robust revenue growth in our aftermarket segments.”


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Caption: Matt Ingram appointed Enerpulse Technologies’ Director of Aftermarket Sales.

Enerpulse Technologies, Inc. is a publicly traded company headquartered in Albuquerque, N.M. Founded in 2004; the company develops and manufactures ultra-high performance, low emissions ignition products through the application of pulse power technology. For more information, visit

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