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Environmental Energy & Finance Corporation Power Plants with Proven Technology

www.eefcenergy.com

EEFC Designs Builds and Operates Power Plants and Renewable Energy Plants worldwide through qualified Teaming Partners.

2012

2454 Tanager Circle, Concord, CA 94520 USA (415)828-9930


Environmental Energy & Finance Corporation (EEFC) is a Developer of Power Plants with qualified Renewable Energy and Traditional Power Plants and only uses the “Best in Class” Technologies that provides Environmental Protection and passes USA and European Union strict emissions controls. EEFC has developed close working relationships with some of the Leading Construction and Engineering Companies of the World to give experience and excellent completed projects throughout the World.         

AECOM / Tishman Construction Company POSCO Engineering & Construction Company Hyundai Engineering Company RW Beck International Applied Engineering Company GE Energy Siemens Alstom Power Generation Honeywell

The Team has experience and many finished projects throughout the World. EEFC is working with several top Insurance providers; AON, Zurich International Insurance, Insurance for Process Guarantee, Engineering, Construction Services, Feedstock Receiving, and Finance Commitment Guarantees offered by Leading World Insurance Companies.

EEFC Management & Engineers Richard H. Stone - CEO and the founder of EEFC, lead person working with the EXIM Bank, and developer of EEFC business model. Stone developed an Insurance Program that has full wrap and protection of Project Funding. Stone worked 12 years in Disaster Relief as lead Field Supervisor for building emergency housing and worked for many NGO Companies. Richard is classified as a World Authority in Low Cost Housing by the OFDA State Department of the USA. Additionally, Stone developed a housing program called GlobalHome Township, for which the IFC-World Bank Group funded a feasibility study in El Salvador. Stone has an extensive background in International business, marketing, exporting, professional photography, and web research. Steven Hawkes - Lead Management. Steven has over 38 years’ experience in the energy and power field sectors, and has a strong power plant background, stemming from an education at Maine Maritime Academy. He has a wide array of experience operating and maintaining a broad range of power plants, both stationary and marine, and has considerable experience in biomass and solid fuel operations. This includes six years of experience in start-up management of new (independent) power plants. He also has extensive experience in starting and testing new plants and systems, writing test protocol, and conducting performance tests, training plant personnel, writing plant-specific operation and maintenance manuals, developing conceptual designs for co-generation plants including performance and feasibility analysis. 1


For the last 15 years, Steven has been working in Jamaica in the energy sector; supplying, installing and servicing; diesel and gas turbine power plants, boilers and switchgear to industrial and utility clients and also supplying and installing standby power systems for small business and residential clients. He has been providing engineering consulting services to the Sugar Company of Jamaica, the Government of Jamaica and other industrial clients, doing plant inspection and assessment, along with feasibility analysis and proposals for cogeneration projects. Steven graduated with a 3.95 GPA and 1st in class from Maine Maritime Academy, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Marine Engineering and attained a USCG License – Chief Engineer of Steam or Motor Vessel or Motor Vessels of any Horsepower. Peter Horn - Lead Management. Peter has had a long career in project development and management, spanning over 35 years, and his experience has always been to apply optimal solutions to ensure reliability, and lifecycle cost in every project that has been undertaken. In taking a project from concept to completion, he has always taken great pride in team building, along with a hands-on approach, and a ‘get-it-done’ attitude. Through site selection, permit identification and procurement, oversight of conceptual and detailed engineering material procurement, construction management and start-up and initial operation, Peter brings to EDL a wealth and depth of experience that ensures the corporation is able to deliver and execute innovative turnkey power plant solutions on a worldwide basis. His experience includes; EPC (Engineering – site, permit and design, Procurement and Construction, including Operations), in major power generation, biomass, thermal, bio-diesel, heavy oil, and natural gas projects on a worldwide basis, ranging from Russia to North and South America. He also has significant experience in solar electric & thermal systems, and wind power. Bruce S. Claitor - Bruce has a background as an Independent International Land Development Real Estate Broker; International Assistant Superintendent / Journeyman Carpenter; Building Inspector for FEEMA – for the Northridge Earthquake; International Code Council Residential Building Inspector; Promoter of Waste to Energy systems; Alternative Building Methods, Green Building & Sustainable Development; and has worked, lived or extensively traveled in 29 countries. James L. Stevens - CFO and financial executive with broad experience in all aspects of accounting, auditing and financial management. Direct experience with early stage technology companies, financial services and real estate. Jim has extensive experience in financial consulting and venture capital including turnaround and restructuring plus feasibilities and appraisal reports for funding structures. Myung Sun Lee - Chairman of EEFC Asia and founder of POLESTAR. Mr. Lee has developed many South Korean high level contacts in business and government and he is on the Export Committee of the Government to promote Korean Business in other Asian countries. Lee has been working in Environmental Technologies for the past 25 years and is known for being a top renewable energy technology networker between United States and Korea. Stone and Lee started EEFC together in 2001. Johnnie Ringo - Webmaster and Manager of Informational Services for website. Air Force trained and was connected with black-Bird Program in Northern California and Beal Air Force Base in the 80’s. David Feider - Lead Engineer in Renewable Energy specializing in Waste to Energy Technologies to produce Electricity from a variety types of waste stream in MSW /RDF plus Wind and Solar with over 25 years’ experience in environmental project requirements. Mr. Feider also has extensive experience the 2


grant writing and review processes necessary for leading government and construction company feasibility studies in order to qualify for funding requirements. Feider has produced a proof-of-concept horizontal-axis wind turbine under the company, PEER Group LLC and is currently leading his wind turbine project in the design-for-manufacturing phase. For four years David was involved in developing innovative designs, building and testing the original prototype unit for a small scale wind turbine. More recently he has been focusing on independent consulting with a focus on innovation and technology in renewable energy including wind turbines, wind turbine controllers, photovoltaic solar and hydro electric energy.

Engineering Division International Applied Engineering Charles Humphrey, Principal Engineer & Partner www.iaeinc.com EMAIL: CEH@IAEinc.com Mechanical engineer with twenty years of experience in the engineering, design, manufacture, and project management of process equipment in the pulp and paper, steel, cement, and chemical industries. Extensive experience in engineering and project management of supply only and complete turnkey installations of air pollution control equipment, heat exchangers, and materials handling systems. Experience includes design, marketing, cost estimation, and firm price proposals complete with guarantees and warranties for performance; managing the design, manufacture, and installation of air pollution control equipment and developing operations and maintenance manuals. Charles Churchman P.E., VP Engineering, Plant Systems, Chemical & Process Engineering: Background in chemical engineering and alternative energy systems including biomass-to-energy, Responsible for all engineering activities at IAE including design, feasibility studies, cost estimating, and technology development. Specific areas of expertise include facilities/utilities engineering, process engineering for plant design, and simulation/modeling including Aspen™, ChemCAD™, and Barracuda™. This also includes development and implementation of plant projects including synthetic gas technology, MSW waste-to-energy, and applications of Fischer-Tropsch technology. Prior to IAE, his experience includes process engineering for chemical and pharmaceutical plants; phosphoric acid plant and FCC catalyst plant production facilities, formaldehyde production plants, and combined cycle power plants. Mr. Churchman has been in a leadership role on projects worth hundreds of millions of dollars. Jack Clement P.E., Principal Engineer, Recovery & Power Boilers: Pulp and paper industry recovery and power boiler and systems specialist. Retired from The Babcock & Wilcox Company, with a broad technical and marketing knowledge of boiler products and their applications. Involved in the broad areas of boiler design, application, operation and performance. Active in the TAPPI Steam and Power Committee and the Black Liquor Recovery Boiler Advisory Committee. Holder of several boiler and process patents. Published and presented twenty two technical papers in North America and internationally. Responsible for managing the engineering of refinery gasfired boilers in Mexico, investigation of Recovery Boiler incidents for AF & PA, Chairman of the BLRBAC

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Waste Streams subcommittee and participated in a technical team evaluating alternatives to improve black liquor gasification. Gerald (Gary)Elliott, Executive Consultant & President, Power Development: Twenty seven years’ experience in the energy generation field and a leading expert in the development of energy projects. Experienced in applying energy conversion technologies utilizing renewable energy sources, especially biomass. Technical responsibility as Principal Engineer, specializing in consulting projects for utilities, developers, financial institutions, businesses, and governmental organizations. Functional responsibility is to lead the marketing and business development arm of IAE. This includes development of and coordination of the transfer of proprietary technologies, including drying, gasification and other energy conversion technologies, from companies supplying the technologies to licensees and users. Considerable expertise in biomass and other specialty fuel applications such as gasification evaluation and design, biomass drying applications and evaluations, EPC contract negotiations, and power plant design and operations. Matt Gedney MBA, Contracts Administrator, Power Applications: Develops renewable energy projects and provides consulting, marketing and procurement services including representation and advocacy on behalf of clients with government agencies and independent sanctioning entities. Provides corporate clients with green and renewable energy program development and management services. Sells and markets Green Certificates derived from electricity produced by biomass facilities. Experience in high-tech manufacturing industries and research and development administration. Has worked extensively with government agencies and non-profit organizations on environmental and energy issues. Worked at the Georgia legislature and served in various professional and volunteer roles with the Georgia Environmental Council and the Georgia chapter of the Sierra Club. Carl Linderoth, Principal Engineer, Power Generation Systems: Primary responsibilities include providing technical expertise and judgment in alternative energy systems including equipment, I&C, plant cycles and start-up services. Supervised the installation, integration and commercial operation of biomass fuel drying systems in many different applications throughout North America including power generation for a 35 MW equivalent pulp and paper application. Managed the installation and start-up of turnkey systems and trained plant personnel in the operation and maintenance of power generation systems. Led the design of unique applications for biomass drying systems including co-firing with fossil fuels, sludge drying for fuel purposes and 100% suspension firing to replace oil. Supervised engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) personnel, provided manufacturing startup expertise; and, tuning of retrofit gasifier and combustion systems for energy clients. Bill Markert, Manager Engineering, Mechanical Design: Currently responsible for managing the conceptual and detail design activities of power projects and systems at IAE. Also performs cost estimates and works directly with clients. At present, directing multiple alternative energy projects utilizing the conversion of woody biomass to gas or steam. 4


Background includes machine design, manufacturing oversight and documentation. Bill holds a BS degree in Aerospace Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology Don Short, Principal Engineer & Partner, Project Management: Thirty-two years in the field of electric power generation. This includes the responsibility for coordinating the procurement and installation of mechanical equipment; and, directing engineers and designers. Experience includes technical and economic evaluations, cost estimates, budgets, schedules, procurement, installation, start up, testing, operation, and maintenance of projects and systems. In addition, made technical evaluations and decisions required to meet the clean water National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) compliance for all power generating plants operated by a major southeast utility and for calculating the air emission for dozens of power facilities. David V. Tennant PE, PMP, MBA, Executive Consultant, Development & Applications: Twenty-five years in the energy generation field as an experienced Executive with a successful track record in engineering, operations, marketing, management, planning, process improvement, and consulting. Directed projects worth over $3.5 billion in engineering, manufacturing and power generation. International experience includes projects in Canada, New Zealand, the Caribbean basin, Germany and Finland. Managed staff up to 130 with full P/L responsibility. Mark G. Bauer, COO Mark is a seasoned Executive with a demonstrated experience in Renewable Energy and Power Industry development, construction, and operations both domestically and internationally. Founding Partner in obtaining $168 million in private equity funding for the startup of Green Earth Fuels. Experienced in assembling, motivating and leading multicultural teams for “Fast Track” construction and operation of power generation and industrial facilities. Mark has proven experience in managing reliable, efficient and cost effective operations and maintenance of revenue producing assets. Direct experience working in extreme locations from the Arctic to the Amazon Basin and clearly understand and know how to apply the lessons learned from working in such culturally diverse and environmentally extreme locations. Mark also has a demonstrated track record for safety and environmental management, which are important elements, consistently and rigorously applied, in all of my projects and operations. Experienced in corporate management and controls as well as management of profit and loss at the business unit level. Experienced in preparing and presenting executive level reports and presentations to boards of directors, lenders and investors. Mark has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, from University of Alaska and is fluent in speaking & reading Spanish and Portuguese, as well as English. Mark Mollo – Engineering Manager Mark brings more than 25 years of aerospace & energy experience as a lead engineer/manager and wide ranging experience in the design / build of energy projects including cellulosic ethanol, and power generation. His depth of knowledge in energy projects covers Solar, Biomass, Gasification, and Biofuels production using a wide range of feedstock’s and processes. Mark is experienced in cellulosic ethanol process technology for processing sorghum, straw/grasses, pulp and paper including chemical engineering, process flows, PFD’s P&IDs, Permits, (pump, pipe and power sizing analysis), plant drawings 5


and construction management and operations. Mark’s Electrical Engineering experience is in avionics system specification and design, medical systems specification design and FDA filings, graphical display system design, heads up display system design, video processing system design, Ultrasound system specification and design (beam-former both analog path and digital steering and focusing), Ethernet, Sonet system design. He has extensive experience in module design, programmable logic (large scale), ASICs, wide band low noise analog design, PLL and DPLL designs, very high speed digital designs, parallel processing designs, bus structures and digital. Key Personnel Gary Ridout – Power Projects Manager – International Through nearly 30 years of experience in Design / Build of gasification & biomass plants, and energy projects completed successfully throughout the world, Gary brings hands on design build knowledge in renewable fuels plants. In Energen, Gary validates project requirements and design as well as managing the procurement of all energy system components. Troy Murch – Construction Manager – International With dozens of mechanical & energy projects completed successfully, Troy brings over twenty years of code quality Power Plant & Mechanical Process Construction Experience, as well as years as a Construction Superintendent to execute the build out. In Energen, Troy works closely with Gary to insure “least cost” procurement of all project components. Bill Moran – Field Engineering Manager - International Bill brings nearly 40 years’ experience in Utility grade power production, transmission, and distribution. He has managed wind power projects in adverse climates and integrated new technologies into existing systems. He will be the Field Engineering Manager for all International Operations. Alberic Robichaud – I&C Engineer Coordination and design of Plant Instrumentation & Controls (I&C) system, including installation, loop check, tuning and commissioning. Thelma McCatty – Agricultural & Technical Services – Consultant Former VP of Agricultural & Technical Services , Sugar Company of Jamaica, with expertise in sugarcane production technology and management; agriculture and natural resources management; environmental policy planning; program design, implementation and evaluation; feasibility and impact assessments; contracts negotiation and administration; institutional capacity building; horticulture, crop production and agribusiness management. Thelma was awarded a Fulbright Foundation "Ecology Grant for the Americas" and attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Special Programme for Urban and Regional Studies. Areas of focus at MIT included advanced courses in environmental policy planning; ecological assessments; environmental law; natural resources management; culminating in a research project in the emerging field of market-based mechanisms for pollution control. 6


Hans Thuijs – Consultant Worked with DUNA as expert consultant for this State Corporation to develop the first Ethanol-Biogas project in East Europe. DUNA Liaison to ICRISAT in Hyderabad, India, the center of sweet sorghum development for the semi-tropics in Asia, America and Africa, for tests with hybrid super sweet sorghum. Tobias Koch – Consultant Main Fields of Expertise - International climate policy, Kyoto Flexible Mechanisms project design, International Emissions Trading

Inquiries: Richard H. Stone, CEO Environmental Energy & Finance Corporation Mobile Phone – (415) 828-9930 Skype – globalhome2 www.eefcenery.com Artist conception of WTE Plant

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GE Energy - LMS100 Aeroderivative Gas Turbines Defining a new era of flexible power generation, GE’s revolutionary LMS100® provides a single, economical solution for the dispatch needs of nearly every condition. With unparalleled efficiency, 10minute start times, unmatched hot day performance, load following and cycling capabilities, the LMS100 is the ideal solution for power generation planners and developers.

Features & Benefits GE’s LMS100 provides an economical solution for the dispatch needs of nearly every condition. With 44% simple cycle efficiency, 10-minute starts, superior hot-day performance, load following and cycling

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capabilities and proven high reliability, the LMS100 is the ideal solution for power generation planners and developers.     

Peaking power generation Load following power generation Mid-merit power generation Base load power generation Grid Stability

Emissions from the Combustion of Natural Gas - Natural gas is the cleanest of all the fossil fuels, as evidenced in the Environmental Protection Agency’s data comparisons in the chart below, which is still current as of 2010. Composed primarily of methane, the main products of the combustion of natural gas are carbon dioxide and water vapor, the same compounds we exhale when we breathe. Coal and oil are composed of much more complex molecules, with a higher carbon ratio and higher nitrogen and sulfur contents. This means that when combusted, coal and oil release higher levels of harmful emissions, including a higher ratio of carbon emissions, nitrogen oxides (NOx), and sulfur dioxide (SO2). Coal and fuel oil also release ash particles into the environment, substances that do not burn but instead are carried into the atmosphere and contribute to pollution. The combustion of natural gas, on the other hand, releases very small amounts of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides, virtually no ash or particulate matter, and lower levels of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and other reactive hydrocarbons.

Heat recovery steam generators (HRSG) by Alstom are designed to deliver high performance and crucial efficiencies in gas power plants – all at a cost effective price.

The power generation market demands that combined cycle power plants increase capacity at a lower cost, operate efficiently and cycle more often to meet with strict environmental controls. Alstom’s automation and control solutions manage the energy dispatched by your gas power plant, from fuel supply and plant performance to emission monitoring and grid connections for maximum flexibility. 9


The ALSPA速 Series 6 product line provides a consistent technology from low-level controls to high level asset management dashboard and optimization tools. This Alstom automation and control solution ensures data consistency and an ideal platform for power operators in plant and fleet management requiring remote feature centralization.

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