Over 35 years of international, entrepreneurial experience. Created and grew a highly successful 600 unit trucking company . Developed a seven-location West Coast foreign auto franchise. Launched several US and international technology-related start-up companies in the power industry. Among these were development projects in both tar sands and solar power. Established a joint venture with the Navajo Nation to build a 100MW concentrated solar farm with extensions to take it to 5000MW. Processed and secured the necessary regulatory approvals. Co-developed a breakthrough, patent pending process for doubling the efficiency of coal generated power. Even more remarkable, this process additionally captures 99.9% of the Carbon Dioxide while eliminating the NOx and SOx. Powerdyne ,Inc. launched this exciting new technology in December 2010.
A hand’s on innovator - long and successful career in engineering, construction, mining, and coal technology. Privately owned and operated several companies in these industries. Built, retrofitted, and/or repaired coal-fired power plants around the world and in the U.S. Introduced new technology to the mining industry through the installation of computerized control programs, computerized mining equipment, and solid state D.C. generation systems for large electric strip mining machines, world’s largest electric controlled trucks, developed training of new equipment management techniques. built, retrofitted, and/or repaired coal-fired power plants around the world and in the U.S.. Gus designed and developed the concept for Powerdyne, Inc’s patent pending coal combustion system using proven technologies in a process format that will revolutionize energy production throughout the world.
Vincent DeVito is a corporate and regulatory attorney with a business focus on energy and clean technologies and is experienced in renewable energy development and corporate sustainability issues and has closely worked on legislative and regulatory corporate disclosure and compliance matters at the state, national, and international levels. Vincent has strategically advised members of the President's Cabinet, governors, ambassadors, and corporate leaders. Mr. DeVito currently serves as Director of the Institute for Energy and Sustainability in Central Massachusetts. He has worked in the general counsel's office of the U. S. Department of Energy and has served as the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Energy for Policy and International Affairs. In that capacity, he was responsible for developing strategic policy and international cooperation. Vincent oversaw the Climate Change Technology Program, and maintains government and industry contacts worldwide. While at the Department of Energy, he served as the U.S. manager of the North American Energy Working Group, a task force created to pursue the development of a fully integrated North American energy market. Mr. DeVito was counsel to the U.S.-Canada Power Outage Task Force that was established as a result of the electricity blackout in August 2003. Immediately prior to joining the Department of Energy, Mr. DeVito served as an energy lawyer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts within the legislative and at the Department of Public Utilities. Mr. DeVito has taken time to serve as a professional manager for several state and national political campaigns. Mr. DeVito is a frequent television commentator, speaker and author on issues regarding energy and climate change and has delivered numerous regulatory and policy addresses before such organizations as The World Energy Council, the International Atomic Energy Agency, the International Energy Agency, the Western Hemispheric Energy Ministerial, the Asian Pacific Economic Council, the Chatham House of London, the Center for Strategic International Studies, the International Energy Forum, and the Council for Environmental Cooperation.
Jimmy Y. Chen is an associate with Pepper Hamiltion LLP, resident in the Orange County office. Mr. Chen concentrates his practice in corporate transaction matters. He represents public and private companies in connection with all types of transaction matters, including mergers & aquisitions, technology transfer and licensing, and other complex commercial agreements. He also consults companies and individuals regarding the formation of joint ventures, strategic alliances and internal corporate investigations.
Rodney Alves is a seasoned business attorney dually educated, trained and licensed in Brazil and the U.S. Mr. Alves’ practice focuses on business transactions, corporate and investments with emphasis on mergers and acquisitions, startups, entertainment, contracts and project finance. Mr. Alves practiced for several years at major law firms in Brazil and the U.S. advising domestic and international clients on, among other things, business strategies, corporate matters and international deals, including the negotiation and preparation of all relevant documents in connection with the transactions.
With an entrepreneurial mindset, experienced, versatile and motivated, Mr. Alves has unique skills to advance the international interests and businesses for companies, especially in Latin America. He is recognized with the unique ability to translate business drivers and needs to a highly technical audience and concepts to bottom line terminology that proves its value. Mr. Alves is fluent in Portuguese, English and Spanish and he has written several articles and participated in several seminars as speaker.
- Former U.S. Secretary of Energy under President Bush, leading a federal department with a $23 Billion budget and more than 100,000 federal and contractor employees - Serves as non-executive Chairman of AREVA inc., the North American subsidiary of the French nuclear energy company - Serves on the board for Occidental Petroleum and ICx Technologies
- Served as Senior Advisor to Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham and lead Department representative on international strategy matters - Has advanced energy policy abroad while working with nations in the Middle East, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific - Performed key assignments with the International Energy Agency, International Atomic Energy Agency, International Energy Forum, North American Initiative, and the Western Hemispheric and U.S. - African Energy Ministerial Conferences
POWERDYNE will utilize a licensing business model. We will license companies that are experienced and capable of manufacturing our system and constructing either a new facility or ...Read article »
The average power plant uses 0.7 tons of coal to produce 1MW. Per our heat and mass balance, 20 tons of coal produces 64.46MW prior to the generator. Based on these...Read article »