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Geoff Hirson, President

Hirson brings to the table over 35 years of entrepreneurial experience in building and developing successful companies, including international experience as well as successful business development in the U.S. In a joint venture with the Navajo Nation, he was able to obtain the necessary approvals to build a 100MW concentrated solar farm on tribal land, with extensions to take it to 5,000MW At the same time, he was developing the Powerdyne patent pending process for doubling the efficiency of coal generated power and renewable fuels while eliminating the NOx and SOx and capturing 99.999% of the Carbon Dioxide


Gus Shouse, COO

50-year veteran, having owned and operated several companies in engineering, construction, mining and coal technology. 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

Advisory Board

Secretary Spencer Abraham, The Abraham Group

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. Before becoming Secretary, Mr. Abraham served as Senator for Michigan for six years.


Majida Mourad, The Abraham Group

Served as Senior Advisor to Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham and lead Department representative on international energy 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