Dennis Amoroso spent almost two decades developing environmentally sensitive, non-toxic technology processes and business operations. Involved in Waste Ore Processing Technology Research and Development; Researched the demand for ecologically sound technology for use in the processing of low grade and waste material from goldfields and mine waste dumps in many areas of the world, finding the demand to be effectively unlimited. He led the construction, and operations of the AMPI pilot plant and management team for the research and development of the company’s patented processing technology. He has extensive experience in agriculture as well as mining and is a former instructor at the U.S. Air Force Technical Instructor Academy.
Chief Executive Officer
Ryan Sigler received his BA in psychology and his Master’s in Business Administration. He has extensive background in the Utility industry in his many years with Pacific Gas & Electric Company. His expertise in electric power allows this company to shrink its carbon footprint through sustainable onsite energy generation.
Chief Operations Officer
James Shumard with wife Dawn and daughter Rebecca. James is the owner of a commercial landscape maintenance company and a partner for a construction/remodel group. Also experienced in fabrication and heavy equipment operating.
Chemistry & Process Consultant
Dr. Leonard (Len) Nanis is a graduate of MIT metallurgy and Columbia University School of Mines. He served as professor in chemical engineering at the University of Pennsylvania and in materials science at Stanford University. On the business side, Len is a founder of Seagate Magnetics (data storage) and also of TruFocus (X-ray tubes). A former consultant to major Silicon Valley companies in the fields of semiconductor technology and medical devices. He has patents and technical publications which cover a variety of topics, including memory devices, semiconductor testing, and vacuum coating technology, electroplating, and materials for solar energy. While at SRI International, he and his team of researchers developed a low-cost method for extracting pure silicon from waste materials.
VP of Public Relations
Grant Cooke is a former college administrator who left academia for the engineering world. He was an early developer in the nation’s energy efficiency programs, designing third party programs for utilities in California, Texas, Oregon and New York. He has designed and authored over $250M in utilities incentive programs. A businessman with decades of management and business development experience, he founded Sustainable Energy Associates, a mechanical engineering company focused on energy efficiency, energy renewables, and environmentally sensitive technologies. He is also a writer and co-author of several books, including The Green Industrial Revolution: Energy, Engineering and Economic.