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About ENECO
ENECO Mission: To provide to its clients the most advanced, versatile and competitive wind/solar power technology and intellectual property in its class under license and joint venture option.

ENECO is a specialized technology R&D, engineering consulting, and intellectual property marketing firm dedicated to promoting and assisting commercial development through patent licensing of its breakthrough modular and multi-tasking Wind Amplified Rotor Platform (WARP) renewable -wind/PV solar- power technology. This widely internationally patented technology has gained world-wide recognition and forms the basis for the next generation of environmentally complying electric wind/solar power generation plants, both small and large. Over $1,500,000 in research and development has been conducted in connection with Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and support in part from the New York State Energy Research & Development Authorit (NYSERDA) .

ENECO has cooperative agreements with highly capable and experienced wind turbine design and manufacturing firms who can support ENECO clients/licensees in tailoring WARP technology for specific projects or applications. ENECO, under agreements, is also represented by a network of agents who can facilitate licensing and/or joint venture transactions nationally and internationally.

For further discussions of WARP product development, projects under licensing or joint venture/investment, please contact:

Günther J. Weisbrich
President
ENECO-Tx
Dallas, Texas, USA
e-mail: enecotexas@aol.com
tel/vm: 214-691-0820
fax: 214-692-0530
Alfred L.Weisbrich, P.E.
Chairman & CEO
ENECO, ENECO Texas, LLC
West Simsbury, CT, USA
e-mail: enecowind@aol.com
tel/fax/vm: 860 651 0061


ENECO PRINCIPAL

Mr. Alfred Weisbrich is the founder and principal of ENECO and ENECO Texas LLC, and is the originator and owner of the advanced WARP™ wind power technology design and patents. Mr. Weisbrich earned a Bachelor and a Masters Degrees in Aeronautical Engineering and a Masters Degree in Management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York. His professional career has included aerospace industry rotary wing R&D for advanced helicopters, prop-fan aircraft propulsion and wind power systems, as well as space propulsion rocket engine development. Specific conventional wind power development experience includes the 4 megawatt 250 foot diameter Hamilton Standard wind turbine built for NASA and U.S. Department of the Interior, the Kaman Aerospace 50 kW Vertical Axis Wind Turbine (VAWT) built for Sandia Laboratories and a 150 foot wind turbine blade for the U.S. DOE. He served as a Presidential Intern at the NASM under former Apollo 11 Astronaut Michael Collins. He received his professional engineering (PE) status in Connecticut and has authored and coauthored AIAA, AHS, ASME, IEEE, OTC, APC and other forum technical papers on advanced helicopter rotors, turboprops and wind power as well as on engineering and business process TQM/QFD. He is a member or former member of various technical, honorary and industry societies and associations such as Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Tau, Sigma Xi, the AIAA and the American Wind Energy Association.

ENECO KEY ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS

Mr. Albert P. Cefalo is Associate General Counsel & Director of Intellectual Property at Apple Computer, Inc., Cupertino, CA. Prior to this he held positions as Director of Intellectual Property, PictureTel Corporation, Andover, Assistant General Counsel Intellectual Property at Digital Equipment Corporation, Maynard, Senior Intellectual Property Counsel at Sperry Corporation, Great Neck, NY and Patent Attorney for Babcock & Wilcox Corporation, New York, NY. Mr. Cefalo received his JD from Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA, an MS and BS Degrees in Aeronautical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY. He is a member of the Bar in Massachusetts, New York and the US Patent and Trademark Office and is affiliated with the American Bar Association, American Intellectual Property Law Association, and the Licensing Executives Society.

Mr. Geoffery H. Dale is a retired senior financial executive of a Fortune 500 corporation and, as principal of Dale Associates, with broad experience as a consultant to small companies and non-profit organizations. At Combustion Engineering Inc. (now ABB/Alstom) for 30 years, Mr. Dale served as Group Treasurer Power Systems Group, Board of Directors and Treasurer, International Power Systems Inc., Officer of numerous subsidiary companies, and manager of a variety of financial and administrative operations on a worldwide basis. He is active as a trustee of estates and mediator of referrals by the Judiciary branch of government. He also is an independent consultant for the National Executive Service Corp. Inc. and a board member of numerous community organizations, including the Board of Directors, United Way of the Capital Area, US National Board of Directors, Chairman, Board of Finance, Simsbury, CT, and various other State and local Boards and Commissions. Mr. Dale was educated in private schools and colleges England, with a BS Economics, graduate courses and management programs in the USA at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and Columbia University.

Dr. Robert E. Duffy is currently president of RED Associates, a research, development and consulting firm. A former member of the faculty of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and Mechanics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, he was for a number of years the Chairman of the Aeronautical Engineering Academic Program. He is the author of over 65 published papers and research reports in the area of applied aerodynamics, flight mechanics, and experimental fluid dynamics. Dr. Duffy has served as consultant to numerous governmental agencies, industrial concerns and ventures. He is a past member of the Atmospheric Flight Mechanics Committee of the American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA), an Associate Fellow of AIAA, and Associate Editor of the AIAA Journal of Aircraft. Dr. Duffy is recognized in various Who's Who publications, including of Science & Engineering, Business & Finance, etc. He is a member of the honor societies Sigma Gamma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, and Sigma Xi.

Mr. Robert J. Durbois is founder, President and CEO of The Master's Construction Corporation. The corporation is based in Avon, Connecticut, USA. Since 1980, Mr. Durbois has led the company in providing construction services to major American firms including manufacturing, !egal, financial and business facilities. In the decade of the 1990's, Master's provided all Bank Boston corporate projects in Connecticut.The bank is now part of Fleet Bank. Masters has built over $100 million dollars of new buildings and renovations. Previously, Mr. Durbois was with a public traded, New England general contractor. He served in the United States Army for six years, attended Central Connecticut State University and is a member of the Construction Institute at the University of Hartford and other business groups.

Mr. Brad Mead is founder and President of Delta Capital Group in Avon, Connecticut He was also a founder of Baron Capital Group, a nationwide consulting and hospitality real estate firm founded in 1984. Baron Capital owned and/or operated 25 hotels, inns and restaurants and employed over 1200 people prior to Mr. Mead selling his interest therein. Prior to Baron Capital, Mr. Mead was Director of International Commercial Programs for the Grumman Aerospace Corporation in Bethpage, New York. He developed and packaged Grumman technologies for license and joint venture programs overseas; negotiated programs in 45 countries in technological areas ranging from satellite systems to packaging. He was the youngest program director in Grumman history. While at Grumman, Mr. Mead was also Chairman of the Export Trade Committee for the Renewable Energy Industry, an industry association board in Washington, DC. Through his activities with this industry, Mr. Mead served on two Presidential Commissions, as well as, on the International Energy Administration (IEA) based in Paris. He assisted in negotiations, at the request of the Department of Energy, on six bilateral energy agreements in third world countries and testified before both Houses of Congress on multiple occasions regarding matters of trade and energy. Mr. Mead is a graduate of The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania.

Mr. Harvey G. Moger is a former Vice President (retired) of Connecticut General Life Insurance Company wherein for over 32 years Mr. Moger had responsibility for Investments and was in charge of the Mortgage & Real Estate Department. He was also Vice Chairman of Connecticut General REIT. He is currently a Director of Fleet Bank of Connecticut and its predecessor Banks. He is also a Director of Connecticut Water Services, Clinton, CT. He served as a volunteer in the International Executive Services Corps, Amman Jordan. He is a charter member of Covenant Presbyterian Church, Simsbury, CT and has served in various roles as Elder, Trustee, Finance Committee, Building Committee, and Administrator for the Center for Renewal. Mr. Moger's community and civic involvement include membership in the Democratic Town Committee, member of the Economic Development Commission, Simsbury, CT, Director of Riverfront Recapture, Hartford, CT, Director/Treasurer Operation Fuel, Hartford, CT and as Trustee of the McLean Fund, Simsbury, CT. He is a Trustee of the Simsbury Free Library and Corporator of Hartford Hospital. He served in the US Navy with the rank of LT JG. Mr. Moger attended Dennison University, Granville, Ohio and Columbia University, New York, NY.

Dr. David L. Rainey is a leading authority in new technologies and new ventures relating to environmental issues and has participated in the successful launch of more than ten new ventures. He has over 25 years of experience in all aspects of environmental engineering and management. He has consulted with numerous North American and European firms engaged in solving environmental problems around the world. Professor Rainey is the Chair of Environmental Management at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute's Hartford Graduate Center where he teaches graduate level courses in environmental technology, new product management, R&D, strategic planning and marketing. He has served as Associate Editor of the Quarterly Journal of Corporate Environmental Strategy, and, as a member of the NSF International Task Force for ISO 9000 committees for U.S. environmental management standards. He has served as President and CEO ofAlfa Laval AB subsidiary Chemap, Inc., Vice President and General Manager of GNA Industrial Furnaces, Inc. and of Wellman Thermal Systems Corporation, and Manager of Business Planning and Project Engineering Manager, Combustion Engineering, Inc. He served in the U.S. military as one of the youngest battery commanders of Hawk surface to air missiles. Dr. Rainey received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Connecticut, an MBA from Western New England College, MS degrees in Engineering Science and Management, and a Ph.D. in Environmental Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY.

Mr. Richard E. Schoenhardt, AIA Founding President and Chairman, established Schoenhardt Architects, Simsbury CT in 1984, following 24 years as a partner of Galliher Schoenhardt & Baier Architects. Special expertise includes US Naval facilities, libraries, churches, fire stations, and code compliance. As Vice-Chairman of the State Board of Materials Review, and certified Building Official, has developed a solid working knowledge of building and fire-safety codes. Mr Schoenhardt has been active as an officer, Board Member or trustee for numerous private and civic organizations such as the American Institute of Architects, Connecticut Society of Architects, AIA, University of Hartford Construction Institute, Advisory Committee to State Task Force (Housing Plan), Simsbury Chamber of Commerce, The Master's School, and others. Richard Schoenhardt's interest and support for architectural preservation has included membership in the National Trust for Historic Preservation and participation in the Greater Hartford Architecture Conservancy, where he served as a vice-president for several years. He has received numerous awards in connection with architectural projects brought to fruition under his leadership. Mr. Schoenhardt received his Bachelor of Architecture from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York and he is registered in the States of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine, New York, Pennsylvania, as well as certified by the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.





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