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Company

COMPANY

BioPower, through its 100% owned subsidiary Green3Power

BioPower, through its 100% owned subsidiary Green3Power, offers a clean alternative energy solution for solid and hazardous waste conversion, management and remediation; and water and wastewater treatment. We convert waste into electricity and synthetic fuels through an innovative gasifier process that is among the cleanest and most cost effective WTE technology available. With a staff of highly trained and experienced environmental engineers, scientists, and project managers, Green3Power is focused on customer needs in WTE conversion. We stand ready to partner with municipalities, hospitals, large manufacturing corporations, and other waste generators to develop the best technology solutions for solid, liquid, and gas phase wastes and renewable energy fuels. If your company or organization is looking for Solid Waste-to-Energy solutions in the excess of 100 tons/day, we would like to have the opportunity to show you the features and benefits of our custom designed gasifier based systems (contact us). G3P’s management team has provided engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) and/or management services in over 250 waste projects and has experience in planning, permitting, and designing thermal plants producing up to 400MW of electricity. G3P has developed a strategic partnership with Vanderweil Engineers who provide large-scale utility and energy engineering services through its team of highly trained and experienced engineers, focused on thermal and electric utilities. They have designed more than 500 central energy plants and many miles of distribution systems. They handle projects from planning and permitting through design, construction, startup and commissioning and have experience with thermal plants up to 540 MW and cogeneration up to 50 MW. Vanderweil has been in business since 1950.

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LEADERSHIP

LEADERSHIP

OUR TEAM IS COMMITTED TO A SUSTAINABLE WORLD

OUR TEAM IS COMMITTED TO A SUSTAINABLE WORLD

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  • Robert Kohn, CEO and Chief Executive Officer, Director and Co-Founder

    Mr. Kohn has been a director and Chief Executive Officer of BioPower Corporation of Florida since September 13, 2010, and has been involved in the formation and development of this business. From July 2009 until September 2010, Mr. Kohn was the Interim Chief Financial Officer of Proteonomix, Inc., a public company involved in stem cell research. From November 2009 to September 2010 Mr. Kohn was a consultant to Clenergen Corporation, a reporting issuer and was also a board member until January 25, 2011. From 2006 to 2008, Mr. Kohn was the CEO and CFO of Global Realty Development Corp. and was hired to liquidate multiple Australian real estate development companies, which he accomplished. From 1999 – 2002, Mr. Kohn was the co-founder and CEO of AssetTrade which today is GoIndustry with approximately 1,300 employees in 20 countries. From 1996 to 1999 Mr. Kohn was President of Entrade (“energy trading”), a subsidiary of Exelon Corporation, one of the largest electric utilities in the United States. Mr. Kohn has a B.B.A. in accounting from Temple University and is a C.P.A. and formerly a tax consultant with Deloitte Touché.

  • Neil D. Williams, Ph.D., Chairman and President, G3P

    Dr. Williams has been a Director of BOPO since October 24, 2014. Dr. Williams has been the President and CEO of Green3Power Holdings Company since August 2014. He was the President and CEO of EnviroPower Management since 2010. Dr. Williams was also the Chairman and President of EnviroPower Renewable from 2013 to 2014. He has been the President and CEO of Innviron Corporation since 1998. He is an internationally recognized scientist and environmental engineer. He is one of the original developers of the geosynthetic liners used at landfills and the designer of more than 250 waste management facilities with professional engineering credentials in more than 20 US States. Dr. Williams is one of the developers of the G3P Gasification Technology, and has more than 30 years of environmental management experience. Dr. Williams earned his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley.

  • Mr. Garen Demirchian, PE Managing Partner, Vanderweil Power Group

    Mr. Demirchian is the Managing Partner and Sector Leader for Vanderweil’s Power Group. He has expertise in renewable power generation, cogeneration, central and district heating, and cooling plants, control and instrumentation systems, campus distribution networks, energy conservation analysis, and thermal storage systems. His responsibilities have involved the management of engineering, coordination, and execution of all phases of design from concept through construction and startup. Mr. Demirchian has a BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Northeastern University, is a PE in more than 15 states, and a member of the International District Energy Association (IDEA).

  • Mr. Paul Vranesic, PE, P.Eng. Program Manager, Vanderweil Engineers

    Mr. Vranesic is a Senior Program Manager with more than 23 years of experience in program management, construction management, project management, design management, construction claims management and analysis, contract administration, and cost estimation and procurement in the energy, power, and industrial sectors. Mr. Vranesic has a BS degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Toronto, is a PE and P.Eng., has received numerous professional awards for his work, and has many professional Certifications.

  • Mr. Joel Oppenheim, Chief Administrative officer, Green3Power

    Mr. Oppenheim has 30+ years experience in organizational development, human resources management and fiscal and risk management. His responsibilities have included all aspects of human resources, oversight of all financial accounting practices and controls, corporate information technology systems and administration.

  • Mr. Benjamin Williams, Senior Vice President, Green3Power

    Mr. Williams provides waste management and WTE project financial control as well as project administration and engineering support, with emphasis on overseas projects. Mr. Ben Williams has prepared financial models and analysis for more than 40 solid waste and gasification projects around the world, and has negotiated Waste Services Agreements, Power Purchase Agreements, JV Agreements, and other contract documents for more than 40 solid waste and gasification projects.

  • Tom Roberts, Chief Operating Officer, Green3Power

    Tom Roberts has operated more than 17 solid waste management facilities, including collection companies, landfills, sorting facilities, compost plants, and thermal treatment facilities. Mr. Roberts is the past President of the Construction Materials Recycling Association, and has developed the course materials for certification of landfill operators.

  • Bonnie Nelson, Director and Director of Business Strategy, Co-founder, BioPower

    September 13, 2010, and has been involved in the formation and development of this business. Ms. Nelson currently sits on the Board of Directors of Allied Artists and was a Board Advisor to Clenergen Corporation in 2010. From 1990 to present, with a career spanning over 20 years of investment and merchant banking, Ms. Nelson has extensive experience in consulting and corporate finance for public and private companies. Ms. Nelson has been responsible for developing and guiding many corporate turnarounds, joint ventures and strategic alliances. Bonnie Nelson was the prior owner and CEO of the Wall Street brokerage firm, Vanderbilt Securities, Inc. from 1983-1990. At Vanderbilt, she was specifically responsible for taking companies public, OTC trading, mergers and acquisitions, and the development of joint ventures and strategic alliances for her clients.

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PARTNERSHIPS

PARTNERSHIPS

OUR PARTNERS ARE KEY TO OUR SUCCESS

OUR PARTNERS ARE KEY TO OUR SUCCESS

We have strategically aligned with Vanderweil Engineers to develop WTE

We have strategically aligned with Vanderweil Engineers to develop WTE facilities in the United States and internationally. Vanderweil has been in business since 1950 and their Power Engineering groups are experts at developing, designing, engineering and permitting power generation facilities worldwide. Vanderweil Engineers is an MEP, technology services, and power engineering firm dedicated to providing value-added services. Vanderweil has designed MEP systems for buildings of all types, cogeneration plants up to 50 MW, chilled water plants to 100,000 tons, hundreds of miles of transmission lines up to 345 kV, and utility grade substations up to 1000 MVA. The firm is an active participant in the AIA 2030 Commitment. We work closely and partner with Vanderweill on many projects. Of particular importance are two key Vanderweill partners that we collaborate with:

We also have partnership relationships with the following organizations:

We also have partnership relationships with the following organizations:

The Ravens Group, Inc. is a Center for Veterans Enterprise verified

The Ravens Group, Inc. is a Center for Veterans Enterprise verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business. Established in 2001, The Ravens Group’s core competencies include Professional Services, Managed Solutions and Business Process Improvement. The Ravens Group’s mission is to provide world-class solutions and to manage complex programs with a commitment to excellence and superior customer service.

HiTemp Technology Corporation designs and manufactures custom high temperature

HiTemp Technology Corporation designs and manufactures custom high temperature gasification, oxidizer systems, catalysts, enclosed flares, rotary kilns and other eco-friendly industrial implementations. HTT has more than 25 years experience with the design, manufacturing and installation of combustion, gasification, heat recovery and process heating systems.

Active Plus Group Ltd. is a trading, project development, and renewable energy company.

Active Plus Group Ltd. is a trading, project development, and renewable energy company. Active Plus Group is currently developing renewable energy projects with Green3Power International Company in Mitrovica, Kosovo, Lahore, Karachi, and Peshawar, Pakistan, Mauritius, and Djerba, Tunisia. These projects include waste collection and transport, excavation and bailing of waste from existing dumpsites, and design, construction, and operation of Sorting Facilities, Gasification Waste-to-Energy Facilities, Gasification Waste-to-Diesel Fuel Production Facilities, Inert MSW Landfills, Transfer Stations, Water Treatment Plants, and Wastewater Treatment Plants.

MARKET & OPPORTUNITY

MARKET & OPPORTUNITY

In a world with an ever-growing population whose demand for energy is constantly increasing,

In a world with an ever-growing population whose demand for energy is constantly increasing, doesn’t it makes sense to create that energy from a renewable source such as trash and waste that also grows with the population and is in itself a big burden on the environment? Gasification is a process that does exactly that. Gasification is a clean and efficient process to recover energy from a variety of types of solid waste. According to the World Bank, the world currently generates about 4 billion tons of all types of waste per year. The world’s cities alone generate about 1.5 billion tons of solid waste per year. This volume is expected to increase to 2.4 billion tons by 2025. In lower income countries, waste generation is expected to double over the next 25 years (World Bank: "What a Waste.” March, 2012). Currently, three-fourths of this waste is disposed of in landfills, with only one fourth being recycled. This municipal solid waste (MSW) includes “ trash” such as kitchen waste, electronics, light bulbs, plastics, used tires, old paint, and yard waste. In the U.S., Japan, and Europe, laws and regulations have significantly increased recycling and reuse of materials from MSW. However, despite significant increases in recycling and energy recovery in those areas, only about a fourth of the total MSW is recovered—leaving the remaining three-fourths to be disposed of in landfills or incinerated (burned). But these traditional methods of waste disposal are increasingly becoming less viable. In some countries, where there is limited landfill space, or where new laws and regulations either ban disposal of MSW in landfills or have very high landfill disposal fees, the traditional options of landfilling and incineration are becoming less feasible. In addition to consuming valuable land, decomposing MSW generates methane, a greenhouse gas, and the leaching wastes may also pose a threat to surface water and groundwater. Further, some areas have banned incineration of waste because of the negative environmental impacts. Landfills, incineration, and biological treatment are the primary means of solid waste management today, but are environmentally undesirable, and are not energy efficient. Gasification, the technology that we coalesced around, is the next generation technology. This all spells a tremendous opportunity for us at Green3Power. We expect that our growth rates will exceed the overall industry because of the robustness of our solution. According to Grandview Research the Global solid waste to energy market will be worth US $37.6 billion in 2020, growing at a compound annual growth rate of 5.9% from 2014. We calculate that the potential market opportunity for the global solid waste to energy market approximates US $189 Billion per year based on 7.4 billion people and a waste generation rate of 1 kilogram per person, a waste conversion rate of 7,000 kwh per ton and an average electricity rate of $0.10 per kwh. Regardless of which figure you use, this is a big market and we here at BioPower have a solution that merits your consideration. We believe that our overall growth of the market is a function of:

* Our process emissions are undetectable

* Our process emissions are undetectable