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Steve has twenty years of experience in the power generation industry, including both traditional and renewable power projects. He joined Liberty in 2007 after managing the power engineering group at Sandwell Engineering, Inc., a medium-sized consulting firm. Previous to that he worked for NEPCO in Seattle and for de Havilland Aircraft in Toronto. Steve has a strong background in power project development, as well as in EPC contract development and execution. He has managed the engineering on a variety of power projects across the US, Canada and Brazil including those using bubbling and fluidized bed boilers; most recently he managed the detailed design engineering for a 1000 MW combined cycle power project in Ontario.
Steve holds both a B.S. and M.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of BC in Vancouver, and is a registered professional engineer in the State of Washington as well as in two Canadian provinces.
Liberty Energy was founded in 2002 with the vision of utilizing biomass materials to produce clean renewable energy. With over 50 years combined experience in agriculture and biomass reuse, Liberty Energy has the experience and capability to optimize the reuse of many types of biomass materials. Liberty Energy has dedicated substantial resources to the development of its organic waste-to-energy vision.
Since 2002, Liberty Energy has designed and developed the Liberty Modular BioEnergy Unit. This design incorporates state of the art features of various types of biomass and power production technologies and systems. In addition Liberty Energy has also developed a state of the art emission control system to significantly reduce or eliminate pollutants.
Today, Liberty Energy is expanding its project development efforts. New projects are being developed at an increasing rate in response to numerous states requiring Renewable Portfolio Standards and to meet the demand of ever increasing environmental requirements.