BOARD OF DIRECTORS

With integrity, attentiveness and intelligent leadership, the Directors are committed to growing the Company on behalf of every shareholder

KEITH ALLAUN
Executive Chairman

Mr. Allaun has a background in alternative energy, venture capital and management consulting. Mr. Allaun has worked with leading companies in emerging technologies for over 25 years.

Educated at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA, Mr. Allaun possesses an extensive background in management and brings a wealth of results-driven experience to PowerHouse Energy Group. Mr. Allaun has helped build or revitalize dozens of companies & organizations throughout his career including Linc Energy, Apple, Yahoo, Amazon and Hewlett-Packard.

DAVID RYAN
Non-Executive Director

David was the former CEO and Managing Director of Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions’ Oil & Gas Business Unit for the UK.

Prior to his employment with Thyssenkrupp, he founded and built a successful engineering consulting organisation, Energy & Power Limited, which was acquired by Thyssenkrupp in 2012.

He has over 30 years of increasingly complex engineering, business development, and project management experience. An expert in sophisticated design engineering, David will bring a breadth of project delivery, international business management, and general engineering acumen to the Board.

BRENT FITZPATRICK
Non-Executive Director

Mr. Fitzpatrick has over 20 years experience as a corporate finance consultant. In the last 15 years he has been instrumental in advising a number of companies on their acquisitions and subsequent flotations.

Mr. Fitzpatrick was Non-Executive Chairman of Global Marine Energy plc- an AIM listed oil services company and Non-Executive Chairman of Risk Alliance plc, an insurance broker consolidator. Mr. Fitzpatrick is also an adviser to ECO Capital, a global clean tech fund and is a member of the Audit Committee Institute.

JAMES GREENSTREET
Non-Executive Director

Mr. Greenstreet has over 20 years of corporate and structured finance experience. Having started his career at Arthur Andersen, Mr. Greenstreet joined BAE Systems in 1994 to work in the corporate finance team.

After leaving BAE, Mr. Greenstreet held corporate finance positions at IBM and XL Capital, once more focussing on asset and lease finance. In 2001 he co-founded Orbis Capital a successful corporate and structured finance business. Over the past 10 years Mr. Greenstreet has been instrumental in sourcing, structuring, packaging and managing transactions for a number of high profile clients across a wide range of sectors.