Kevin M. Dailey CEO
Chief Executive Officer

Kevin M. Dailey Kevin has over 35 years of experience in property development, public finance CEO and municipal law. His advisory business has represented developers and construction firms in New York State, where the primary emphasis has been successful interaction with municipal governments and State regulatory agencies. He served as the Town Supervisor (CEO) of Clifton Park for 4 terms. He is a graduate of Alfred University (B.A.) and Hofstra University Law School (J.D.) and is admitted to practice in the State of New York and the Federal Courts.

Richard Bingham
Chief Technology Officer

Richard is one of the founders of PTE, the organization that has pioneered the advanced pyrolysis process. He brings with him a significant knowledge of the technical aspects of the technologies being employed and commercial experience in their implementation. Richard is considered one of the world's top Thermal Technologists. He has been closely involved in the development, manufacture and optimization of thermal equipment across all industries for more than thirty years. He has worked for PTE since 1997 and completed over 175 projects for them around the world. Richard stepped down as Managing Director in 2009 to enable him to concentrate on the   Waste to Energy Sector and provide a significant contribution to the management of GWED and C6. Prior to PTE, Richard was at Efco Furnaces South Africa (Pty) Ltd from 1981, where he was Managing Director from 1986 to 1997.

Paul Moyer
Chief Operating Officer

Paul Moyer As Executive Vice President and Project Executive for The Pike Company, Paul is coo responsible for managing all facets of complex construction projects including program management, preconstruction phase services, construction phase 9 services, and post construction phase services on various projects. He oversees and guides projects from conception and preliminary planning through design, construction, and close out/start-up commissioning. Paul is known for bringing projects in on schedule and within budget. He is responsible for the initial establishment of project controls systems, logistics, resource loading planning, and the initial project baseline scheduling structure.

Mary L. Keane
VP Finance 
Mary has over 30 years of senior level financial, administrative and management experience working for Fortune 100 companies. Her corporate experience includes Citigroup, General Electric Capital Corporation, JP Morgan Chase, and Time Warner. Mary provides a unique blend of entrepreneurship, strategic planning and execution, with a focus on new business growth.

James Pfeiffer
VP Special Projects
James has a BS degree in industrial engineering from Cornell University. After college, he did a tour as a pilot in USAF flying air-to-air refueling missions over the Pacific. He worked for McDonnell Douglas Information Systems before entering the field of cogeneration with Capstone Turbine as Manager of East Coast Distributors, then UTC Power and Elite Energy Systems. James is the president on the NJ Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers and has attained a CEM (Certified Energy Manager) certification from the AEE.

Board of Directors

Ronald J. Rosa Sr.
Founder and Chairman 
Co- Chairman Mr. Rosa is co-founder of GWE Inc. and C6 Technologies Inc. with a background in electrical engineering. Mr. Rosa is a successful entrepreneur and investor in numerous businesses. He has started and operated a number of successful businesses and is currently owner and managing director of a successful chain of restaurants in the northeast U.S.

He has a wealth of contacts in the local and national government and business communities in the US and excels at building key landowner and community relationships.

Howard L. Clark, Jr.
Vice Chairman 
Mr. Clark most recently served as Vice Chairman at Barclay’s Capital. Before that, he had a distinguished career at Shearson Lehman and then Lehman Brothers from 1990 to 2008 serving as Chairman and CEO and as Vice Chairman. Mr. Clark joined American Express in 1981 and later became CFO in 1985. Mr. Clark has served on numerous public and private company boards and board committees over the years.

He graduated from Boston University in 1967 and received his MBA from Columbia Business School in 1968.

Joe Irwin
Non-Executive Director 
Joe Irwin is one of the founders of Prestige Thermal Engineering and  Director of Operations from inception in 1997 to date. Joe’s  responsibilities have been expanded to include process management, development and commissioning of our waste to energy projects. Joe  has worked in the thermal heat treatment industry since 1973 and  established Supreme Heat Treatment (Pty), Ltd. in 1985where he was  the Managing Director until he and Richard Bingham started PTE in 1997. His experience in the waste to energy sector is extensive, due  mainly to a direct hands on approach - and previous involvement in manufacturing processes and site installations.

Peter J. Cornell
Non-Executive Director 
Mr. Cornell is the President and CEO of several large real estate development companies in Albany, New York for the past 25 years including Pike Development Company, Cornell & Co and Cornell Development Corp. He specializes in creating real estate development and construction opportunities and has extensive knowledge in land use, zoning and environmental issues. He is also well-versed in broad range of traditional and innovative financing, state and federal economic development tax incentives.

Richard Bingham
Mr. Bingham is a co-founder of C6 Technologies Inc. and is considered one of the world’s top Thermal Technologists. He has been closely involved in the development, manufacture and optimization of thermal equipment across all industries for more than 30 years. He has worked for PTE or its predecessor companies since 1997 and completed over 175 projects for them around the world. Prior to PTE, he was at Efco Furnaces South Africa (Pty) Ltd from 1981, where he was Managing Director from 1986 to 1997.

Mr. Bingham abdicated as Managing Director of PTE in 2009 to enable him to focus on the Waste to Energy sector and provide a significant contribution to the management of GWE Inc. and C6T. He brings with him a substantial knowledge of the scientific and technical aspects of the technologies being employed and commercial experience in the implementation of numerous types of chemical engineering and thermal technology.

Christopher Hutton
Non-Executive Director
Mr. Hutton is Chairman of PTE and has been associated with PTE for more than 13 years as a non-executive director and has been involved with the development of PTE as a group. Mr. Hutton was also a director of Pyromet Technologies, now Tenova Pyromet, for over 24 years. During this time he has overseen the successful implementation of large capital projects on a worldwide basis. Mr. Hutton brings a wealth of technical, commercial and corporate experience to the PTE board.

Dan Finkle
Non-Executive Director 
Mr. Finkle is currently owner of Dan’s ATM and owner in Captech Logistics a Third Party Logistics Warehouse business which he started 5 years ago and is currently storing and fulfilling orders for over 22 customers in 120,000 sq. ft. Before that Dan was owner and President of Finkle Distributors one of the largest Convenience Store Distributors in the Northeast with sales of 385 million a year, employed 325 associates and operationally one of the most advanced in the industry before he sold the business to Core-Mark a publically traded company in 2010. Dan is well versed in all aspects of business and consults with many businesses in New York State.

Advisory Board

Scott C. Newquist
Non-Executive Member
Mr. Newquist is Co-CEO and Chairman of Aquaback Technologies, Inc. a leading technology and manufacturer having proprietary products for wastewater recycling. He is actively involved in the identification of and advice to companies focused on emerging infrastructure technologies. He was formerly Executive Managing Director of Kidder Peabody and Company, a subsidiary of GE, in charge of Investment Banking and Merchant Banking. From 1977 to 1987 he was a Partner of Morgan Stanley Co where at various times he was an M&A specialist and raised and managed the $1billion Morgan Stanley Leveraged Equity Fund 1. He has over 30 years of experience investing in various asset classes, overseeing those investments from a strategic and operating perspective and structuring exits through sales, joint ventures, partnering, IPOs or other structures.

Mr. Newquist has an MBA from Harvard Business School where he was a George F. Baker Scholar, and was graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Williams College with a B.A. in economics.

John N. Daly
Non-Executive Member
Mr. Daly is President of IMMS LLC, a third-party investment management marketing firm which he founded in 2007. He has over 50 years of experience in the financial services industry, beginning with 23 years at E.F. Hutton, where he ran the Syndicate Department, the Commodities Division and the Asset Management Division. After that, he worked at Salomon Brothers, both in New York and London, where he headed the Private Client Division and International Equity Capital Markets.

Mr. Daly was graduated from Yale University and completed the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program in 1979. He was a Founding Trustee of the Money Management Institute and is a Trustee Emeritus of the Culinary Institute of America

Gary A. Beller, Esq.
Non-Executive Member
Mr. Beller had a distinguished 26 year career at American Express Company, much of it as Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer involved directly in all of the company’s corporate transactions, acquisitions, spin-offs and other corporate organizational activities during his tenure there. He then was recruited to join MetLife and as Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer, took a leading role in that company’s transformation from a mutual insurance company into a listed New York Stock Exchange company through the largest domestic life insurance IPO during that period. After 10 years at Metlife and required retirement in accordance with the company’s age related policies, Mr. Beller took on special assignments as senior legal adviser for Marsh & McClennan Companies for three years, which he then followed for a similar period as a partner in Goodwin Procter’s Financial Service practice in New York.

Mr. Beller was graduated from Cornell University and has also received J.D. and L.L.M. degrees from NYU Law School. He also attended the Advanced Management Program of Harvard Business School.