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The Hawaii Pacific Energy Group is committed to providing the best possible services, engineering and renewable energy technologies to its clients and the communities in which we work and live. To this end, the Company has retained a management board of officers and directors who collectively have many decades of experience in corporate management and direction, project management and professional engineering, construction management and finance.

Warren Lim – Chief Executive Officer and President of HPEG, Director

Mr. Lim has a background in electrical generator delivery systems, project management, and marketing and development. He has spent the last ten years working in the energy business. He has spent the better part of the last ten years specifically working in the renewable energy field – biofuels & waste to energy. Through his work in the Pacific, Asia and Central America he is able to identify many renewable energy projects.

Warren oversees and directs HPEG's corporate operations and the overall implementation of renewable energy projects, management of the core team, be responsible for budget monitoring and retaining consultants and experts as required. He also liaises with consulting firms, contractors, and service and technology providers to maintain a timely supply chain for rapid project implementation.

He has over 15 years of experience in the management of the implementation of large-scale, multimillion dollar projects and is active in assisting HPEG's clients to seek financing for both small and large-scale renewable energy projects, many of which have multi-million dollar budgets.

R.A. (Bob) Vidoni, P.Eng. – Vice President Engineering, Director

Mr. Vidoni has an internationally recognized track record in successfully implementing projects over 30 years as a licensed professional engineer (EGBC.) and consultant involving institutional strengthening, capacity building, feasibility studies, structural and hydraulic design, construction and project management in complex multi-million dollar alternative and renewable energy, water resources management, river basin management, irrigation, flood control and management, roads projects design, construction and implementation, many in donor-financed and ODA-funded rural development sector programs in Bangladesh, Cambodia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, India, Indonesia, Mexico, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam as well as many years of experience in prefeasibility, feasibility, economic evaluation, detailed engineering design and construction monitoring/management on projects in Canada, Mexico and the U.S.A serving clients on hydropower, water supply, municipal infrastructure, naval port infrastructure, flood management, mining and alternative and renewable energy projects as well as estimations of GHG emissions and reductions, Clean Development Mechanism projects. Bob has worked on many large development projects financed by the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, JICA, JBIC, and the Canadian International Development Agency and other ODA agencies in emerging economies.

Bob is responsible for directing company operations and for coordinating engineering studies and overall project management and design, engineering and construction services, scheduling as well as integration of all experts, consultants, and specialists, scheduling and technical facilitation and negotiations during project and sub-project implementation for HPEG. Fluent in a number of languages, he also assists clients to deal with the often numerous issues and negotiations related to project development, implementation, permitting in project host countries and bringing local partners, officials and government agencies into a project's development.

Jon Grindle, CSI, CDT – Manager Integrated Construction Services

Mr. Grindle is also President of Lanikai Heavy Industries, Inc., a large general contracting firm based in Hawaii. The Company specializes in design-build contracting. The Company is proficient at all types of steel design and is the best superintendent for steel construction in Hawaii. Jon has managed large projects for over 35 years.

Jon’s projects have included all framing for the Hale Moku project on Pearl Harbor Base, which is the largest light gauge steel housing project in the USA to date (516 units), the construction manager for three years in drilling commercial grade wells for the Mauna Lani Resort (Tokyu Corp.) and Mauna Kea Resort Properties at the Lalamilo Well Field on Parker Ranch. In addition, Jon was construction manger of the $70 million shopping “The Shops at Wailea” center project located on Maui, where he coordinated the work of the 70 different architects and contractors for this large, upscale project.

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