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JOHN SEIDLER
President, Spectrum Energy, Inc.

Mr. Seidler has more than thirty years of experience in the utility power and energy industry. Mr. Seidler co-founded Spectrum Energy, Inc., in 1998, to provide comprehensive development, engineering, construction and project management services for power generation projects. He is an expert in the development, design and construction of state-of-the art combustion turbine-based combined and simple cycle power projects for utility and industrial applications.

Mr. Seidler has served as Project Manager on projects for repeat customers Duke Power, Constellation Power, Jonesboro City Water and Light, Kinder Morgan, Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation as well as the projects for Conifex Power Incorporated, Alabama Municipal Electric Authority and Public Service Company of New Mexico. These projects span throughout the United States and Canada and include 2,600 MW of single and multi-unit LM6000s and 7EAs in simple cycle plants, 110 MW in a 2xLM6000 combined cycle plant, and 300 MW in a 6xFT8 TwinPac power plant.

Previously, Mr. Seidler founded a successful consulting business that provided development, engineering, and project management services to clients in the power industry for thirteen years. Projects included the Fort Lupton Cogeneration Project, a 272 MW gas-fired cogeneration plant that began commercial operation in 1994 and has been operating successfully since; the Monfort Cogeneration Project, a 35 MW gas-fired cogeneration plant that began commercial operation in 1996 and has been operating successfully since; the Puente Hills Energy Recovery from Gas Project (PERG), a 50 MW landfill gas-fired power plant that has been successfully operating since November 1986. PERG was the first, and it remains the largest landfill gas-fired power plant in the world. Prior to starting the consulting business, Mr. Seidler was employed by Ultrasystems Engineering & Constructors where he worked on a number of biomass-fired power and cogeneration projects.

Mr. Seidler received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Santa Clara University, Master of Business Administration from Loyola Marymount University, and Juris Doctor from Loyola Law School (California State Bar #177283).