At Easy Energy Systems (EES) we are passionate about providing dynamic solutions to our world's energy problems. With this common purpose we are building an ecosystem of the best people, partners and customers to bring forth innovative technologies that will produce high-quality and efficient biofuels, valuable biochemicals, adhesives, fertilizers, animal feed and more.
EES designs, manufacturers, operates and sells patented 1M, 2M, and 5M gallon per year, small-scale, modular biorefineries called Modular Energy Production Systems (MEPS®) for the production of alternative liquid biofuels from organic waste streams. MEPS® biofuels can be mixed with, or can selectively replace, gasoline derived from fossil fuels. Our systems are centrally manufactured and can be shipped anywhere in the world, thus we are able to bring new energy sources to locations that would otherwise not have access to it.
EES has manufacturing, R&D and testing facilities in Welcome, Minnesota and Emmetsburg, Iowa with executive offices located in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our Emmetsburg location houses our operational testing MEPS® system where we have proven that our process can economically convert various biowastes to biofuels at the same cost per gallon as the large biorefineries and at a CAPEX per gallon that is even lower than those large biorefineries can demonstrate. Moreover, this facility is also used to integrate and test other technologies and feedstocks which have been instrumental to our success.
Our mission is to innovate and bring to the market new solutions and technology that will reduce the dependency on fossil fuels, reduce pollution and improve the lives of people throughout the world. We intend to become the worldwide leader in "distributed small scale biowaste to energy systems".
Founder & CEO
Mark is the Founder and Chairman of EES. Mark also is the Founder and President of Easy Automation Inc. (EAI), which is a company he successfully started and grew into the leader in the feed automation industry. EAI received the “Inc. 500” award as one of the 500 fastest growing companies in the nation and also received a U.S. State Legislators award for being a top “Small Business of the Year” in 1999. In 1998, Mark was named, “Technology Leader of the Year” in Minnesota. Several of Mark’s inventions have received patents and have earned U.S. Agricultural Engineering Awards. Mark’s experience with the manufacture of automated feed systems and the relationships that he has established with the customers of EAI around the country will prove extremely valuable to EES.
Director of Climate Capital Operations
With a concentration in financial and engineering mathematics, Mike is portfolio management & trade professional specializing in renewable and alternative fuels (solar, wind, geothermal, biomass and ethanol), electricity markets (DA/RT markets, transmission & environmental credit markets) and depletable resource extraction & mining (ISR uranium, rare earth minerals & sand). He holds 15 years of experience in the quantitative finance, engineering mathematics, portfolio management, employee management, and operations management throughout small start-up companies and global multi-billion-dollar organizations. Prior to his current civilian life, Mike served in the United States Army and United States Department of Defense (DoD). Supported by multiple professional licenses, certifications and graduate degrees in financial & engineering mathematics, accounting and energy economics, Mike remains very active as a member of the prestigious Rice University Baker Institute for Public Policy – Center for Energy Studies.
Director of Investor Relations
Bill is passionate about sustainability, clean energy, and providing environmentally safe solutions to our world's food, water, and energy problems. He has over 30 years of business development, investor relationship, and operations management experience. Bill is the former founder and managing partner of Integra Advisors, where he specialized in problem identification, process and change management, strategic assessment, investor growth, and revenue enhancement. He has exceptional investor management & collaboration ability, and a sincere desire to exceed investor expectations while building enduring relationships and developing a trusted client partnership. He serves as both an investor advocate and a trusted consultant to his partners, focusing on aligning innovative technology to solve the world’s major problems – turning Waste into Green Energy, Wealth, and Clean Water – while maximizing their investment.
Moises (Moe) Vela
Moe Vela is the CEO and President of The Vela Group, LLC, a global business development consulting
firm based in Washington, D.C. He is also Of Counsel at the law firm of Stein Mitchell Beato & Missner.
As the first Hispanic American to serve twice in the White House in a senior executive role—first as CFO
and Sr. Advisor to Vice President Al Gore, and, most recently, as Director of Administration and Sr.
Advisor to then-Vice President Joe Biden, Moe was naturally drawn to Easy Energy Systems and DUTV.
Easy Energy Systems, with its numerous disruptive modular climate-saving technologies, was a chance
for Mr. Vela to continue his efforts to bring awareness to the issues of climate change and new
alternative energy technologies.
Recognition for Mr. Vela has included being named to the Top 100 Most Influential People for Hispanics
in the Nation’s Capital by El Timexpo Latino in 2017; one of the Top 101 Latino Leaders by Latino
Leaders Magazine in both 2010 and 2011; one of the Top 300 Washington, D.C. Insiders by National
Journal in 2010, and one of the Top 100 Hispanics in America by Hispanic Business in 2009.