Green Power Systems /
Green Nrg was founded by a group of Jacksonville businessmen and former
electric utility executives that shared a concern for the environment and
future adequacy of electric power and its affordability.
Our solution for
eliminating wastes is Ultra High Temperature (UHT) plasma that can
thermally convert the chemistry of organic material into a synthetic gas
for use in the making of liquid fuels or the generation of electricity.
The management team
of Green Power Systems / Green Nrg consists of:
Mr. Krieg has 36 years of business management experience. He holds three
patents and has been twice honored by the Department of Environmental
Protection, Jacksonville, for Industry 2000 and Person of the Year 2002. He
was recognized as Innovator of the Year 2004 by the Florida Times Union for
his efforts to improve the environment.
At the age of three, Ingo Kriegís family escaped from the former East
Germany and found housing in a refugee camp in West Germany. Because of his
fatherís cattle and horse breeding accomplishments, the family was offered
by Church World Services free passage to America aboard the SS United
States. Their new home was on the George Eastman (Kodak inventor) farm near
Rochester, New York.
Showing an early interest in design and engineering, Mr. Krieg attended
Penn State University and University of Florida, and continued a
Jeffersonian belief of vision and engineering for the improvement of
In 2000 Mr. Krieg was contacted by his local utility (Jacksonville Electric
Authority) to do a 4 MW renewable energy project. He then designed a
continuous flow biomass digester for the production of methane gas. The
design earned a trip to an International Electrical Power Research
Institute (EPRI) Renewable Energy Conference in 2004. Mr. Krieg later
partnered with two electric power executives to pursue the energy industry
using plasma technology and waste.
In 2006 Mr. Krieg developed a more efficient method of biofuels production
allowing larger quantities of syngas to be processed biologically. The
process designed for non food sources won him Innovator of the Year 2008
from the International Biofuels Commission in Washington D.C.
Mr. Kriegís latest work as co-author of a patent involves processing CO2
emissions to reduce the threat of global warming and the need for carbon
Earlier in his career, Mr. Krieg invested in the Jacksonville Tea Men
Soccer Club. He obtained full ownership and became president of the club in
1983. Later that year, his team won the American Soccer League's National
Championship and represented the United States in International play.
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Breitmoser, P.E., Vice President, Environmental and Regulatory
A registered professional Chemical Engineer in Florida, Breitmoser was the
Vice President of Environmental, Health and Safety for the Jacksonville
Electric Authority (JEA). JEA is the largest municipal electric utility in
the state of Florida. Breitmoser retired in 1997. Responsibilities included
the procurement and management of all permits, licenses and agreements
pertaining to the construction and operation of JEA's electrical generating
facilities and transmission and distribution systems. Breitmoser is a
member of the Air &
Waste Management Association and has held several offices in that
organization including Chair of the Florida Section. Breitmoser is also an
environmental and marketing consultant for the water, wastewater, chemical
and power industries.
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Vice President, Project Development.
Basford was an Associate Managing Director of the Jacksonville Electric
Authority (JEA). Duties at JEA included management and supervision of the
System Engineering and Operations Group. The E&O Group had
responsibility for System Planning; System Operations; Distribution,
Transmission and Substation Engineering; Construction and Maintenance;
Inventory and Storeroom Activities and Fleet Management. Retiring from JEA
in 1993, Basford founded Dick Basford & Assoc., Inc., an electric and
gas utility consulting firm. Association positions include: Chairman,
Engineering Committee, Southeastern Electric Reliability Council; Chairman,
Technical Advisory Committee, Florida Electric Coordinating Group;
Chairman, Florida Annual Planning Conference Committee, Florida Electric
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Reduce the use of
fossil fuels in production of electricity.
Reduce the quantity
of materials disposed of in landfills.
Improve water and
air quality in the production of electricity.
at both an affordable and stable cost.