Flower Turbines has created sleek, innovative, and efficient small wind turbines—with the goal to make those turbines the foundation of a large global renewable energy company. [Read More]
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March 23, 2020
April 30, 2020
Open to Investors
Company Employment: 20%
Research & Development: 28.5%
StartEngine Platform Fees: 3.5%
Dr. Daniel Farb
Founder, CEO and Director
CEO, 2013-present, experience in renewable energy, high achiever in multiple fields, degrees in business, science, and literature, startup and corporate sales experience; 30 patents; 100 books. Flower Turbines is his primary job.
CEO of Leviathan Energy, 2008-present. The Leviathan Energy group consists of related renewable energy companies, and is on hold while the majority of his time is spent working on Flower Turbines. A strong believer in the importance of ecology and an avid hiker.
Consultant Project Manager: Gov Sales and Grant Writer
Primary work: Mechanical Engineer; Grant Writer; Project Manager of federal projects over $100 million; example: Project Manager on a contract to design and build an Effluent Treatment Facility (ETF) to treat the waste generated by the DOE Richland Operations at Hanford, Washington, from the PUREX (Plutonium-Uranium Extraction) Facility; Pell Resources, 2007-present, consulting, management, and grant writing services. Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering.
University of Tennessee, 1972.
EU Director of Flower Turbines Subsidiary
A graduate in Business Economics from Erasmus University Business School, Roy Osinga is experienced at bringing companies to market. He has broad international experience and is responsible for all commercial and operational activities for the EU region from our Rotterdam office. Roy has worked for government organizations, corporations, and tech start-ups in the field of ICT, construction, and sustainability. He is the liaison with the PortXL program, an accelerator program for companies supplying relevant technology for the maritime sector. Flower Turbines was among the 20 chosen for this program out of 1000 screened.
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