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Rich Cregar, N.C. State/ Wake Technical Community College
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Rich Cregar is a GlaxoSmithKline Faculty Fellow at the Institute for Emerging Issues at N.C. State University and an Instructor in Automotive Systems. Mr. Cregar has worked extensively in alternative fuel education and has written extensively on renewable fuel technology.
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Nat Harris, Newport Biodiesel
Nat Harris has had a life long interest in the automotive and marine industry. His focus the past couple of years has been the development of his own biodiesel processor which provides fuel for his personal vehicles and heating oil for his home. A graduate of Connecticut College in New London, CT, Nat lives in Newport.
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Randy Lohr, Guardian Fuel Systems
Randy & Jamie Lohr began Guardian Fuel & Energy Systems, Inc. in 1993. Randy brought his management experience in the oil heat industry combined with his mechanical aptitude (a stint as a marine mechanic didn't hurt!). Jamie added her commitment to environmental protection, sustainable living and interest in alternative energy sources.
As an associate member of the National Biodiesel Board, Guardian Fuel stays informed on the latest research and development of biodiesel in the United States, to ensure biodiesel fuel quality for a seamless transition from standard petroleum fuels, to today's clean-burning, American produced, BioHeat and BioDiesel.
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Jim Malloy, T.H. Malloy and Sons
Seven years ago Jim joined T.H. Malloy and Sons as an alternative energy consultant and helped in the transition of switching their fleet of home heating fuel delivery trucks to run on Biodiesel and deliver Bioheat. Jim is also the designer and builder of an off-grid, fossil fuel free, wind/solar powered home. He previously worked as a Backcountry Educator in National Wilderness areas. He has been interested in sustainable solutions since the Carter administration.
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Robert Cerio, University of Rhode Island and National Biodiesel Board
Since graduating from URI, Bob has accumulated over 30 years of experience in energy and environmental conservation and management. He was instrumental in bringing biodiesel to heat the Warwick School Department's 29 facilities and run its entire bus fleet. Bob also serves as a technical consultant to the National Biodiesel Board.
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