Phillip S. Green, President & CEO

Mr. Phillip S. Green is President and Chief Executive Officer at Green Powered Technology. He has over sixteen years of experience providing energy- related and other technical support to various government agencies. His experience includes identifying energy conservation measures (ECMs), conducting lifecycle economic analyses, evaluation of utility rates and structures, collection and analysis of utility and metering data; as well as developing specifications and statements of work for implementation of small-scale and large-scale energy and renewable energy projects. Phillip is a Certified Energy Manager (CEM).

Prior to founding Green Powered Technology, Phillip worked on creating green products, such as LEDs and solar cells, protecting products with intellectual property and installing energy-related products in military construction. Phillip experience abroad includes working for the U.S. Consulate General in Guangzhou, China; researching optoelectronics in Japan; and managing construction projects in Afghanistan, Kyrgyzstan and the Republic of Georgia.

Phillip was born and raised in the Bronx, N.Y. Phillip graduated from the Bronx High School of Science in the Bronx, NY and holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, both from the State University of New York, New Paltz. Phillip also graduated with a Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering from the University of Virginia and a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from The Colgate Darden Graduate School of Business Administration at the University of Virginia. Phillip has also studied at the University of Tusukba (Japan) and Hitotsubashi University (Japan).

Hoai B. Huynh, Vice-President for Emerging Markets

Hoai Huynh is our Vice President for Emerging Markets, overseeing and supporting our corporate growth in  developing countries and other emerging markets.  He also currently serves as the Team Leader on our Global Energy Engineering Technical Advisory Services contract with the U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA). Hoai  joined GPTech after almost two years in Viet Nam and Thailand as a Client Services Leader for Asia at CDM Smith. Hoai has over 24 years of environmental and energy program technical implementation and program management experience in the United States and internationally, working in the U.S. government, consulting, aerospace trade association and non-profit sectors. He has extensive experience in developing countries, particularly working with USAID, World Bank, and other clients on clean energy, climate change, environmental, water, and infrastructure programs.

Hoai has served as an international environmental manager for Europe/Eurasia at the USEPA’s Office of International Affairs, designing and managing an 11-country technical assistance portfolio on environmental and energy in the former Soviet Union countries; implemented grassroots environmental programs in the non-governmental sector in Southeast Asia and the former Soviet Union at Counterpart International; represented the U.S. aerospace and defense industries on U.S. and international environment, climate change, safety, and health compliance issues at the Aerospace Industries Association; and managed USAID and international contracts and grants on energy efficiency, low carbon development, climate change, water & sanitation, infrastructure and environmental governance in Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, and the Middle East, working for major consulting firms such as AECOM, ICF  and CDM Smith.

Hoai was born in Viet Nam and grew up in Miami, FL. He earned a Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering and a Masters in Environmental Engineering, both from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Hoai has also served on the Board of Directors of several non-profits working on humanitarian relief, education, and human anti-trafficking issues internationally in a volunteer capacity.

Stan Calvert, Director of Energy and Engineering Services

Stan Calvert his our Director of Energy and Engineering Services, leading our U.S. domestic energy market efforts and supporting some of our energy engineering work internationally. Stan is an energy professional with over 30 years of energy technology and leadership experience. In his current role, Stan provides a range of program and project leadership, technical service, and business development support focusing on domestic federal needs. His current projects include optimization of a federal client’s large portfolio of renewable energy systems distributed across the U.S., and due diligence evaluations of proposed renewable energy and advanced grid system feasibility studies for projects in developing countries.

Stan brings a wealth of renewable energy expertise to Green Powered Technology from nearly 20 years of U.S. Department of Energy renewable energy R&D program leadership, with particular emphasis on wind energy and integration of variable renewable generation into electric power systems. His roles included strategic planning, domestic and international collaboration with industry, government, and non-governmental stakeholders, developing and leading programs budgeted at over $50 million annually, during a period of strong sustained growth in the U.S. wind energy industry since 1995. Stan also held positions in the geothermal energy R&D program, and special corporate assignments, such as co-leading the DOE team creating the Hawaii Clean Energy Initiative in 2008. This initiative is an innovative federal/state/industry collaboration driving major progress toward a clean energy future in Hawaii, through integrated planning and deployment of renewable energy, efficiency, and smart grid technologies, in coordination with policy and legislative changes needed for transforming their energy markets. In this and many similar assignments, Stan has brought creative solutions, strong team building, and persistent initiative to broad and complex energy sector challenges.

Stan began his career as an officer in the U.S. Navy, serving in the Naval Reactors Program Office as a nuclear engineer, followed by 13 years of Naval Engineering Duty assignments as a reservist, retiring with the rank of Commander. Stan is a graduate of the Federal Executive Institute Leadership for a Democratic Society program, and holds a Master of Science in Systems Engineering and a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.