Amir A. Sardari
President and CEO
Mr. Sardari is the President of Energy & Environment, Incorporated, which has been providing services and technologies to the industry for over the past 13 years.
Mr. Sardari received a B.S. in Electrical and Nuclear Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley and M.B.A. from the University of San Francisco.
Having over 20 years of experience in the industry, Mr. Sardari first started his career as a Worldwide Project Manager for Dresser Industries in energy and fuel recovery, off-shore drilling and power generations design.
Mr. Sardari was also the Vice President of Power Generation at Cummins Power and Atlas Energy System.
has authored a number of patents in the field of energy and environmental technologies.
He has substantial experience with practical knowledge in energy and environmental technologies in a wide range of markets such as petroleum industries and industrial processing plants.
designs Waste-to-Energy Systems, Combined Heat and Power Systems, Advance Heat Recovery systems, Advance Combine Cycle Cogeneration and Emissions Abatement Systems.
In addition, he
has remained at the forefront of technology with innovative applications including, gasification technology for biofuel, energy recovery systems from solid waste as environmental friendly waste-to-energy production and renewable energy systems.
in-depth conceptual knowledge of systems, processes, market and regulatory requirements in the area of energy technologies, resource recovery and environment, has enabled him to become an expert and system integrator in the area of energy and renewable energy systems.
Mr. Sardari places a strong emphasis on community involvement and is a member to wide range of organizations.
Most recently, he has been elected to serve on the Environmental Committee Board in Laguna Beach, California.
continuously gives lectures at a number of events in the professional and academic communities throughout the United States as well as internationally, including Europe, China and Mexico.