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Bruce I. Drucker

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Nixon , Hargrave , Devans & Doyle LLP

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Nixon , Hargrave , Devans & Doyle LLP

One Thomas Circle, Suite 800

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20005

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Senior Vice President for Project Development and General Counsel

ORFA Corporation of America


Owner

Trianon Partners Inc


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Bruce I. Drucker
Mr. Drucker has over 27 years of experience providing expert development, project finance and consulting services for energy infrastructure projects in the private power industry in the U.S. and overseas markets. His wealth of experience includes work in a variety of conventional thermal power plants and renewable energy plants, as well as new energy technology development. As a principal of a consulting services company and an attorney, Bruce has participated in the successful development and closed the financing of independent power projects totaling in excess of $3 billion. He has worked with medium to large energy companies and renewable energy developers from project inception through financial closing, and financial optimization. Mr. Drucker has extensive international experience having worked on projects located in numerous countries, including Bangladesh, Cambodia, Canada, the Caribbean, Israel, India, Indonesia,Jordan, Korea, Mexico,Pakistan, Singapore, Turkey and the UAE. Efforts involved extensive interface with both governmental agencies and private companies. Bruce has negotiated a number of project finance loans involving multilateral lenders as well as export banks including Overseas Private Investment Corporation, Asian Development Bank, International Finance Corporation, World Bank, Export Development Corporation of Canada, US EXIM Bank, Korean Export Bank, and Commonwealth Development Corporation. Mr. Drucker is an owner and Chief Executive Officer of Trianon Partners. Previously, he was General Counsel for ORFA Corporation of America, a waste to energy company, and a senior associate at Nixon, Hargrave, Devans& Doyle. Bruce was awarded a J.D from State University of New York at Buffalo Law School and a L.L.M. in Taxation from New York University Law School.


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According to Renewable Diesel Chief Executive Officer Bruce Drucker, the KDV 500 unit will be installed at one of its existing waste-to-energy facilities, but the specific location is still being discussed.Covanta owns five wood-fired generation facilities in California and has a 55 percent interest in a sixth wood-fired generation facility, also in California.Once the technology has been demonstrated with this initial unit, Covanta must purchase a significant number of additional KDV units to retain its exclusive rights under its license agreement.Global Energy, Renewable Diesel and Covanta intend to develop three to four additional projects in the next 18 to 24 months.Each of those projects would be capable of adding additional KDV units to take advantage of the economies of scale for the front-end processing of waste, and the operation and maintenance that will reduce the cost of processed waste per ton, according to Drucker. Search This Article View all the articles from the May 2008 issue Print this


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