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Special Legal Note - 06/2011

Bridgestone has recently been made aware that certain individuals and companies have claimed to represent Bridgestone while using Bridgestone's name and past experience to enter into project partnerships, and to bid on international projects.  The apparent purpose of this illegal activity is to obtain fees and expenses from the other project participants.  This has been done without the approval or permission of Bridgestone.

To avoid any possible recurrence of this illegal activity, if you have been contacted by anyone claiming to represent Bridgestone, if in any doubt, prior to entering into any agreement, partnership agreement or project bid, please contact Bridgestone at solutions@brdgstn.com or +1-610-388-6191.

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William Scott, P.E. - Senior Project Engineer - Mechanical

Bill has over 40 years of experience in the power generation industry including conceptualizing and analyzing thermodynamic cycles, enhancing combustion and steam turbine performance, equipment selection, cost estimating, and preliminary plant design. Bill has extensive experience in providing preliminary feasibility studies, cycle comparison, facility upgrade studies, due diligence reviews, design optimization of distributive generators, standby, peak shaving, cogeneration and combined cycle power generation facilities as well as site consumption analysis.

With experience analyzing over five hundred projects, Bill has perfected his analysis techniques to provide a fast economical approach to determine the viability of potential projects. He uses SteamPro, GTPro, SteamMaster and GTMaster, industry recognized modeling tools, for steam and combustion turbine based cycle designs. Also used are manufacturers’ published performance data for combustion turbine, steam turbine, and reciprocating engines, for appropriate cycle performance designs and evaluations. His experience has covered combined cycle projects from less than 3 MW to over 1,000 MW in size and reciprocating engine projects from 120 kW to over 20 MW.

Prior to becoming an independent consultant, Bill held a number of technical positions with a number of companies including a leading power plant equipment manufacturer, a large engineering firm, an independent project developer, and an energy services company. He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Maine, he has attended Graduate Engineering School at the University of Maine and holds a Masters in Education from Widener University. Bill is a Registered Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and a Certified Cogeneration Professional.

 

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