Mr. Venetos has been a consultant since 1993, specializing in the creation and use of modeling software packages to help clients develop new products, manage assets, and problem solve. His diverse background in engineering, software, and quantitative analysis enables him to attack and solve a broad range of business problems. Mr. Venetos began his career at Enter Software (now part of General Electric) as a mechanical engineer. At Enter, he was a key contributor to the development and use of Enter's two main software packages EfficiencyMAP™ (EMAP), and GateCycle™.
Mr. Venetos also worked as a consultant to Altos Management Partners. In his work with Altos, he focused on the application and use of the MarketPoint North American Regional Electric model for clients including Duke Energy, Tractebel USA, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, and El Paso Energy.
Mr. Venetos holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He is a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA). He is also a moderator of the Heat Balance Interest Group (HBIG) a GateCycle user's group on Yahoo.
Mr. Dieleman has been a consultant since 1992 in the energy and power industries. He has extensive regional working experience in the USA and Europe. He has acted as an engineering consultant on research projects and he has also acted as an engineering consultant to developers and investors on power project development.
Mr. Dieleman's work experience includes 12 years in the USA and Austria as a software developer and chemical engineer with Enter Software (now part of General Electric), a company that produces software for the power plant industry. Marco has extensive experience in using the GateCycle™ power plant analysis code and EfficiencyMAP™ performance monitoring code. Using this software, he worked on a variety of power plant research projects and feasibility studies.
Mr. Dieleman holds a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from Technical University of Eindhoven, the Netherlands. He is also a moderator of the Heat Balance Interest Group (HBIG) a GateCycle user's group on Yahoo.