Seth Shortlidge - President & CEO
Seth brings over 20 years of experience in the energy industry. Prior to NTE Energy, he served as general counsel, managing director and finally chief executive at Tamarack Energy and was a partner at the lawfirm of Pierce Atwood. He also served as a Partner/Chair Energy Law Practice at the law firm of Gallagher, Callahan & Gatrell where he represented a wide variety of national and international energy clients in major commercial transactions and regulatory proceedings.
Stephanie Clarkson - CFO
Stephanie brings over 15 years of experience in the energy industry. Before appointed at the Chief Financial Officer, she served as the Senior Vice President of Finance for NTE responsible for corporate and finance activities in public civil infrastructure projects, large commercial development and biomedical engineering projects throughout the southeastern United States.
Tim Eves - Principal
Tim brings over 35 years of experience in the energy industry. He came to NTE Energy from Vercipia, a leader in the development and commercialization of cellulosic ethanol production technology. Prior to Vercipia, Tim worked in various management roles for Calpine Corporation in the areas of project development and origination. He also had a 20-year career with Westinghouse Power Generation in both domestic and international markets.
Chris Rega - Principal
Chris adds over 30 years of engineering experience to NTE's team. Having previously served in technical and leadership roles at Parsons, Siemens and InterGen, Chris has led engineering services on dozens of power plants in several different countries.
Michael Green - Principal
Mike brings nearly 40 years of experience in the energy industry. He served in several management level positions with Duke’s engineering, regulatory affairs and project management divisions, focused on Duke’s generation fleet. Mike was loaned for two years to the Institute of Nuclear Operations (INPO) as a Senior Evaluator to evaluate construction practices of US Nuclear facilities and was also the US representative for the IAEA international evaluation team at the Italian Montalto di Castro site. Mike was also requested by the US State Department to participate in the USAID evaluation of the Egyptian Energy Association’s transmission upgrade efforts. Mike retired from Duke in 2002 after serving as Duke’s VP for IPP development in Florida and the Southeast.
In 2002 Mike formed a consulting firm which represented several IPP’s in the state of Florida before the Public Service Commission and the Florida Legislature and served as Executive Director of a Florida IPP trade association. In 2004, Mike also served as a Director of Governmental and Public Affairs for Calpine’s New South Energy Division.
Education includes BS in engineering from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 1972.