President + CEO
Mr. Spencer has over 25 years of experience in the power industry managing the development and financing of energy projects in developed and underdeveloped countries. He founded EverPower in 2002 to pursue renewable energy development. Prior to 2002, he served as an advisor to Renewable Energy Systems Limited (RES) and was instrumental in establishing RES’s Asia Pacific presence in NSW Australia. He also served as a director of RES Asia Pacific from its inception until 2004, when he resigned to devote 100% of his efforts to EverPower.
Mr. Spencer spent ten years at Sithe Energies, Inc., including 4 years as President of Sithe Asia Holdings Limited, and was responsible for the business development and project finance activities of Sithe throughout the Asia Pacific Region. He successfully implemented Sithe’s business model in Asia, helping it to gain a reputation as one of the most successful energy developers and financiers in the Region. Mr. Spencer began his career in 1985 as an attorney in the energy project finance group at Chadbourne & Parke LLP. In 1989, he was recruited to the Prudential Capital Corporation where he served as vice president of corporate finance in the Utilities & Finance Group. Mr. Spencer was involved in over $6 billion of energy-related financings.
Mr. Spencer holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Duquesne University and studied at the University of Toronto. He received a law degree from the University of Pittsburgh.
Executive Vice President + COO
Mr. Golembeski has spent more than 20 years in the power industry in both traditional and renewable energy companies. He serves as EverPower’s chief operating officer responsible for construction and operation activities. From 2003 – 2008, he was responsible for overall project development at EverPower. His power experience encompasses wind, hydroelectric, combustion turbine combined cycle, reciprocating engines, solar and coal.
Mr. Golembeski has designed power plants, managed the permitting process, procured equipment and negotiated virtually every type of project contract. His renewable energy experience also includes the management of a solar manufacturing facility and of hydroelectric facilities. From 1991-2002, Mr. Golembeski was a Vice President of Sithe Energies, Inc., one of the largest independent power producers in the United States. He served in the New York, Beijing and London offices and developed power projects in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia and Africa.
Mr. Golembeski received a Masters of Business Administration in Finance from New York University. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from New York Maritime College and is a licensed Merchant Marine Engineer.