Logan is an energy executive with 25 years experience in the
industry including oil and gas exploration/ production, energy
marketing, project development and pipeline transportation.
In June 1994, he founded LOGANEnergy® Corp. and shifted his business
focus to power generation.
the last decade, Mr. Logan has been at the heart of Fuel Cell
development in the U.S., working collaboratively with the private
sector and government entities.
first became an authorized representative of the UTC PC25 fuel
cell power plant and a service provider for part of the original
Department of Defense (DOD) Fuel Cell fleet. LOGAN expanded
its Fuel Cell services by contracting to support the DOD PEM
Fuel Cell demonstration programs in 2001. Over the past decade the company has installed over 75 PEM demonstration units at numerous DOD and commercial sites and in 2011 and 2012 the company will be installing an additional 20 PEM back up systems at DOD installations across the US.
mid-2004, LOGAN became a distributor of FuelCell Energy high-efficiency
Fuel Cell systems adding multi-megawatt capability to its catalog
of Fuel Cell products. To date, the LOGAN team has a fuel cell portfolio experience aggregating 10MW of high availability and CHP fuel cell applications covering 11 time zones - from Hawaii to the UK. In addition the company will complete the installation of 900kW of CHP projects by the end of 2011.
Logan is a 1970 graduate of the University of the South at Sewanee,
Tennessee, and a former Captain of Marines and Naval Aviator.
Chief Operations Officer
Davis has been involved with Fuel Cell power generation and
alternative energy applications for more than 23 years.
Chief Operating Officer for LOGANEnergy®, Mr. Davis is responsible
for carrying out the formalized business plan to market and
install distributed generation solutions involving Fuel Cells.
In this capacity he has oversight of the day to day operations
at LOGANEnergy®, which include project development and design,
installation, operations & maintenance, and general business
to joining LOGANEnergy® in 2004, Mr. Davis began his Fuel Cell
career in 1983 at UTC Power, a division of the United Technologies
Corporation. He held several positions in multiple disciplines
each with increasing responsibility over a 22 year career. Positions
held included technology development, manufacturing engineering,
project engineering, aftermarket manager for a fleet of more
than 130 Fuel Cells, program management, and lastly he served
as UTC’s stationary Fuel Cell product manager.
During his career at UTC, Mr. Davis has been involved with several
different Fuel Cell technologies which has lead to him receiving
a patent along with co-writing and presenting a number of technical
papers to various organizations.
Mr. Davis received a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Rhode Island and is Master of Business Administration candidate at Renssalaer Polytechnic Institute.
Senior Vice President, Marketing
Spitznagel has been involved with new power generation technologies
and alternative energy applications for more than 18 years.
Senior Vice President of Marketing for LOGANEnergy®, Mr. Spitznagel
is responsible for the development of new Fuel Cell projects,
and for introducing current and perspective customers to the
wide range of services available from LOGANEnergy®.
1993 he has managed the installation of 20 Fuel Cells totaling
over 4 MW of Fuel Cell generating capacity. These installations
include the Riverview Center Nursing Home in Pittsburgh, the
first commercial Fuel Cell in Pennsylvania and fourth in North
America. He also installed eleven 200 KW Fuel Cells at Department
of Defense installations throughout North America.
to joining LOGANEnergy®, Spitznagel was Director of Operations
at Sure Power Corporation where he supervised the installation
of a 400 KW Fuel Cell based test stand. Mr. Spitznagel was also
the Project Manager of Sure Power’s 800 KW Fuel Cell based
ultra-high availability power system at the First National Bank
past chairman of the North American Fuel Cell Owners Group,
he is widely recognized within the Fuel Cell development community,
where he has co-written and presented a number of technical
LOGANEnergy® Ltd. Europe
Lidderdale is a mechanical engineer who has spent a large portion
of his working life involved in the offshore construction industry,
initially in the North Sea and subsequently in Canada and the
South Atlantic. He was involved in the development of the Forties
and Ninian oilfields and the Frigg gas pipeline system. He was
the joint originator, along with an American engineer, of the
offshore flowline bundling technique, now in fairly common use
and developed the site at Wester in Scotland that is now part
of the Halliburton Group. John was also responsible for the
development and proving of the tow method that enabled these
shore-built systems to be safely delivered to offshore locations.
More recently he was responsible, jointly with Derek Fletcher
of High-Point Rendel, for developing a unique cold venting system,
fully compliant with API-rp-521. These systems are now in use
on many offshore structures. His involvement in alternative
energy has been long standing. He first drove a hydrogen powered
car in April 1974, was project manager for a 14 MWe wind farm
installation in 1987, and was Vice-President of International
Sales at SurePower Corporation who were among the first to make
a multi Fuel Cell (4 x 200 kW) run successfully as an ultra-high-availability