Mr. Green has spent his career successfully conceiving, founding and growing disruptive technology-based businesses. He is currently Founder and Managing Director of Rusheen Capital Management (RCM), which invests in and assists with the commercialization of energy and water related technologies. Through RCM, Mr. Green is: Executive Chairman of Moleaer, a provider of industrial scale nanobubble systems that enable a radical change in the economics of indoor farming, separating metals, treating wastewaters and recovering oil; Executive Chairman of Pantheon Energy, a developer of long-duration thermal energy storage; and Founder and Board Member of C4-MCP, a low-cost, low-emission hydrogen production technology with only solid carbon byproduct. At the end of 2014, he completed his run as founder, CEO and Board Chair of NanoH2O, a global provider of reverse osmosis membranes that leverage nanotechnology to lower the cost of desalination. Mr. Green oversaw the rapid development of nanocomposite membranes from bench-scale research to next-generation commercial technology with over 300 installations in 40 countries in the 3 years from market launch. In April 2014, NanoH2O was acquired by LG Chem, the $22 billion global chemical company of the LG Group. Previously, as a software entrepreneur, Mr. Green founded Archive, Inc. (sold to Cyclone Commerce) and Stamps.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: "STMP"). In both companies, as VP of Marketing, Mr. Green co-wrote the original business plan and directed company strategy and marketing operations. Mr. Green holds a BA from Dartmouth College and an MBA from the Anderson School at UCLA.
Chief Executive Officer
Nicholas Dyner joined Moleaer as Chief Executive Officer in 2017 and brought with him over 13 years of experience in water treatment. Prior to Moleaer, Nicholas led the global sales and marketing efforts of LG Chem Water Solutions, established by Korean chemical giant LG Chem when they acquired the membrane manufacturer, NanoH2O, where he served as the company’s Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing. He also previously held the role of Global Product Manager for GE Water & Process Technologies. Nicholas is a graduate from Cornell University in New York, USA.
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Bruce Scholten brings over 25 years of experience in chemicals and equipment within the water and wastewater treatment industries. In 2002, he founded SoCal Water, a company focused on after-market service of existing industrial and wastewater facilities. Bruce is a graduate of California State University Long Beach with a Bachelor’s in Engineering, and earned his MBA from the University Southern California.
Kevin's more than 20-year career has focused on investing and strategy development in the global energy industry. He led GE's program investing in emerging technology companies in the Energy industry from 2005 through 2013 and led a joint $300 million fund with ConocoPhillips and NRG Energy. Kevin's prior career focused on the O&G sector, including key roles in about 15 private equity and debt investments, and 9 years as a strategy consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton. Kevin has an MBA from Stanford University and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.
Amanda Brock is the Chief Operating Officer of Solaris Midstream and has spent her career focused in the global oil and gas, power and water sectors. Before joining Solaris, Amanda was a co-founder and CEO of Water Standard, a water treatment company focused on desalination as well as produced water, wastewater treatment and recycling in both the upstream and downstream energy industry. Previously, Amanda was President of the Americas for Azurix and was responsible for developing water infrastructure and services. Prior to that, she was President of Enron Joint Venture Management, managing Enron’s global power assets and related partnerships.
Amanda serves on the boards of Cabot Oil & Gas, Macquarie Investment Corporation, Texas Business Hall of Fame, Harte Institute (HRI) for Gulf of Mexico Studies and Water Standard. She previously served on the the top 10 women in energy by the Houston Chronicle and in 2016 was both recognized as one of the top 25 leaders in water globally and as a Texas Honoree for Woman in Energy. She was also invited to the White House related to the administration’s Moonshot for Water Initiative and facilitated a White House delegation to Abu Dhabi. In 2017, Amanda was inducted into the Houston Woman’s Business Hall of Fame.
Amanda was born in Swaziland and grew up in Zimbabwe. She completed her undergraduate degree in South Africa and earned her law degree at Louisiana State University, where she was a member of the Law Review.