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					  DARTMOUTH                                            MASSACHUSETTS

           Office of the Select Board                                     P.O. Box 79399
                                                                    Dartmouth, MA 02747-0985
        William J. Trimble, Chairperson
                                                                     Telephone: (508) 910-1813
     Michael P. Watson, Vice Chairperson                                Fax: (508) 910-1839
                Lara H. StOlle                                      www.town.dartmouth.ma.us
                                                                         David G. Cressman
               Joseph Michaud                                            Executive Administrator
             Shawn D. McDonald                                  Email: cressmandg@town.dartrnouth.ma.us


January 18, 2011

Commonwealth Wind Incentive Program: Community Scale
Solicitation No. 2011-CWIPCS-02
Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
55 summer Street, 9 th Floor
Boston, MA 02110

Re: Dartmouth Wind Turbine Project

To Whom It May Concern:

The Town of Dartmouth is please to attach its application for funding to assist with the Design
and Construction of two wind turbines to be located on town-owned land at our DPW water
treatment and pollution control facility.

A grant of $400,000 toward this project will help the Town to minimize its financial risk, by
helping to cover the costs of the BAN's (Bond Anticipation Notes) prior to full operation of the
project. We have taken a very conservative approach to the economic modeling in order to
minimize the risks to the Town. We are confident that this will be a breakeven project within the
first full year of operation. We expect the project to be fully operational in September 2012.

As detailed in our commitment letter, which is included as part of the application, the Town of
Dartmouth is aggressively pursuing alternative energy projects. In addition to these wind
turbines, which will directly reduce our reliance on the grid, the town has issued an RFP for a
solar installation on the town's capped landfill and has also permitted two other solar
installations.

Town-wide support for this project has been reflected in numerous town meetings, which have
authorized various levels of feasibility and design and construction funding, as well as the
passage of by-laws for residential, commercial and municipal wind turbine installations.
Additionally, over the last year, the town has assembled a very talented engineering and financial
team to assist us in fully evaluating the technical options and detailing the economic model.

The Town's financial commitment to this project is substantial and reflects its overwhelming
support for this project. In additional to monies previously allocated for feasibility studies, the
town has authorized $9.5 million for the construction and design ofthe two turbines.
We recognize that the receipt ofthe requested grant represents a substantial investment by the
State. We understand and are prepared to meet the State's deliverable requirements and time
schedule and its General Terms and Conditions.

We thank you for your consideration of the project and look forward to meeting with you to
discuss this project in more detail.


Sincerely,



David G. Cressman
Executive Administrator
                                               Commonwealth Wind
             Feasibility Study and Design & Construction Grants (2011-CWIPCS-02)
                  Authorized Applicant's Signature and Acceptance Form
         The undersigned is a duly authorized representative of the Applicant listed below. The Applicant
         has read and understands the Solicitation requirements. The undersigned acknowledges that all
         of the terms and conditions of the Solicitation are mandatory.
         The Applicant specifically acknowledges the application of the procedures regarding submission
         of sensitive information as set forth in Section 9.1.2 of the Solicitation, and specifically agrees that
         it shall be bound by those procedures. The Applicant understands that all materials submitted as
         part of the application are SUbject to disclosure under the Massachusetts Public Records Law,
         codified at Chapter 66 of the Massachusetts General Laws; and acknowledges and agrees that
         MassCEC has no obligation, and retain the sole discretion to fund or choose not to fund the
         application set forth herein, and that MassCEC's receipt of the application does not imply any
         promise of funding at any time.
         The undersigned has either:
         D        specified exceptions and counterproposals to the Grant Agreement in the Application;
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         !;k      agreed to the terms and conditions of the Grant Agreement and has included an original,
  nne.            signed copy of with its Application; or
         D        acknowledged that it has previously executed the Grant Agreement.
         The undersigned acknowledges and agrees that the failure to submit exceptions and
         counterproposals with this Application shall be deemed a waiver and neither the Grant
         Agreement nor the Task Order shall be SUbject to further negotiation.
         The applicant understands that, if selected by MassCEC, the applicant and MassCEC will detail
         and execute a Task Order that outlines the respective roles and responsibilities.


         I certify that the statements made in this application, including all attachments and
         exhibits, are true and correct to the best of my knowledge.


         Applicant:            TOlt,lIl     of Dartmouth
                                                     (Printed Name of Applicant)




                      (Signature of Authorized Representative)


         Name:        David G             Cressman


         Title:       _Ezxecutive Administrator

         Date:             /_/_·_/_3_/._#                              _




                                    Commonwealth Wind Incentive Program: Community Scale
                                               Solicitation No. 2011-CWIPCS-02
                                                           Form A
                                                 Form C
                                     General Terms and Conditions


Please Note: Exceptions to the following document must be included in the Application. If Applicant has
no exceptions, please submit a fully-executed original of the General Terms and Conditions with the
Application.

                                  Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

                                    General Terms and Conditions

The following General Terms and Conditions are issued by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Technology
Center ("MassCEC"), an independent public instrumentality of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Any
changes or electronic alterations to the official version of this form shall be void. Participants shall
be bound by these General Terms and Conditions upon execution and submission to MassCEC. These
General Terms and Conditions will be incorporated by reference into any Task Order for any financial
assistance award executed by the Grantee and MassCEC.

1.   Definitions
"Agreement" means these General Terms and Conditions and all Task Orders entered into hereunder
and all other referenced attachments hereto and thereto, as the same may be amended from time to time
in accordance with the terms of these General Terms and Conditions.
"Commonwealth" means the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (and its political subdivisions or agents
when the context so requires).
"Deliverable" means any tangible product to be delivered as an element of performance under a Task
Order.
"Grant" means the funding awarded by MassCEC's Board of Directors as set forth in the applicable Task
Order.
"Grantee" means any Person who has sought funding or other financial support from, or has submitted
one or more proposals for projects to, MassCEC and has been awarded such financial support or funding
under any of MassCEC's programs or initiatives as in effect from time to time.
"General Counsel" means MassCEC's General Counsel, or, in the event that no Person holds such title at
the time in question, such other legal counsel to MassCEC as MassCEC's Executive Director may
designate.
"Governmental Authority" means any national or federal government, any state or other political
subdivision thereof, and any other Person exercising executive, legislative, judicial, regulatory or
administrative functions of or pertaining to government.
"Non-Public Entity" means any entity that is not an instrumentality, authority, agency, department or
political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
"Project" means services rendered, obligations due, costs incurred, commodities and deliverables
provided and accepted by the MassCEC, programs provided or other commitments authorized under a
Task Order.
"Project Manager" means the individual, set forth in the applicable Task Order, employed by MassCEC
and by Grantee, respectively who shall have primary responsibility for managing the Project.




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"Project Budget" means the and costs associated with the tasks set forth in the Project Plan which shall
be reimbursed by MassCEC pursuant to the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the applicable
Task Order.
"Project Plan" means the set of tasks required to complete the Project as set forth in the applicable Task
Order.
"Public Entity" means an instrumentality, authority, agency, department or political subdivision of the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts, including municipalities.
"Public Records Act" means the Massachusetts Public Records Act, M.G.L. Chapter 66, and any
successor thereto.
"Task Order" means the documentation that sets forth the Grant awarded, the specifics of the Project for
which the Grant was awarded and all terms and conditions for the application and use of such Grant
funds, including the Project Plan and Project Budget.

2.	 Term and Termination
    a)	 The effective start date of performance under a Task Order shall be the date indicated as such on
        the Task Order provided that such Task Order has been executed by an authorized signatory of
        the Contractor and MassCEC.
    b)	 This Agreement may be terminated by either MassCEC or Grantee at any time for a material
        breach of any term of the Agreement. In the event of such termination, compensation shall be
        paid to the Grantee for the actual costs of allowable expenses incurred for work performed and
        the reasonable and necessary actual direct costs incurred in the performance of the work
        pursuant to the applicable Task Order prior to the effective date of the termination.
    c)	 MassCEC may terminate this Agreement in the event of loss of availability of sufficient funds for
        the purposes of this Agreement or in the event of an unforeseen public emergency or other
        change of law mandating immediate MassCEC action inconsistent with performing its obligations
        under this Agreement.

3.	 Payments and Compensation
    The Grantee shall only be compensated for performance delivered and accepted by the MassCEC in
    accordance with the specific terms and conditions of the applicable Task Order. Acceptance by the
    Grantee of any payment or partial payment, without any written objection by the Grantee, shall in
    each instance operate as a release and discharge of MassCEC from all claims, liabilities or other
    obligations relating to the performance of a Task Order.
4.	 Insurance

    a)	 Specific requirements for insurance shall be set forth in the applicable Task Order.
    b)	 Insurance Requirements for Public Agencies. Notwithstanding the foregoing provision of this
        Section 4, in the event the Grantee is a public agency (as defined in Chapter 7, Section 39A of
        the Massachusetts General Laws), then MassCEC agrees that Grantee may self insure to the
        extent permitted by law as though Grantee were the insurer under all insurance required for its
        activities under the applicable Task Order. Grantee hereby waives all offsets and defenses that it
        may otherwise have with respect to the insurance required to be maintained hereunder. The
        grant of the right to self insure is subject to the requirements that (i) the contractors and
        subcontractors of Grantee carry insurance of the types and levels required for their activities
        under the applicable Task Order; (ii) that such insurance shall name MassCEC, and such other
        entities as MassCEC may request, as additional insureds, and (iii) no settlement or payment, for
        any claim or loss, injury or damage or other matter as to which MassCEC may be charged with
        an obligation to make any payment or reimbursement, shall be made by the Grantee without the
        written approval of MassCEC.

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5.   Access and Use
     Grantee agrees to license or otherwise make available to MassCEC in perpetuity, without charge, all
     materials prepared and produced for the Project, including, without limitation, all plans, specifications
     and analyses developed in connection with the Project for MassCEC's use and dissemination.

6.	 Publicity
     a)	 Grantee shall collaborate with MassCEC on any press releases, events, signs and to plan for any
         news conference concerning the Project. In any media produced by Grantee, Grantee will not
         represent that positions taken or advanced by it represent the opinion or position of MassCEC.
     b)	 Grantee agrees that MassCEC shall have the right to make use of and disseminate, in whole or in
         part, all work products, reports, and other information produced in the course of the Project, and
         to use the information therein contained to produce summaries, case studies or similar
         information resources.

7.	 Assignment and Subcontracting
     MassCEC may assign its rights and obligations under this Agreement to any natural or legal person
     or entity who succeeds to all or any portion of MassCEC's business, and all covenants and
     agreements hereunder shall inure to the benefit of and be enforceable by said successors or
     assigns. Grantee shall not assign or in any way transfer any interest in, or any of Grantee's rights or
     obligations under this Agreement, including by operation of law, without the prior written consent of
     MassCEC, nor shall Grantee subcontract any services to anyone without the prior written consent of
     MassCEC.

8.	 Nondiscrimination
     The Grantee agrees to comply with all applicable Federal and State statutes, rules and regulations
     promoting fair employment practices or prohibiting employment discrimination and unfair labor
     practices and shall not discriminate in the hiring of any applicant for employment nor shall any
     qualified employee be demoted, discharged or otherwise subject to discrimination in the tenure,
     position, promotional opportunities, wages benefits or terms and conditions of their employment
     because of race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, religion, disability, handicap, sexual
     orientation, or for exercising any rights afforded by law.

9.	 Indemnification
     a)	 To the fullest extent permitted by law, Grantee shall indemnify and hold harmless the
         Commonwealth, MassCEC, and each of their respective agents, officers, directors and
         employees (together with the Commonwealth and MassCEC, the "Covered Persons") from and
         against any and all liability, loss, claims, damages, fines, penalties, costs and expenses (including
         reasonable attorney's fees), judgments and awards (collectively, "Damages") sustained, incurred
         or suffered by or imposed upon any Covered Person resulting from (i) any breach of this
         Agreement or false representation of Grantee under this Agreement, or (ii) any negligent acts or
         omissions or reckless misconduct of Grantee. Without limiting the foregoing, Grantee shall
         indemnify and hold harmless each Covered Person against any and all Damages that may arise
         out of or are imposed because of the failure to comply with the provisions of applicable law by
         Grantee or any of its agents, officers, directors, employees or subcontractors. The foregoing
         notwithstanding, Grantee shall not be liable for (i) any Damages sustained, incurred or suffered
         by or imposed upon any Covered Person resulting from any negligent acts or omissions or
         reckless misconduct of MassCEC, and (ii) except for liability for death or personal injury caused
         by the negligence or willful misconduct of the Grantee or for claims of infringement of a third
         party's intellectual property by Grantee, the aggregate liability of Grantee under this Agreement
         shall not exceed the greater of the amount of the Grant or the amount recovered under any
         applicable insurance coverage.

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   b)	 In no event shall either party be liable for any indirect, incidental, special or consequential
       damag~s whatsoever (including but not limited to lost profits or interruption of business) arising
       out of or related to Grantee's performance of the Project under this Agreement.
10.	 Public Records
     As a public entity, the MassCEC is subject to Massachusetts' Public Records Law, codified at
     Chapter 66 of the Massachusetts General Laws. Thus, except for those documents exempted from
     disclosure, any documentary material, data, or other information received by the MassCEC from a
     Grantee is a public record subject to disclosure. Grantees are advised to review Chapter 66 prior to
     submitting any information to the MassCEC.

     Notwithstanding the above, certain kinds of information may be exempt from public disclosure under
     the limited exemption at Chapter 23J, Section 2(k) of the Massachusetts General Laws. Specifically,
     materials that fall under one of the following categories may be determined to be not public records
     and thus not subject to disclosure:

      •	     Information, documents, or data that consist of trade secrets;

      •	     Information, documents, or data that consist of commercial or financial information regarding
             the operation of any business conducted by the Applicant; and

      •	     Information, documents, or data regarding the Applicant's competitive position in a

             particularfield of endeavor.


     The Grantee may assert a claim of confidentiality for part or all of the information submitted to the
     MassCEC. To make a claim of confidentiality, the Grantee must:
      1.	 Clearly identify the documents, reports, or other information you wish to receive confidential
          treatment and mark such materials "CONFIDENTIAL". Where a portion of an otherwise non­
          confidential document is alleged to be confidential, the confidential portions should be clearly
          identified and marked;
      2.	 State the basis for your claim of confidentiality (whether trade secret, commercial or financial
          information, or competitive position information) and whether disclosure of the information
          would likely result in substantial harm to your business. If substantial harm would result from
          disclosure, state what those harmful effects would be and their causal connection to disclosure
          of the information;
      3.	 State the period of time for which confidential treatment is desired (e.g., until a certain date,
          until the occurrence of a specific event, or permanently); and
      4.	 Submit non-confidential information (inclUding any redacted versions of partially confidential
          documents) separate from all materials for which you request confidential treatment.
     All confidentiality claims are SUbject to verification by the MassCEC. If no confidentiality claim is
     made when information is received by the MassCEC, then it may be made publicly available without
     further notice to you.

11.	 Audit
     At any time period prior to the completion of the Project and as otherwise provided in this Section,
     MassCEC will have the right to audit Grantee's or its other agents' records to confirm the use of the
     Grant proceeds. If such audit reveals that any portion of the Grant was utilized for purposes not
     permitted under the applicable Task Order, then Grantee shall refund to MassCEC the amount
     determined by such audit within thirty (30) days of Grantee's receipt of such audit and demand.
     Grantee shall maintain books, records, and other compilations of data pertaining to the Grant
     payments made under an applicable Task Order to the extent and in such detail as shall properly
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    substantiate use of such payments. All such records shall be kept for a period of seven (7) years,
    starting on the first day after final payment under an applicable Task Order (the "Retention Period").
    If any litigation, claim, negotiation, audit or other action involving the records is commenced prior to
    the expiration of the Retention Period, all records shall be retained until completion of the audit or
    other action and resolution of all issues resulting there from, or until the end of the Retention Period,
    whichever is later. MassCEC or the Commonwealth or any of their duly authorized representatives
    shall have the right at reasonable times and upon reasonable notice, to examine and copy at
    reasonable expense, the books, records, and other compilations of data of the Grantee which
    pertain to the provisions and requirements of this Grant. Such access may include on-site audits,
    review and copying of records.

12. Conflict of Interest
     Grantee acknowledges that all MassCEC employees are subject to the Massachusetts Conflict of
     Interest statute, codified at Chapter 268A, of the Massachusetts General Laws.

13. Lobbying
     No Grant funds may be used to pay for or otherwise support any activities intended to influence any
     matter pending before the Massachusetts General Court or for activities covered by the law and
     regulations governing "legislative agents" or "executive agents" set forth in the Massachusetts
     Lobbying Law, Chapter 3, Section 39 of the Massachusetts General Laws.

14. Choice of Law
    This Agreement shall be construed under, and governed by, the laws of the Commonwealth of
    Massachusetts, without giving effect to its conflict of laws principles. The Grantee agrees to bring
    any Federal or State legal proceedings arising under this Grant in which the Commonwealth or
    MassCEC is a party in a court of competent jurisdiction within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
    This Section shall not be construed to limit any other legal rights of the parties.

15. Force Majeure
     Neither party shall be liable to the other, or be deemed to be in breach of this Agreement for any
     failure or delay in rendering performance arising out of causes beyond its reasonable control and
     without its fault or negligence. Such causes may include, but are not limited to, acts of God or of a
     public enemy, fires, floods, epidemics, quarantine restrictions, strikes, freight embargoes, or
     unusually severe weather. Dates or times of performance including the Term of this Agreement may
     be extended to account for delays excused by this Section, prOVided that the party whose
     performance is affected notifies the other promptly of the existence and nature of such delay.

16. Waivers
     Conditions, covenants, duties and obligations contained in this Agreement may be waived only by
     written agreement between the parties. Forbearance or indulgence in any form or manner by a party
     shall not be construed as a waiver, nor in any way limit the remedies available to that party.

17. Severability
     Each provision of this Agreement shall be treated as a separate and independent clause and any
     decision from a court of competent jurisdiction to the effect that any clause or provision of this
     Agreement is null or unenforceable shall in no way impair the validity, power or enforceability of any
     other clause or provision of this Agreement.

18. Notice
     All communications to MassCEC regarding legal issues shall be mailed or delivered to the following
     address, or sent by facsimile to the following number:

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                             Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
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                             55 Summer Street, 9 Floor
                             Boston, MA 02110
                             Attn: Deputy General Counsel

      Any notice shall be deemed delivered and received when submitted in writing in person or when
      delivered by any other appropriate method evidencing actual receipt by MassCEC.

19. Amendments, Entire Agreement and Attachments
      All conditions, covenants, duties and obligations contained in the Agreement may be amended only

      through a written amendment signed by the Grantee and MassCEC. The parties understand and

      agree that this Agreement supersedes all other verbal and written agreements and negotiations by

      the parties regarding the matters contained herein.




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Telephone:              508 910 1813                                                                                    FAX: 508 910 1839

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              DARTMOUTH WIND TURBINE PROJECT


                      LIST OF APPENDICES

APPENDIX A
        SITE OWNER COMMITMENT LETTER

APPENDIXB
         PROJECT PARTNER COMMITMENT LETTER

APPENDIXC
         TEAM ORGANIZATION CHART

APPENDIXD
         REUMES OF KEY TOWN PERSONNEL

APPENDIXE
        RESUMES OF KEY CONSULTANT TEAM MEMBERS

APPENDIXF
        FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND ECONOMIC CALCULATIONS

APPENDIXG
        COPIES OF ELECTRICTY BILL FOR LOAD

APPENDIXH
        SITE PLAN AND PHOTOS

APPENDIX I        TURBINE PREFEASIBILITY STUDY NOVEMBER 2009

APPENDIXJ         B-1 FEASIBILITY FORM

APPENDIXK         ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS NOVEMBER 2009

APPENDIXL         SHADOW FLICKER ANALYSIS NOVEMBER 2009

APPENDIXM         MET TOWER WIND DATA REPORT

APPENDIXN         SODAR-BASED WIND RESOURCE ASSESSMENT

APPENDIX 0        TOWN OF DARTMOUTH WIND TURBINE BY-LAWS

APPENDIXP         ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROJECTS - DARTMOUTH PUBLIC
                  WORKS


APPENDIXQ         FAA DETERMINATION

         APPENDIX A





SITE OWNER COMMITMENT LETTER

 DARTMOUTH                                             MASSACHUSETTS

          Office of the Select Board                                     P.O. Box 79399
                                                                   Dartmouth, MA 02747-0985
       William J. Trimble, Chairperson
                                                                    Telephone: (508) 910-1813
    Michael P. Watson, Vice Chairperson                                Fax: (508) 910-1839
               Lara H. Stone                                       www.town.dartmouth.ma.us
                                                                       David G. Cressman
              Joseph Michaud                                            Executive Administrator
            Shawn D. McDonald                                  Email: cressmandg@town.dartmouth.ma.us




January 19,2011

Commonwealth Wind Incentive Program: Community Scale
Solicitation No. 20ll-CWIPCS-02
Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
55 summer Street, 9th Floor
Boston, MA 02110

Re: Site Owner Commitment

To Whom It May Concern:

Please be advised that the Town of Dartmouth is fully committed to the development and
operations of two town-owned wind turbines on town-owned property as more fully detailed in
the accompanying application.

The Town has been investigating the opportunities for wind power for a number of years,
beginning with the establishment of the Alternative Energy Committee about 6 years ago. Since
then, the Town meeting has authorized funds for both a pre-feasibility (October 2008) and full
feasibility study (June 2009), and in June 2008 passed a bylaw to permit the installation and
operation of commercial-size wind turbines. In January 2010, the Town Meeting appropriated
$9,500,000 to pay the costs of designing, acquiring and construction two wind turbines. Then, in
June 2010, the Town passed a land based municipal wind turbine by-law. One of the reasons for
adopting a new zoning by-law was to grant the Town the right to construct wind turbines on
Town owned property. This by-law was subsequentially approved by the Attorney General.
Additionally, it should be noted in prior litigation over the Town's Special Permit at this site, the
Plaintiffs did not question the Town's ownership. Additionally, to secure control over the site,
the Town has had its Conservation Commission delineate the wetlands areas so that such issues
have been minimized.

This financial commitment of$9.5 million clearly demonstrates the Town's commitment to cost
sharing on this project. The Town has already demonstrated a willingness to share its data, as
evidenced by the positing of significant information on the Town's Alternative Energy
Committee website:
http://www.town.dartmouth.ma.us/Pages/DartmouthMA BComm/AEC/index
Additionally, the Town is committed to the payback requirements as evidenced in the financial
analysis and budget which are detailed in the accompanying application.

We thank you for your consideration of the project.


Sincerely,
                 ".
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David G. Cressman
Executive Administrator
            APPENDIXB




PROJECT PARTNER COMMITMENT LETTER

January 17, 2011

Mr. David C. Cressman
Executive Administrator
Town of Dartmouth
400 Slocum Road
Dartmouth, MA 02747

STY Project Number: 4014939

Dear Mr. Cressman:

This letter of commitment is for the STY team to perform engineering and related
services for the Town of Dartmouth Wind Turbine Project. Our team consists of STY as
prime consultant providing project management; quality assurance and control;
procurement assistance; and civil, structural, and electrical engineering. Our team
includes the following sub-consultant firms:
    • COWl Wind North America: Financial Assistance, Procurement Assistance,
                                      Wind Technical Assistance, and Electrical
                                      Interconnection
    • Field Engineering:              Permitting
    • Atlantic Design Engineers: Updates and Revisions to Acoustic Analysis
    • TRC Environmental Corp.: Acoustic Analysis review
STY thanks you for the opportunity to work with the Dartmouth DPW on this wind
turbine project. We are committed to supplying you with the experienced and qualified
personnel and consultants required for this project.



              urs,




Mark W. Pelletier, PE                             Robert B. Connors PE
Vice President                                    Project Manager
       APPENDIXC





TEAM ORGANIZATION CHART

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   FE - Fiekl Engineering Co .• Inc.
 COWl- COIM VVind North Am
  TRC - TRC Environmental Corporation
  ATL - Atlantic Design




                                                                   M. Pelletier, PE
                                                 Civil            H. duPont (COWl)
                                           A. Timperio, PE     A. Connors, PE, COM I
                                              Structural            OE, CCS,CSI
                                            P. Wanka, PE
                                             Electrical
                                        C. Mace. PE, LEEO"AP
         APPENDIXD




RESUMES OF KEY TOWN PERSONNEL

13 Costa Street       Phone:   508-910-1813 (w)            Email:   cressmandg@town.dartmouth.ma.us
Dartmouth, MA 02747            978-995-7128 (cell)




David G. Cressman
   Experience:                 2009-present                Town of Dartmouth                 Dartmouth, MA
                      Executiv~ Administrator        - Chief Administrative officer for a town of 33,000
                               1988 - 2009                 Town ofTewksbury                  Tewksbury, MA
                      Town Manager - Chief Administrative officer for a town Of 29,607,
                         responsible for the management and administration of general government,
                         community development, public safety, and human services functions,
                         prepare and manage the Town's $93.9 million operating budget and its
                         capital budget, responsible for human resource management for 206
                         employees including labor relations, provide direction, oversight,
                         coordination, and guidance to the Town's capital projects, coordinate
                         relations with state, federal and other municipalities for Town issues and
                         projects,. and respond to citizen inquiries and community issues.


                         First Town Manager


                         Technological Literacy

                         Instituted the Town's first and second financial computerized management
                         system which has grown to be a beta site for the software provider

                         Supported technological innovation in the Police and Fire Departments so
                         that Tewksbury was one of the first communities with a Reverse 911 system,
                         a vehicle locator system, and use of the IMC software system with an
                         ambulance service


                        Functional and Operational Expertise and Planning

                        Created the Town's first Capita/Improvement Plan and then implemented it
                        with the construction of a new Police Station, new Library, new South Fire
                        Station, rehabilitation of the former Library as the Town Hall Annex, a new
                        and renovated Senior Center, and a new upper elementary school (Ryan)
                        and a new and renovated Wynn Middle School. In addition, I managed the
                        start and completion of the Town's Water Treatment Plant and two
                        subsequent additions to it, the construction of a 5.0 MG water tank, and the
                        construction of Phases 4-11 of the Town's $100 mil/ion sewer program along
                        with the addition or replacement of numerous water mains.

                        Currently managing the construction of a $2.5 million sewer pump station
                        renovation program, a water meter replacement program that will allow the
                        meters to be read by radio transmission, the construction of Phases 10 and
                        11 of the sewer program, and a Town Hall renovation project
 Managed the Town's solid waste collection and disposal contracts which
 resulted in concluding the NESWC contract at a lower tip fee than originally
 estimated, negotiating a new five year contract with a term until June 30,
 2010, advocated for and signed a contract for an automated solid waste
 collection system to encourage recycling and save money starting in July,
 2009, and lead eight municipalities at negotiating a five year solid waste,
 contract starting in July, 2010 with lower tip fees than they are paying today

 Managed the Town's Insurance Liability program so our performance in our
 loss ratios and participation in loss prevention activities has resulted in
 several awards from MilA, our insurer


 Citizen Service

 Member of the High School Building Committee involved in the Feasibility
 Study/Schematic Design to build a new high school


Financial Analysis

 Developed the Town's first cell tower zoning by-law and secured cell tower
 leases for the Town that produce revenue over $400,000 per year

 Focused on energy costs by being one of the first communities to implement
 sodium vapor street lighting and now have an electricity supply contract for
 over three more years at 8.975 cents/kwh


Human Resources I Personnel Management

Instituted successful negotiations with 10 unions in 1989 and again in 2005
which resulted in the Town revising its health insurance program. The work
in 1989 was the basis for legislative change allowing coalition bargaining.

Added a second ambulance with no additional staff cost


Initiative, Risk Taking, Vision, Creativity, Innovation Achievement

Developed a by-law that spurred senior living developments, such as

Emerald Court and Eagles Landing



Strategic Planning

Involved in Economic Development activities involving Wal-Mart,
International Place, and planning for the Tri-Town 1-93 interchange with the
Towns of Andover and Wilmington

Staff Effectiveness

Restructured Town organization by creating Finance and Community
Development Departments to improve communication, teamwork and service
to the public
    Democratic Advocacy and Citizen Participation

     Served on a Governor appointed committee which resulted in the State
     Legislature changing the definition for Special Education services and
     recommending a circuit breaker funding mechanism

    As a member of the Massachusetts Municipal Association (MMA) Labor and
    Personnel Policy Committee, developed a proposal which was enacted into
    law that the Chief Executive of a municipality would participate and vote on
    school labor contracts

    Advocated and secured a change in State law recognizing school debt in the
    education funding formula

    As a result of my comments at the 2009 MMA conference, the Department of
    Energy Resources is modeling the Department of Environmental Protection
    Waste and Recycling Staffing model for working with local governments

    Served on a Department of Environmental Protection Task Force studying
    landfill mining



1985 -1988                      City of Hartford                 Hartford, CT

Director, Office of Management & Budget

   Managed budget and policy development for the City and staff responsible
   for this work

   Responsible for developing the City's Legislative policY', particularly for
   education funding, including managing the funding model and then
   influencing the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities legislative policy

   Assisted in negotiating union contracts

   Secured award from the Government Finance Officers Association for budget
   development



1980 -1985                      City of Hartford                Hartford, CT

Management Analyst & Sr. Management Analyst

   Liaison to various departments to assist them in preparing annual budgets,
   management reports and various analyses

   Prepared fiscal analysis demonstrating loss revenues and profits for the
   City's lawsuit after
  the Civic Center roof collapse·

   Advocated for and secured a position on the City's collective bargaining team
                     1976 -1980                      City of Allentown               Allentown, PA

                     Legislative Liaison to the City Council

                         Initiated this position

                         Represented the City at Pennsylvania League of Cities meetings and
                         conference speaker on        an Economic Development policy which I I
                         implemented to provide for tax abatements after adoption by City, School
                         District and County

                        Analyzed the City's pension system and recommended actions to reform it
                        whichwere implemented in terms of annually reviewing fund managers and
                        putting them on a competitive basis, and starting a new pension system for
                        new employees

                        Lead staff person for a study that resulted in the redesign of an Interstate
                        highway, which involved working with federal and state officials to implement
                        President Carter's urban policy for this project



Education:          1976 - 1978       Pennsylvania State University Capital Campus

                        M.PA in PublicAdministration
                        Graduated with a 4.0 GPA

                    1971 -1975        Muhlenberg College    Allentown, PA

                        BA in Political Science - History
                        Graduated Cum Laude




Professional Affiliations:

                       Member of International City Management Association (ICMA) since 1975
                       and a Credentialed Manager since 2004

                       Member of Massachusetts Municipal Management Association (MMMA):
                       Former President, Vice President, Treasurer, Executive Committee member,
                       Chair of Program Committee and currently serving on the Nominations
                       Committee

                       Member of Massachusetts Municipal Association (fVIMA): Currently Chair of
                       Labor & Personnel Policy Committee, former member of the Executive
                       Committee and Board of Directors. Former member of the Local
                       Government Advisory Committee consisting of locaL and school officials
                       which presented municipal and education concerns to the Governor or
                       Lieutenant Governor. At various meetings I seNed as a presenter of local
                       government issues particularly related to education

                       Former Vice Chairman of the Northeast Solid Waste Committee which
                       generated over $2.5 million for Tewksbury when it was terminated by its
                       members.
Community:   Member of Rotary Club

             Former Church Council member and currently serve as Usher, Communion
             Assistant and Counter at scheduled services

Interests:   Cross country skiing, sailing, kayaking, and gardening including building
             stone walls
                                            GREGORY W. BARNES
                                            190 Brayton Pount Road
                                            WESTPORT, MA 02790
                                                 (774) 451-1472
RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE:
Director of Budget & Finance/Treasurer
       Town 0/ Dartmouth, Dartmouth, MA                                                          May 20 IO-Present
Functioned as the Towns' Chief Fiinancial Officer, overseeing and supervising the Town's financial departments
including Assessing, Collections, Accounting, Treasury, and Management Information Systems. Served as Town's
Treasurer, Chief Procurement Officer, and the Acting Chief Adminstrative Officer when the Executive
Administrator is absent. Perform a variety of high level support functions, often involving more than finance.

Town Administrator
      Town o/Townsend. Townsend. MA                                                          July 2004-May 2010
      Town o/Swansea, Swansea, MA                                                       November 2001-July 2004
Functioned as the Towns' Chief Administrative Officer, administering and supervising departments and boards
under the purview of the Board of Selectmen. Served as Chief Fiscal Officer, Chief Procurement Officer,
Personnel Director, Collective Bargaining Negotiator, and Insurance/Legal Coordinator. Prepared annual budgets
for review by Selectmen. Attended most Finance Committee meetings. Helped recruit department heads and staff.
Interacted extensively with officials, citizens, press, and outside agencies. In Townsend, instituted new capital
planning and fiscal forecasting procedures; refined operating budget/procurement practices; and spearheaded
efforts to address budget sustainability. In Swansea, oversaw the Town through a period of severe fiscal stress,
necessitating major reductions in Town budgets and personnel and the enhancement and creation of revenue
sources, and transitioned the Town in health insurance from self-insurance to joining a health collaborative.
Assistant to the Town Administrator                                                   March I 999-November 2001
       Town a/North Attleborough, North Attleborough, MA
Performed high level administrative, managerial, technical, and professional work assisting the Town Administrator.
Appointed June 2000 as the Acting Solid Waste Department Head. Supervised Board of Selectmen and Town
Administrator's office staff, Town Hall custodians, and Solid Waste Department employees. Served in a variety of
roles, including Property/Liability Insurance Coordinator, ADA Coordinator, Town Hall Facility Manager, and
Capital Budget Committee member. Communicated regularly with citizens, press, Selectmen and other officials.
Finance/Management Assistant                                                            January 1996-March 1999
      Town 0/ Dedham, Dedham, MA
Served as staff support to the Town Administrator, Finance Committee, and Capital Expenditures Committee.
Worked on projects associated with finance, personnel, procurement, and computer systems in close collaboration
with the Town Administrator. Revamped the format of the operating budget; standardized and computerized the
collection, processing, and presentation of budgetary and personnel data; and created new capital project request
procedures. Drafted the Finance Committee's report and recommendation books and provided supporting material
for the Town Administrator's budget messages. Involved regularly with employees, officials, and citizens.
Graduate Assistant                                                                          August 1994-May 1995
     Maxwell School o/Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse, NY
Researched grant opportunities and assisted professor in preparing grant proposals. Analyzed the effectiveness of
several governmental agencies in addressing various economic and land use issues within the Adirondack region.

EDUCATION:
Master of Public Administration                                                                        August 1995
      Maxwell School o/Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY
Dual concentration in Public Management/State and Local Government Finance. Awarded highly selective,
merit-based Syracuse University Tuition Scholarship and Graduate Assistantship (1994-1995).
Graduate Work in Public Administration                                                 Fall 1993-Winter 1994
     Maxine Goodman Levin College 0/ Urban Affairs, Cleveland State University, Cleveland. OH
Credit courses including Research Methods, Municipal Finance, and Introduction to Public Works.
Bachelor ofArts, Cum Laude                                                                               May 1991
      Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA
Dual majors in Political SciencelPolicy and Management Studies. Certificate in Environmental Studies.
Washington Semester Program at American University. Inducted into Phi Sigma Alpha, Political Science Honor
Society (1991). Elected to Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leadership Honorary Society (1989).
COMPUTER SKILLS: Word, Excel, Access, Internet, and strong familiarity with municipal financial software.
                                       David T. Hickox, P.E.
                                6 Causeway Road - Fairhaven, MA 02719
                                                (508) 994-9245
 EMPLOYMENT
       Director of Public WorkslTown Engineer                                                         2004­
 Present             Town of Dartmouth Department of Public Works
       Dartmouth, MA
         Assistant Superintendent of Public WorkslTown Engineer                                       1987­
 2004
         Highly responsible administrative technical and supervisory work in planning, directing, and
         managing the operations of the Department of Public Works with an annual operating budget of
         seven million dollars and 75 employees. Responsible for the day-to-day supervision of the
         Engineering Division (five employees). Exercise independent judgment in directing overall
         engineering and administrative activities for the Department.'·'
        Responsible for design, construction, and project administration of large public works projects.
        Responsible for preparation of project budgets, grant applications, and reimbursement requests.
        Prepare and review technical drawings and specifications. Make frequent contact with other
        Tovvn, State, and County officials, and with the general public.
        Engineer                                                                                      1981­
        1987
        Stone & Webster Engineering~Inc.
        Boston, MA
        Shoreham Nuclear Power Station - Unit I -          Long Island Lighting, Company, Wading River, NY
        Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Station - Unit III              Duesque Power Company, Midland, PA
        Milestone Nuclear Power Station - Unit III -       Northeast Utilities, Waterford, CT
        Performed highly technical engineering work related to the design, construction, and start up
        testing of nuclear power stations. As Design Engineer, responsible for structural steel design and
        pipe stress analysis. As Construction Engineer, responsible for resolution of field installation
        problems, verifying design acceptability, and providing crafts with technical directions. As Start­
        Up Engineer, assigned to Hot Functional Group, responsible for thermal and dynamic testing of
        complex piping systems during initial power station start up.
        Engineer                                                                                     1980­
        1981
        TCI Engineering, Inc.
              Marion, MA
        Performed general civil engineering tasks related to the design of site utilities, septic systems, and
        fire protection systems. Performed field survey work as required.
        Assistant to Plant Operator                                                                  1976­
        1979
        Town of Fairhaven Water Pollution Control Facility
              Fairhaven, MA
        Worked part time as a college student. Worked on maintenance of plant equipment, performed
        laboratory work, and gained an overall understanding of plant process.
EDUCATION
    Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering (BSCE)                                                     1980
        University of Massachusetts- Dartmouth
        Dartmouth, MA
              Civil/Envirorunental Engineering
        Catholic Memorial High School                                                       1976
                                                                                            West
Roxbury,MA
CERTIFICATIONS!AFFILIATIONS
       Registered Professional Engineer             Water Supply Facilities-Certified Operator
        MA No. 34248C PA No. PE-036648-E             MANa. 2165
       American Public Works Association            Certified Manager of Landfill Operations- No.
1119
       American Society of Civil Engineers       American Water Works Association
       New England Water Works Association Mass Water Works Association
Advisory Group - University ofMassachusetts Civil & Environmental Engineering Advisory Council
                      DEBORAH MELINO-WENDER


EDUCATION      Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts
                   Master's Degree in City and Regional Planning,

               Newton College of the Sacred Heart, Newton, Massachusetts
                  B.A. Urban Studies, Magna Cum Laude

PROFESSIONAL   Director of Development, Town of Dartmouth, MA
EXPERIENCE     (May 2010 - Present)
               .Responsible for new grant development and the administration and closeout of existing
                  Community Development Block Grant
               • Responsible for community and economic developmentactivities within the town and
                 providing a single point of access and contact for business development
               • Serve as the Select Board's representative to the Southeastern Regional Planning and
                  Economic Development Commission
               •	 Staff to the Alternate Energy Commission

               Special Projects Manager, Capital Properties, East Providence, RI
               (May 2009 - December 2009) (Temporary Position)
               • Responsible for researching and identifying growth opportunities in southern New
                 England through researching existing company hnd easements and identifying
                 opportunities for acquiring new easements
               • Work with development partners to implement identified opportunities

               Executive Director, Capital Center Commission, Providence, RI
               (1 994-March 2009)
               • Implemented the Capital Center Design and Development Regulations and ensured
                  consistency with City zoning through the detailed review of proposed development plans
               •	 Implemented approvals resulting in $1.1 billion of private investment reflected in over
                  1.2 million s.f. of retail, 700 luxury hotel rooms, over 400 luxury condominium units,
                  4,300 structured parking spaces and over 800,000 s.f. of office space.
               •	 Managed the entire design approval process, including the development/design teams,
                  coordinating the input of Commission members, developers, architects, designers,
                  attorneys, citizen groups and City and State officials in the design review process to gain
                  consensus, reviewing and critiquing the application, drafting the fmal documentsfor
                  review and approval
               •	 Organized and staffed all meetings and public hearings of the Design Review
                  Committee and the Capital Center Commission
               •	 Conducted consultant contract negotiations and responsible for all fmancial and
                  management operations
               • Responsible for responding to all media, public requests for information and making
                  public presentations on behalf ofthe Commission.
               • Liaison to City and State agencies

               Real Estate Manager, Brown Universitv, Providence, RI (1990-1994)
               •	 Implemented all real estate planning, decision-making and subsequent compliance with
                  the University campus master plan.
               •	 Developed first University Real Estate Strategy and first Procedure for Accepting Gifts
                   of Real Estate
               •	 Negotiated acquisitions, dispositions, and leases and managed the fmancial operations
                   of Farview, Inc., the University's real estate holding corporation.
             •	 Coordinated a University-City-Business Association consultant study examining the
                revitalization of the campus commercial district. Implemented the action steps related to
                this study.
             •	 Served as the staff to various university committees comprised of members of the
                University Corporation.

             Director, Gold Star Group, Middletown, RI (1987-1989)
             •	 Developed and implemented all corporate real estate activities including marketing,
                training, sales materials, public relations, expansion, market research and new product
                development.
             •	 Developed agency marketing plan, impemented agency training program and recruited new
                agents.

             Vice President, The Marathon Group, Providence, RI (1981-1987)
             •	 Developed equity financing through the placement of limited partnership interests.
             •	 Managed the entire syndication process including development of project feasibility,
                financial projections, partnership structure, coordination oflegal and accounting
                activity, budget review and analysis, and investor relations

             Prior Positions: Included positions as an associate in an economic consulting firm, and
             as a neighborhood planner with the City of Providence.


COMMUNITY    September 2005 - Present          Newport Planning Board
LEADERSHIP   One of nine appointed members: Member Steering Committee for the 2009
POSITIONS    Comprehensive Plan update, Chair of the Land Use Subconmittee for the Comprehensive
             Plan; liaison member to the Redevelopment Agency.

             May 1998 - Present               RI Association of School Committees
             Executive Board Member: Second Vice President, April 2000 - December 2002
             Treasurer, May 1999 - April 2000
             Award: Howard Kay Award for Outstanding School Leadership, April 2000

             March 2006 - Decem ber 2007         Literacy Volunteer for ESL

             January 2003 - March 2007         Chairman, Newport Career and Tech School
             Improvement Team
             Worked with staff, parents and community members to revew assessments and to develop
             and implement an action based school improvement plan.

             January 1992 -December 2002 Newport School Committee
             Chairman: January 1994 - December 2002
             •	 Key accomplishments included development and implementation of system's fu;t
                Capital Improvement Plan; sllccessful passage of a $4.7 million bond for the high school
                renovation (1993); successful passage of a $19 million bond for a newlrenovated middle
                school (1999);
             •	 Directly negotiated three teacher and support staff contracts and led the department
                through a one-week teachers strike
             •	 Recruited and hired three superintendents
             • Trained and experienced in interest-based bargaining
             •	 Represented RI School Committees in the RI Department of Education's strategic
                plnnning process.

             1988-1991 Newport Citizens Advisory Committee
             The CAC was charged by the Planning Boord with the full responsibility of developing
             and writing the State-mandnted Comprehensive Land Use Plan. Served on the following
             committees: Chair Circulation Subcommittee, Member Steering Committee, Member
             Land Use Subcommittee, Member By-Laws Subcommittee. Coordinated public input and
             wrote the Circulation element of the Plan.
              APPENDIXE





RESUMES OF KEY CONSULTANT TEAM MEMBERS

Robert B. Connors, P.E.,
                                                                                         Firm
CCS, CMQ/OE                                                                              STY

Project Manager                                                                          Education
                                                                                         Master of Science,
                                                                                         Finance; Suffolk
Mr. Connors is an experienced project manager, design engineer, certified cost en­       University
gineer, and specifications writer with a varied project experience involving feasibil­
ity studies and design of wind turbines, buildings, transportation facilities, parking   Master of Business
facilities, new and rehabilitated bridges, roadways, tunnels, and dams. His additional   Administration;
areas of expertise include construction cost estimating, cost accounting, scheduling,    Suffolk University
claims analysis, finance, and contract administration. As a member of the Design­        Bachelor of
Build Institute of America (DBIA), Mr. Connors is adept at inspection, design, con­      Science, Civil
struction materials testing, geotechnical, design test borings, and surveys. He has      Engineering;
worked on several "green" initiatives, including wind turbine projects in Falmouth,      University of
Gloucester, and Princeton, MA.                                                           Rhode Island

                                                                                         Professional
Project Experience                                                                       Registration
u.s. Air Force Otis Air National Guard Base Wind Turbine - Project                       Professional
                                                                                         Engineer:
Manager
                                                                                         Massachusetts
Provided project management for foundation design for one wind turbine on an 80­
meter tower in Falmouth, MA. The design encompassed a gravity-type foundation            Certifications
founded on native soils. STY was part of a design-build team for this project.           Certified
                                                                                         Construction
Princeton Power and Light Department (PMLD) Wind Turbine
                                                                                         Specifier (CCS)
Foundations - Project Manager
Managed the design of foundations for two wind turbines on 70-meter towers on            Certified Manager
Mount Wachusett in Princeton, MA. The foundations used rock anchors. STY was             of Quality/
part of a design-build team for this project.                                            Operational
                                                                                         Excellence (CQM/
Varian Semiconductor Wind Turbine Foundations - Project Manager                          OE); American
Provided project management for the design of wind turbine foundations in Glouc­         Society for Quality
ester, MA. The turbines were on both 80- and lOO-meter towers, and both pile­            (ASQ)
supported and rock anchor type.

Massport Engineering and Architectural Services Task-Order Contract
- Project Manager
Managed multidisciplinary architectural and engineering teams for various projects
at Logan International Airport and Boston Harbor in Boston, MA. Assignments
included the replacement of Flight Information Displays in Terminal E, design of
a plaque display for Terminal E, and building system improvements in an electrical
substation at Logan International Airport; and the inspection and rating of Mystic
Pier and Moran Terminal, and design reviews of the Boston Cruise Port.




                                                                                            CONNORS       I _1_
   •             ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR DARTMOUTH DPW WIND PROJECT


                 USACE Architectural/Engineering IDIQ Contract - Technical QIC
                 Manager
                 Providing technical quality control management for this 3-year, $3 million engi­
                 neering design and analyses indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract
                 with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)'s New England District. Projects
                 under this contract include electrical and mechanical upgrades and exterior repairs
                 to the VA hospital in Providence, RI, as well as feasibility studies for the U.S. Army
                 Soldier Systems Center in Natick, MA

                 MBTA Greenbush Line Rail Restoration Design-Build - Engineer
                 Provided work on specifications and design alternatives for the restoration and re­
                 construction of a largely out-of-service railroad right-of-way on the South Shore of
                 Massachusetts for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA). The
                 scope of this $320 million design-build project included the implementation of seven
                 new stations (each with an 800-ft-Iong high-level platform), a new signal and com­
                 munication system, and a layover facility at the end of the line. The scope also called
                 for a modified shallow cut tunnel, which involved a complicated vertical alignment;
                 an 800-foot cut-and-cover tunnel with 900-foot boat section approaches on each side;
                 and freight facilities in Braintree, MA, which were relocated off-line. Cognizant of
                 the strict deadline, Mr. Connors completed his quality work on the design documents
                 speedily while still performing the tasks in a concise and thorough manner.

                 City of New Bedford Intermodal Facility - Project ManagerlQC
                 Oversaw civil, electrical, structural, and geotechnical engineering; cost estimating;
                 specifications; and construction phase services for this fast-track new intermodal fa­
                 cility in New Bedford, MA. This multifaceted, $100 million project involved clean­
                 up, capping, and site preparation to transform an existing 35-acre U.S. Environmental
                 Protection Agency (EPA) brownfield site into a multimodal transportation facility.
                 Mr. Connors used dredge material to cap a site contaminated with polychlorinated
                 biphenyls (PCBs), lead, and arsenic. A rail layover/storage facility was built on top
                 of the cap, along with a parking/intermodal area to service a nearby ferry terminal.
                 The planned reuse of this 35-acre site includes a passenger commuter rail station;
                 an intermodal transportation facility consisting of a train and bus station with of­
                 fice space and mixed-use amenities such as a daycare, dry cleaner, and grocery ser­
                 vice; a freight rail yard with industrial spurs, and spurs to support an adjacent EPA
                 Superfund harbor clean-up facility; surface parking; a parking garage structure with
                 integrated office and commercial space; and dredge-material management areas. In
                 addition, Mr. Connors and his team prepared preliminary design for the passenger
                 rail station and 1,000-car parking garage, as well as a container port bulkhead at and
                 adjacent to this site, which have not yet been built.




_2_1   CONNORS
Mark W. Pelletier, P. E.

                                                                                                Firm
                                                                                                STY

Mr. Pelletier has more than 25 years of experience in the management, design, and               Education
construction of significant, multidisciplinary architecture, engineering, and plan­             Bachelor of
ning projects for transit and transportation-related assignments in Massachusetts               Science, Civil
and New England, encompassing study, design, and construction phase services. His               Engineering;
background includes successful direction of engineers and architects on projects in­            University of
volving feasibility studies, permitting, right-of-way, drainage, air rights, construction       Massachusetts
staging, and hazardous material abatement issues. He has performed these services
                                                                                                Professional
for transportation facilities, police and fire stations, operations buildings, waterfront
                                                                                                Registration
structures, bridges, viaducts, and roadways. His extensive experience includes man­
                                                                                                Professional
agement, design, construction phase services and resident engineering services on               Engineer:
both Chapter 30 and Chapter 149 projects.                                                       Massachusetts
                                                                                            I



Project Experience
Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates Wind Turbine
Foundations - Principal-in-Charge
Supervising structural and geotechnical services for the design of wind turbine foun­
dations for this semiconductor equipment facility in Gloucester, MA. STY provided
foundation design services for two SO-meter, 1.5-MW wind turbines. The firm re­
viewed existing reports on the soil conditions and a site plan, and prepared the con­
ceptual design to compare foundation configurations. STY then optimized a final
design utilizing both piles and rock anchors which significantly reduced foundation
costs. STY's design was completed on time and on budget. The firm is currently
providing construction phase services for the foundation installations.

Princeton Power and Light Department (PMLD) Wind Turbine
Foundations - Principal-in-Charge
Oversaw project development planning, coordination, and oversight for the design
and construction of two wind turbines on Mount Wachusett in Princeton, MA
to help reduce energy costs for Princeton Municipal Light Department customers.
The turbines are Furhlander 1500, 1.5-MW mounted on 70 meter towers with rock
anchor foundations. STY designed the turbine foundations and rock anchors, pro­
vided specifications and drawings, and engineering consulting services as part of a
design-build team with Methuen Construction for this project.

u.S. Air Force Otis Air National Guard Base Wind Turbine - Principal­
in-Charge
Provided project coordination and oversight for the foundation design of a 263-foot,
1.5-MW, Furhlander 1570 wind turbine on an SO-meter tower in Falmouth, Cape
Cod, MA. This turbine will power the groundwater treatment plant at this base,
which is part of the Massachusetts Military Reservation. After assessing site con­
ditions, Mr. Pelletier's team recommended an alternative, less-costly, gravity-type

                                                                                                   PELLETIER     I   1
                   ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR DARTMOUTH DPW WIND PROJECT


                   foundation to the patented cylindrical foundation for the turbine. The firm reviewed
                   shop drawings, test results, assisted with the leveling adjustments for the embed­
                   ded ring, worked with the contractor on leveling tolerances and developing suit­
                   able plans for monitoring concrete temperatures and curing, coordinated closely
                   with the turbine manufacturer, and translated drawings from German into English.
                   The design was completed on schedule.

                   DCAM Cape Cod Community College Wind Turbine Foundation ­
                   Principal-in-Charge
                   Provided oversight during peer review, as required by the Massachusetts building
                   code, for the foundation and 50-m tower of one, 600-Kw wind turbine in Falmouth,
                   MA for the Massachusetts Division of Capital Asset Management. The design used
                   a gravity-type foundation founded on native soils. As a result of STY's review, rebar
                   placement was revised to fit all reinforcing and a slightly larger footing was used.

                   MBTA Greenbush Line Rail Restoration Design-Build - Design Manager
                   Oversaw the $320 million complete design, including engineering services and man­
                   agement of all design consultants, for the reconstruction of the our-of-service railroad
                   right-of-way in Massachusetts. Mr. Pelletier supervised track design for the IS-mile
                   commuter rail and oversaw the design for a 5-legged roundabout, the rehabilitation
                   of 11 railroad bridges and seven highway bridges, including substructure and super­
                   structure replacement, as well as seven stations and 28 grade crossings. His duties in­
                   cluded managing the design and providing quality assurance and quality control for
                   the line's new, state-of-the-art signal system. In addition, he led the development of
                   complex construction staging plans. Mr. Pelletier worked closely with the contractor
                   throughout to address the special scheduling and coordination issues of this major
                   design-build project. He continues to provide project close-out services.

                   City of New Bedford Intermodal Facility - Principal-in-Charge
                   Performed general oversight of the fast-track studies, inspection, design, and man­
                   agement services for this new intermodal facility in New Bedford, MA. As the lead
                   consultant, STY was responsible for project management; civil, electrical, struc­
                   tural, and geotechnical engineering; cost estimating; specifications; and construc­
                   tion phase services. This multifaceted project involved clean-up, capping, and site
                   preparation to transform an existing 35-acre EPA Brownfield site into a multimodal
                   transportation facility. The planned reuse of this 35-acre site includes a passenger
                   commuter rail station and layover yard; an intermodal transportation facility that
                   consists of a train and bus station with office space and amenities such as a daycare,
                   a dry cleaner, and grocery service; a freight-rail yard with industrial spurs and spurs
                   to support an adjacent EPA Superfund harbor clean-up facility; surface parking; a
                   parking garage structure with integrated office and commercial space; and dredge­
                   material management areas.




_2_1   PELLETIER
E. Peter Burger, P.E.,
LEED®AP                                                                                   Firm
                                                                                          STY

Technical Advisor                                                                         Education
                                                                                          Bachelor of
                                                                                          Science, Civil
Mr. Burger is a senior engineer with more than 20 years of experience in environ­         Engineering;
mental and civil engineering projects focused on alternative energy, environmental        Northeastern
assessments, remedial investigations and action, and compliance for roadway and           University
bridge projects, as well as petroleum, industrial, and government facilities. He is
adept at conducting risk assessments and remediation for petroleum USTjAST sites          Professional
as well as industrial sites impacted by hazardous materials. Mr. Burger has designed      Registration
stormwater management facilities and erosion and sediment control methods, and            Professional
has acquired regulatory approvals and permitting. He has also conducted site re­          Engineer: New
                                                                                          York
search, soil and groundwater analyses, and gas surveys. Mr. Burger is proficient in ap­
plying remedial technologies including excavation, groundwater pump and treat, air        Certification
sparging, and soil vapor extraction. He brings additional experience with groundwa­       Leadership in
ter injection of compounds in order to release oxygen to support bioremediation or        Energy and
breakdown of hazardous compounds.                                                         Environmental
                                                                                          Design (LEED
                                                                                          2.1) Accredited
Project Experience                                                                        Professional; U.S.
SCCC Wind Turbine - Senior Project Manager                                                Green Building
Overseeing the design and construction of a 1-MW wind turbine on the Sullivan             Council (USGBC)
County Community College (SCCC) campus in Loch Sheldrake, NY, in order to
reduce its energy demand on the local utility electrical power grid. The wind tur­
bine generator plan calls for a 150-foot-diameter blade to be mounted on a 250-foot
tower. The scope of work includes site planning and design, zoning approval, New
York State Environmental Quality Review (SEQR) approval, foundation design, and
oversight of the construction of the proposed wind turbine.

U.S. Air Force Otis Air National Guard Base Wind Turbine - Project
Coordinator
Provided project coordination and oversight for the foundation design of a 263-foot,
1.5-MW, Furhlander 1570 wind turbine on an SO-meter tower in Falmouth, Cape
Cod, MA. This turbine will power the groundwater treatment plant at this base,
which is part of the Massachusetts Military Reservation. STY is part of a design­
build team with Methuen Construction for this project.

Nortel Environmental Services On-Call Contract - Project Manager
Oversaw the completion of work at multiple sites in Research Triangle Park, NC.
This client was continually upgrading facilities and requiring assessment and abate­
ment of asbestos materials. Mr. Burger supervised subcontractors performing survey
and abatement activities.



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                Abercrombie Oil Company Various Petroleum LUST Remediation
                Projects - Project Manager
                Served as senior manager for the operations and maintenance (O&M) and periodic
                monitoring of over 60 ongoing remediation systems in North Carolina, Virginia,
                and South Carolina. Mr. Burger was responsible for the completion of periodic com­
                pliance monitoring, reporting, and making recommendations for site closure and
                system performance, as well as O&M of the remediation system. Remedial systems
                consisted of source area removal, natural attenuation, biosparging, free product re­
                covery, groundwater pump and treat, a variety of aeration systems, soil vapor extrac­
                tion, and air sparging.

                Sprint Various Projects - Project Manager
                Directed engineering design and environmental assessments for new telecommu­
                nication sites that included towers on raw land, rooftops, and utility towers, and
                co-location sites with other telecommunication carriers. Mr. Burger was responsible
                for performing the Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessments in conformance
                with American Society for Testing and Materials standards and NEPAjSHPO, as
                well as engineering design of telecommunication sites.

                T-Mobile Various Projects - Project Manager
                Oversaw engineering design and environmental assessments for new telecommu­
                nication sites that included towers on rooftops, utility towers, raw land, and co­
                location sites· with other telecommunication carriers. Mr. Burger was responsible
                for performing the Phase I and II ESAs in conformance with American Society for
                Testing and Materials standards and NEPAjSHPO, as well as engineering design of
                telecommunication sites.

                Verizon Various Projects - Project Manager
                Managed engineering design and environmental assessments for new telecommu­
                nication sites that included towers in co-location sites with other communication
                carriers, and on raw land, rooftops, and utility towers. Mr. Burger was responsible
                for performing the Phase I and II ESAs in conformance with American Society for
                Testing and Materials standards and NEPAjSHPO, as well as engineering design of
                telecommunication sites.




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John K. Tomann, COA

QA/QC                                                                                      Firm
                                                                                           STY

Mr. Tomann has more than 30 years of proven experience in quality assurance/qual­          Education
ity control (QA/QC), project management, civil design, and preparation of specifi­         Bachelor
cations and construction contract documents for major utility, rail, infrastructure,       of Science,
roadway, and facility projects. He is responsible for the review, development, imple­      Agriculture/
mentation, and monitoring of the firm's quality procedures, and overseeing stan­           Construction
dards and codes. Mr. Tomann manages periodic QA audits and QC technical audits             Technology;
of each of the firm's divisions and oversees the firm's QA/QC training programs. His       University of
background includes managing the preparation of complex technical specifications           Wisconsin
in conformance with federal, state, county, local, and public agency standards.            Professional
                                                                                           Registration
Project Experience                                                                         Certified Quality
                                                                                           Auditor (CQA);
MBTA Greenbush Line Rail Restoration Design-Build - Quality                                American Society
Assurance Manager                                                                          for Quality (ASQ)
Directed quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) for the restoration and recon­
struction of a largely out-of-service railroad right-of-way on the South Shore of Mas­     Memberships
sachusetts. The project scope included the implementation of seven new stations            American Society
(each with an SOO-foot-Iong high-level platform), a new signal and communication           for Quality (ASQ)
system, and a layover facility at the end of the line in the Greenbush area of Scituate,
MA. The scope also calls for a modified shallow cut tunnel at Weymouth Landing,
which involves a complicated vertical alignment; an SOO-foot cut-and-cover tunnel
through Hingfiam Square with 900-foot boat section approaches on each side; and
freight facilities in Braintree, which have been relocated off-line.

USACE USMA Thomas Jefferson Hall - Quality Control Manager
Responsible for all quality assurance tasks and quality control review of all specifica­
tions and civil design for a $100 million new library and learning center, as well as
renovated and expanded science programs, including a photonics research center,
on the campus of the U.S. Military Academy (USMA) at West Point, NY.

NJ Transit Trans-Hudson Express (THE) Tunnel - Quality Assurance
Manager
Responsible for developing, implementing, and maintaining an ISO 9001:2000
Quality Management System for the Access to the Region's Core (ARC) Tunnel, a
second Hudson River rail tunnel augmenting the capacity of the 100-year-old tunnel
to New York Penn Station. Mr. Tomann is also developing quality plan procedures,
training, and performing quality assurance audits. The new tunnel will consist of
two tubes to be constructed under the Hudson River from New Jersey with ad­
ditional tracks along the existing Northeast Corridor line through the Secaucus
Transfer Station.




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                PANYNJ WTC Transportation Hub - QA/QC Manager
                Co-developed a program quality plan for the $2 billion World Trade Center (WTC)
                Transportation Hub, which will reconnect New Jersey's PATH line to New York
                City and serve as a transit hub for the New York City subway system. This inter­
                modal facility, whose acclaimed design is by Santiago Calatrava, connects the WTC
                PATH station to the 1,9, N, and R subway lines, as well as the NYCT Fulton Street
                Transit facility and the World Financial Center.

                NJ Transit Meadows Maintenance Complex (MMC) Expansion - Quality
                Assurance Auditor
                Led and coordinated a technical quality control review team for the $87 million
                expansion of the maintenance complex in Kearny, NJ. Mr. Tomann also performed
                civil design and specifications review. This project will add car and locomotive
                maintenance facilities, train storage capacity, train washing capability, and material
                storage capacity to accommodate NJ Transit's growing commuter rail fleet.

                PANYNJ AirTrain JFK - QA/QC and Specifications Coordinator
                Monitored QA/QC by coordinating all specifications and reviewing the disciplines
                for conformity with the project, which involved the construction of an 8.4-mile light
                rail system in· Queens, NY. Mr. Tomann was responsible for coordination, editing,
                and final preparation of a 300-section master project specification for the project.
                He coordinated input from every design discipline and more than 20 subconsultants
                and responded to client comments. The $1.3 billion project links JFK International
                Airport terminals with car rental facilities, parking areas, and the New York City
                transit network.

                Metro-North PECK Drawbridge and Bridgeport Viaduct - Civil Project
                Engineer
                Prepared technical specifications, unit price bid sheets, and descriptions of pay items
                for the $86 million project in Bridgeport, CT. Mr. Tomann coordinated the techni­
                cal specifications prepared by subconsultants and coordinated and prepared respons­
                es to client review comments. He was also responsible for verifying compliance and
                coordination with the U.S. Coast Guard and USACE requirements. The project
                involved the replacement of the PECK Drawbridge and the 3,000-linear-foot Bridge­
                port Railroad Viaduct. The viaduct runs through downtown Bridgeport, crossing
                four main streets and the Pequonnock River.

                LJRR West Side Yard Overbuild Study - QA/QC Manager
                Monitored QA/QC for the engineering analysis, systems development, and econom­
                ic assessment for the 2004 study which identified and examined the benefits and im­
                pacts to LIRR's operations and maintenance of the West Side Yards at a time when
                the overbuild was to support a stadium constructed above it. The study addressed
                yard conditions before and after the existence of the deck and explored all aspects
                of operations and maintenance functions. The project assignment included repre­
                sentation of the LIRR at meetings and technical work sessions. The Final Report
                presented the LlRR with a clear picture of the consequences of operating within the
                confines of the overbuild structure.




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Robert M. Field, PE

Permitting                                                                                Firm
                                                                                          FE

Mr. Field has over 20 years of experience in the design, permitting, and project          Education
management of a broad range of civil engineering projects, including roadway, sew­        Bachelor
age collection, water distribution, and drainage control projects for private and mu­     of Science,
nicipal clients. Mr. Field also has considerable experience in site design and permit­    Engineering;
ting for industrial and commercial clients. In the area of structural engineering, Mr.    University of
Field has designed numerous flood zone foundations and has worked with architects,        Maine, Orono
builders, and owners to design structural framing and foundations for residential and
                                                                                          Professional
commercial projects. Mr. Field has provided review and consulting services for local
                                                                                          Registration
planning boards and conservation commissions to assist in the technical review of
                                                                                          Professional
plans and analyses for proposed developments.                                             Engineer:
                                                                                          Massachusetts
Project Experience
Taunton Development Corporation - Project Manager
This project involved the nO-acre expansion of Phase II of the Myles Standish In­
dustrial Park in Taunton, MA. Responsibilities included the design of approximately
7,000-linear feet of roadway, water distribution, sewage system, and storm water con­
trol systems. Project responsibilities also included the preparation of draft and final
environmental impact reports pursuant to the Massachusetts Environmental Policy
Act.

Town of North Attleboro Towne Street Bridge Reconstruction - Project
Manager
This project involved the design and permitting of the reconstruction of a bridge
over the Ten Mile River for the Town of North Attleboro. Project responsibilities
also included a hydraulic analysis of the proposed span and project development co­
ordinated with MassDOT (formerly Massachusetts Highway Department) as well as
the preparation of construction documents for public bidding purposes.

Town of Rehoboth Wilmarth Road Bridge Reconstruction - Project
Manager
This project involved the design and permitting of the reconstruction of a short
span bridge for the Town of Rehoboth. Project responsibilities also included the
preparation of construction documents for public bidding purposes.

New Bedford Harbor Development Commission Marine Structure
Evaluation - Project Manager
This project involved the inspection of a variety of waterfront structures in New
Bedford Harbor to evaluate their condition and repair requirements. Preliminary
repair plans and estimates were prepared.




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               Chadwick's of Boston Development Design - Project Manager
               This project involved site design for a 285,OOO-square foot distribution center. De­
               sign included site layout, grading, utilities, drainage, parking, and roadways on a
               35-acre site.

               Ergste Westig Massachusetts LLP Site Development Design - Project
               Manager
               This project involved site design for a 32,OOO-square foot steel mill. Design included
               site layout, grading, utilities, drainage, parking and roadways on a l6-acre site.

               Taunton Development Corporation Wetlands Alteration Permitting ­
               Project Manager
               Municipal, state, and federal permits were obtained for the alteration of approxi­
               mately 25,OOO-square feet of wetland resources within the Myles Standish Industrial
               Park in Taunton, MA to facilitate the development of various sites within the park.
               This project included the preparation of site development and permit drawings, wet­
               lands replication plans, and specifications, as well as permit application and public
               hearing services.

               Greater New Bedford Industrial Foundation Wetlands Mapping ­
               Project Manager
               This project involved the mapping of wetlands on approximately 350-acres of land
               within the Greater New Bedford Industrial Park and obtaining corroboration of the
               wetland delineations from the local conservation commission.

               Taunton Development Corporation Industrial Park Expansion­
               Principal-in-Charge
               This project involved the 83-acre expansion of Phase III of the Myles Standish In­
               dustrial Park in Taunton, MA. Responsibilities included the design of approximately
               l,800-linear feet of roadway, water distribution, sewage system, and storm water con­
               trol systems. Project responsibilities also included the preparation of an expanded
               environmental notification form and a single environmental impact report pursuant
               to the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act.

               Taunton Development Corporation Development of Phase I of the
               Liberty and Union Industrial Park - Principal-in-Charge
               This project included the design of approximately 5,150-linear feet of roadway, water
               distribution, sewage system, and storm water control systems. Project responsibilities
               also included the preparation of an environmental notification form, draft environ­
               mental impact report, and final environmental impact report pursuant to the Mas­
               sachusetts Environmental Policy Act.

               Greater New Bedford Industrial Foundation Design - Principal-in­
               Charge
               Design of approximately l,lOO-linear feet of roadway, water distribution, sewage sys­
               tem, and storm water control systems to allow for the development of approximately
               lOO-acres of industrial property within the New Bedford Business Park. Project re­
               sponsibilities also included collaboration with other consultants in the preparation of
               an environmental notification form, draft environmental impact report, and final en­
               vironmental impact report pursuant to the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act.

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Nancy C. Selman
Financial Assistance                                                                     Firm
                                                                                         COWl

Ms. Selman has 25 years of professional experience in the utility, independent power     Education
project finance, and clean energy sectors. She began her career directing electric       Master of Business
utility energy management programs. She has developed business, market, and fund­        Administration,
ing strategies for early stage companies (both technology and project developers).       Finance and
She managed the Rhode Island Renewable Energy Fund from 2001 to 2006. As Vice            Investments;
President of Project Development for Innovation Fuels, she was part of a team that       George
raised $15 million in equity and debt for the biodiesel start-up. She performed proj­    Washington
                                                                                         University
ect site assessments and permitted the largest biodiesel project in New York State.
Ms. Selman also served with Consolidated Hydro, Inc. (now ENEL North America),           Bachelor
the largest non-utility developer and operator of hydroelectric power stations in the    of Science,
U.S., in the company's acquisitions program.                                             Mechanical
                                                                                         Engineering;
Ms. Selman established and built a successful consulting firm providing advisory         University of
services to clients in clean energy markets. She interacts extensively with clients to   Virginia
determine specific business needs. She also creates and executes market and financ­
ing strategies for companies developing clean energy and related clean technology
projects. Ms. Selman develops business, market, and capital formation strategies for
early stage companies in the clean energy market. She actively participates in iden­
tifying and rafsing venture and project capital. Topical areas included wind energy
development, hydrogen production, solar applications, biomass gasification, tidal
power, mini-grid applications of renewable energy, wind turbine technology, green
power marketing, plasma arc waste disposal, and others.


Project Experience
•	 Currently leading the development and execution of the market strategy for an
   early stage hydrogen generation technology developer serving industrial gas and
   fuel cell stationary and transportation markets. Developing national and inter­
   national market opportunities for product demonstration and sales. Identifying
   and securing grant and private equity (angel, strategic, institutional) funding.

•	 Analyzed and provided strategic input into project financing for 600+ MW of
   wind generation in the Texas Panhandle region.

•	 Managed the Rhode Island Renewable Energy Fund from 2002 - 2006. Devel­
   oped fund strategy and programs for increasing the adoption of clean energy in
   the state. Managed fund programs, including hiring consultants and contractors
   to conduct outreach, technical advisory, and other activities. Highlights of fund
   activity included seed financing the first wave-to-energy demonstration proj­
   ect in New England; seed financing an innovative application of hydroelectric
   technology in public water mains; grant funding the development of the largest
   customer-sited wind turbine in New England (Spring 2006); developing a five-


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                    state clean energy market research, branding, and advertising campaign; and
                    being the first state to implement the campaign to promote consumer purchases
                    of clean energy.

                 •	 Created a strategic plan for Fuhrlander North America for manufacturing wind
                    turbines in the United States. Worked with local economic development au­
                    thorities in two cities to identify public financing for a $20+ million manufactur­
                    ing facility.

                 •	 Wrote the strategic plan for market development, project, and corporate finance
                    for a designer and manufacturer of architecturally-integrated solar products (e.g.,
                    parking lot photovoltaic canopies).

                 •	 Analyzed acquisition opportunities, performed due diligence, and prepared in­
                    ternal information memoranda for a U.S. subsidiary of a national European elec­
                    tric utility investing in wind, hydroelectric, and biomass generating assets rang­
                    ing from 100 MW to 350 MW in capacity in North America.

                 •	 Advised two state clean energy funds on investments in early stage clean tech­
                    nology projects and companies.

                 •	 Co-authored report entitled: "Wind Energy in Northeastern US - Leverage
                    Points for Growth" for a state clean energy fund.

                 •	 Advised a multilateral development bank and local government agencies on a
                    multi-country project to determine the feasibility of, and alternatives for, mobi­
                    lizing domestic sources of capital to finance energy efficiency projects. Countries
                    involved included Croatia, Brazil, China, and India.




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Paul F. Hemphill, CCM, AC
Procurement Assistance                                                                    Firm
                                                                                          STY

Mr. Hemphill is a senior construction manager with more than 25 years of experience       Education
directing transportation, military, municipal, industrial, commercial, and residential    Bachelor
projects throughout the Massachusetts Bay area, which range from $1 million to            of Science,
$230 million. He has provided contract administration, budget and schedule over­          Construction
sight, and staff supervision for a variety of public school projects, complex transpor­   Management;
tation construction, award-winning historic municipal renovations, and large-scale        Bradley University
u.s. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) military design-builds. Throughout Mr.               Associate of
Hemphill's diverse career, he has served in a variety of roles, including owner's rep­    Science, Building
resentative, project manager, and general contractor. His multifaceted background         Construction
enhances his technical knowledge of documents and building codes, as well as esti­        Technology;
mating, budgeting, and scheduling. A certified construction manager, Mr. Hemphill         Wentworth
is one of 35 construction managers to hold this certification in New England. In          Institute
addition to having served as principal and senior construction manager for some of
New England's most distinguished project controls and construction management             Professional
                                                                                          Registration
(CM) firms, Mr. Hemphill is also an adjunct professor at Boston's Wentworth Insti­
                                                                                          Massachusetts
tute of Technology, where he shares his knowledge with students in the Construc­
                                                                                          Certified Public
tion Management Program.
                                                                                          Purchasing
                                                                                          Official (MCPPO);
Project Experience                                                                        Certification for
                                                                                          School Project
Erie Management Group Erie Biodiesel Plant - Senior Project Manager                       Designers &
Responsible for assuming project oversight during the closeout phase of this $80          Owner's Project
million troubled biodiesel plant in Erie, PA Mr. Hemphill restructured the project        Managers; The
during the final stages to develop a cohesive construction team and act as an inter­      Commonwealth
mediary between the client, contractors, and the design team. He was responsible          of Massachusetts,
for managing costs and schedules; verifying the timely delivery of project materials;     Office of the
providing quality control review; and managing project managers and the super­            Inspector General
intendent on behalf of the owner and contractor. Mr. Hemphill also directed all           Certified
monthly invoicing and project profit and loss documentation.                              Construction
                                                                                          Manager (CCM);
USACE Fort Lee BRAC Construction Phase I • Project Controls                               Construction
Manager                                                                                   Management
Provided project control services, including construction and schedule oversight, for     Association of
Phase I of this $1 billion Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) design-build effort        America (CMAA)
at Fort Lee, VA The first phase consisted of the development of 350 acres and 6 mil­
lion sf of new construction, including the new Combat Service Support Center, the         Associate
                                                                                          Constructor (AC);
Joint Culinary and Transportation Management Center, the Sustainment Center of
                                                                                          American Institute
Excellence, and the Logistics University. Mr. Hemphill was responsible for manag­
                                                                                          of Constructors
ing costs and schedules for this $450 million phase; ensuring the timely delivery of      (AIC)
project deliverables; monitoring project managers and junior staff; and preparing
monthly invoicing and project profit and loss statements.


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                  City of Quincy DPW Department of Facilities and BUilding Construction
                  - Former Construction Manager/Project Representative
                  Managed construction project oversight for all public building construction contracts
                  for the City of Quincy, MA. Mr. Hemphill was responsible for monitoring general
                  contractor and architect activities for several school, library renovation, window,
                  and new building projects. He was responsible for all contract documents, quality
                  control, schedules, pay requisitions, and adherence to building codes. Mr. Hemphill
                  coordinated relocations; furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E) selection; tech­
                  nology and utility installations; and bidding and procurement.

                  City of QUincy School Renovation and Construction Program ­
                  Construction Manager/Project Representative
                  Served as the owner's representative for this program to renovate existing schools
                  and renovate and construct eight public schools in the City of Quincy, MA (1994­
                  2002). Mr. Hemphill was responsible for all contract documents, quality control,
                  schedules, pay requisitions, and adherence to building codes. He coordinated reloca­
                  tions; furniture, furnishings, and equipment (FF&E) selection; technology; utility
                  installations; and bidding and procurement. Projects included upgrades to and re­
                  placements for roofing and windows; technology systems; boiler and chiller systems;
                  interior space; Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) accessibility; mechanical,
                  electrical, and plumbing (MEP) systems; and historic restorations. Many of these
                  projects required complex staging and safety measures so that schools could remain
                  open and operational throughout construction.

                  USACE Fort Belvoir Community Hospital - Project Controls Manager
                  Managed the construction schedule and budget for this $650 million design-build
                  project, which comprises a new 1.2 million-sf community hospital, including two
                  separate parking garages, at Fort Belvoir, VA. Mr. Hemphill was responsible for in­
                  troducing a unique integrated design-bid-build (IDBB) approach to fast-track the de­
                  sign and construction schedules. He was also responsible for tracking the progress of
                  project deliverables, and supervising project managers and junior staff. Mr. Hemphill
                  additionally oversaw monthly invoices and profit and loss documentation.

                  City of Quincy DPW Granite Links Golf Course - City Project DPW
                  Liaison/Representative
                  Provided executive oversight for the $88 million capping and transformation of
                  Quincy's abandoned landfill into Granite Links, a 350-acre, 27-hole golf and rec­
                  reation complex in Quincy, MA. Mr. Hemphill coordinated with Central Artery/
                  Tunnel (CA/T) officials for the initial start-up, as well as with the general site con­
                  tractor to incorporate surplus excavated materials from the CAjT project into the
                  construction. He made sure that all soils were screened at the source of removal and
                  coordinated soil testing at the project site. Mr. Hemphill coordinated all quality
                  assurance/quality control (QA/QC) and dust control activities, and approved pay­
                  ment requisitions for the contractor.




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Henry duPont

Procurement Assistance and Wind Technical Assistance                                   Firm
                                                                                       COWl

Mr. duPont is a wind energy project consultant who assists wind energy project         Education
developers with site assessment studies and wind energy project design, permitting,    Bachelor of
construction, and operations management. Presently, Mr. duPont is managing a           Arts, Energy
team of engineers, financial analysts, and environmental permitting experts to ad­     Management and
vance projects through the wind energy project development cycle. In addition, he      Power; University
provides turbine project planning, installation project management, commissioning      of Pennsylvania
support, and training for operations and maintenance for these machines.


Project Experience
Princeton Municipal Light Department Wind Turbines - Wind Energy
Project Consultant
These two 1500-kW wind turbines with 77-meter rotors were installed in the Fall
of 2009 on 65-meter-tall towers at Princeton Municipal Wind Park, a former wind
energy project utilizing eight 40-kW machines. Sited on a shoulder of Mount Wa­
chusett, this wind energy project will generate approximately 6 million kWh a year
or almost the entire needs of the town owned electric utility.

Massachusetts Military Reservation 1.5-MW Wind Turbine - Wind
Energy Project Consultant
This 1500-kW wind turbine with 77-meter rotors was installed in the Fall of 2009 on
a 80-meter-tall tower at a ground water remediation plant at a superfund site on the
Massachusetts Military Reservation, which is east of Falmouth on Cape Cod. This
wind energy project will generate approximately 3 million kWh a year to offset the
cost of treating the contaminated ground water at the site.

Great Island Residential Energy Project - Wind Energy Project
Consultant
Designed and installed a wind/diesel hybrid remote power system to provide utility
standard power to a residence on a remote island in the Westport River. This system
uses automated wind/diesel power sources integrated with battery/inverter system to
provide inexpensive power in a remote off grid application.

Barnstable Water Pollution Control Facility - Wind Energy Project
Consultant
Provided preliminary site assessment, turbine economic modeling, and fatal flaw
analysis. Facility had appropriate load but was too close to Hyannis Airport for a
utility scale turbine.




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                IBEW Local 103 100kW Wind Turbine - Wind Energy Project Consultant
                Procured and installed the first lOO-kW wind turbine in the state of Massachusetts
                at the IBEW site. Developed a public outreach program to satisfy the neighbors that
                this turbine would be a good neighbor and received zoning permission in the first
                pass. Turbine is operating well.

                Varian Semiconductor Equipment Associates Wind Turbine - Wind
                Energy Project Consultant
                Worked with other consultants to install meterological monitoring equipment on
                local radio tower, analyze wind data, get cost data for various wind power solutions,
                develop economic models for cost benefit analysis, and provide technical support for
                civil and electrical engineering design for this project. The project is still underway,
                as the team is looking for a turbine vendor.




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Anthony Timperio, P. E.
Civil Engineer                                                                            Firm
                                                                                          STY

Mr. Timperio is a project manager and civil engineer with more than 20 years of ex­       Education
perience with the planning and design of transportation facilities and improvement        Bachelor of
projects including roadway, bridge, rail, and parking facilities. He is responsible for   Science, Civil
the technical quality and completeness of the construction documents produced by          Engineering;
the STV Boston office. Mr. Timperio is a skilled project manager with a thorough          University of
understanding of how to complete projects that meet both the client's objectives and      Massachusetts at
the project's schedule and budget. He has proven skill in coordinating tasks among        Lowell
clients, subconsultants, and in-house engineers to bring together engineering docu­
                                                                                          Professional
ments from planning/permitting stages to final design/contract award.                     Registration
                                                                                          Professional
Project Experience                                                                        Engineer:
                                                                                          Massachusetts
Town of Scituate North Scituate and Greenbush Streetscape - Project
Manager
Overseeing the preparation of plans, specifications, construction cost estimates, bid
documents, and construction engineering services for the $2 million streetscape de­
sign and aesthetic improvements project along two miles of roadway in North Scituate
and Greenbush Village in Scituate, MA. The scope of work involves decorative street
lighting fixtures, park area improvements, installation of signs and pavement mark­
ings, curbing with sidewalk construction, construction of ADA-accessible wheelchair
ramps, drainage improvements, potential removal of overhead utilities, and landscap­
ing to provide pedestrian-friendly walking areas and aesthetic improvements.

MBTA Greenbush Line Rail Restoration Design-Build - Civil Design
Manager         _
Managed the civil design portion of this design-build project, consisting of 18 miles
of rail restoration, 7 new stations, 28 grade crossings, 19 traffic signal improvement
locations, and 6 off-site parking lot improvement locations in Braintree, Weymouth,
Hingham, Cohasset, and Scituate, MA. Mr. Timperio's responsibilities included pre­
senting the project design to city officials and abutters at public meetings, oversight
of the traffic and survey subconsultants, document preparation for support of envi­
ronmental permitting, and civil design management for all grade crossing, traffic
signals, stations, and parking lots and bridge crossings. He is currently providing
project close-oilt services.

Town of Scituate Egypt Park Landscape Improvements - Project
Manager
Managing the design of a new park in Egypt Village in Scituate, MA. Improve­
ments consist of brick walkways, park benches, trees, shrubs, plantings, bike racks,
and other amenities. The project also includes brick walkways, park benches, trees,
shrubs, plantings, bike racks, a wooden guard rail, water connections for irrigation,



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                  driveways, and miscellaneous incidental work and amenities. Specifications, cost
                  estimating, and construction phase services will also be provided.

                  MassDevelopment Jackson Road Phase IV - Project Manager
                  Managing the horizontal alignment and vertical profile alternatives for roadway
                  improvements along approximately 1 mile of Jackson Road in the planned devel­
                  opment in Devens, MA. Work involves design for realigning Jackson Road as a
                  gateway entry access road while implementing a new truck route. Roadway improve­
                  ments consist of full depth pavement reconstruction with major utility upgrades,
                  including water, sanitary sewer, and storm drainage conveyance systems, in support
                  of the permitting effort.

                  City of Westfield/MassDOT (formerly MassHighway) Great River Bridge
                  - Deputy Project Manager
                  Managing the reconstruction of three existing bridges and the construction of a
                  new sister bridge parallel to the existing Great River Bridge in the City of Westfield,
                  MA. The project includes 4,500 linear feet of full-depth roadway reconstruction.
                  Mr. Timperio is serving as deputy project manager and as lead civil task manager
                  for this $70 million project. He is leading the development of horizontal alignments
                  and vertical profiles for five project roadways as well as railroad profiles over area
                  roadways. The project also requires multiple iterations of the profile development as
                  each roadway interacts with each other and related to the railroad geometries as it
                  passes above the roadways.

                  MassDOT (formerly MassHighway) University Avenue Improvement
                  Project - Civil Manager
                  Overseeing three signalized intersections and new sidewalks with ADA-compliant
                  ramps on University Avenue and Pawtucket Street in Lowell, MA. While this proj­
                  ect is supporting the relocation of a 2-span, 520-foot bridge carrying University
                  Avenue over the Merrimack River, two intersections identified as high accident lo­
                  cations were included in the project to improve the overall safety and operation of
                  the corridor.

                  City of Haverhill Lafayette Square Transportation Improvement ­
                  Project Manager
                  Managed the proposed signalization of two intersections to calm traffic, reduce ac­
                  cidents, and improve roadways, parking areas, and sidewalks within this retail and
                  residential area in Haverhill, MA. The two unsignalized intersections and one rota­
                  ry are collectively known as Lafayette Square. Mr. Timperio oversaw the preparation
                  of design submittals, coordinated technical review meetings, responded to and ad­
                  dressed review comments, presented the project design to city officials and abutters
                  at public meetings, developed stage construction plans to maintain traffie through
                  this heavily traveled corridor during construction, and coordinated the signal layout
                  design with the necessary geometric modifications, construction cost estimate, and
                  project special provisions.




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Peter Wanka, P.E.

Structural Engineer                                                                       Firm
                                                                                          STY

Mr. Wanka is an engineer with 40 years of experience specializing in structural de­       Education
sign and analysis for transportation, bridge, and commercial projects. His experience     Master of Science,
includes wind turbines, tunnels, rapid transit structures, underground ventilation        Civil Engineering;
structures, maintenance facilities, marine structures, bridges, rating and design pro­    Graz Institute
grams, viaducts, elevated pedestrian overpasses, research facilities, office buildings,   of Technology,
recreational facilities, parking garages, railway and airport terminals, and air-rights   Austria
developments over highways and railroad. Mr. Wanka has particular expertise in con­       Bachelor
structability review and performing structural design using slurry wall technology.       of Science,
                                                                                          Architecture; Graz
                                                                                          Technical High
Project Experience                                                                        School, Austria
Princeton Power and Light Wind Turbine Foundations - Senior
Structural Engineer                                                                       Professional
Provided structural design of foundations for two 1.5 MW wind turbines on                 Registration
70-meter towers on Mount Wachusett in Princeton, MA. Wind loads were deter­               Professional
mined in accordance with ASCE 7-95 code provisions and a dynamic analysis of the          Engineer:
                                                                                          Massachusetts
structure was performed. The foundations utilized rock anchors for enhanced stability.
STY was part of a design-build team for this project.

U.S. Air Force Otis Air National Guard Base Wind Turbine Foundation ­
Senior Structural Engineer
Provided structural design for foundation design for one 1.5 MW wind turbine on an
80-meter tower in Falmouth, MA. The design encompassed a gravity-type founda­
tion founded on native soils. STY was part of a design-build team for this project.

MBTA Greenbush Line Rail Restoration Design-Build - Senior
Structural Engineer
Responsible for the structural design and preparation of construction documents
for the 800 foot tunnel running underneath the historic portion of Hingham, MA,
as part of the $320 million Greenbush Line Rail Restoration. The underpass was
designed to avoid at-grade traffic crossing, that was unacceptable at this historic
down town location. The project contained several design challenges, such as the
design of the support of excavation for the tunnel construction directly adjacent to
several historic building structures. An advanced feature of the design consisted of
combining the temporary excavation support (slurry walls & secant piles) with the
ClP final tunnel structure in resisting both soil and water pressure. The tunnel is
designed to resist earthquakes in accordance with the Momonoby-Okaby procedure.
The predicted soil movements of 0.75 inches during the design were validated during
construction to be very close of the actual soil movements measured by instrumen­
tation. Mr. Wanka developed all relevant drawings and details for this cast-in-place,
single-track rail tunneL An efficient design was achieved by considering the global
structure in resisting buoyancy forces on the adjacent boat sections.

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               ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR DARTMOUTH DPW WIND PROJECT


                CTA Block 37 Station and Tunnel Connector - Senior Structural

                Engineer

               .Provided structural design for this Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) project to cre­
                ate express train service linking O'Hare International Airport and Midway Airport
                in Chicago, IL. The $120 million connection will be at Parcel 37 (l08 N. State
                Street), located between State and Dearborn Streets, and will link the two subways
                to a new subway station. The project also includes modifications to the continuous
                platforms at the existing State Street and Dearborn Street CTA subway tunnels to
                accommodate these new connections. Mr. Wanka provided structural design the
                two mined subway tunnels to connect the Blue and Red transit lines.

               City of Boston Public Works Department Congress Street and Summer
               Street Bridge Fender Systems - Senior Structural Engineer
               Providing structural engineering services for the rehabilitation of this 1924 bridge
               structure in Boston, MA. The project utilizes corrosion resistant, glass fiber rein­
               forced, plastic piles. Mr. Wanka responsibilities include analysis of bascule span, de­
               velopment of steel repair details, and design of two marine fender systems to protect
               bridge piers from barge traffic. He is also developing design criteria and details for the
               unique glass fiber reinforced plastic pile material not presently covered in the code.

               NJ Transit Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Transit System - Senior Structural
               Engineer
               Designed an elevated transit structure in conformance with American Railway
               Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA) standards for the
               $1 billion light rail transit (LRT) system-the transit industry's first major design,
               build, operate, maintain (DBOM) assignment in the country-running from Bay­
               onne through Jersey City to Hoboken, NJ. The system included 9.5 miles of right-of­
               way (ROW), 16 stations, and a maintenance facility, storage building, and adjacent
               yard for the system's light rail vehicles. Mr. Wanka conducted electronic structural
               analysis using Microsoft Excel, as well as streamlined analysis of composite I-girders
               with multiple links and continuous curved girders. Mr. Wanka also developed spe­
               cial catenary support details and layout of drawings.




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Charles E. Mace, PIE.,
LEED®AP                                                                                     Firm
                                                                                            STV

Electrical Engineer and Utility Interconnection                                             Education
                                                                                            Bachelor of
                                                                                            Science, Electrical
Mr. Mace is an electrical engineer with 10 years of experience providing design and         Engineering;
construction administration for the installation of electrical systems in educational,      Villanova
industrial, and commercial facilities. He has also developed an expertise in lighting       University
for rail stations, roadways, streetscapes, tunnels, and historic bridges. He has a strong
background surveying existing systems and designing electrical and ADA-compliant            Professional
improvements, including fire alarm, intercom/clock systems, emergency lighting, se­         Registration
curity systems, and site lighting.                                                          Professional
                                                                                            Engineer:
                                                                                            Massachusetts
Project Experience
                                                                                            Professional
u.s. Air Force Hanscom Air Force Base IDIQ - Electrical Engineer!                           Accreditation
Project Manager                                                                             Leadership in
Performed electrical engineering services for various building renovations and up­          Energy and
grades at the Hanscom Air Force Base in Bedford, MA. The buildings that Mr. Mace            Environmental
worked on consist of two child daycare centers, a command conference center, a radio        Design (LEED);
tower array facility, and a base theater. The upgrades for the child daycare centers        U.S. Green
included replacement of the electrical service, modifications to classroom and emer­        Building Council
gency lighting systems, and provided electrical power and fire alarm connections for        (USGBC)
HVAC system modifications. For the command conference center, Mr. Mace also
provided new audio and visual systems for local presentation and video teleconfer­
encing. He provided analysis of the existing radio tower support facility's electrical
systems and capacity for reuse. For the base theater, Mr. Mace redesigned the existing
electric service to accommodate HVAC upgrades to undersized units. The redesign
included a new pad-mount transformer, service conduit, conductors, and all building
distribution equipment. In addition to his electrical design duties, Mr. Mace assumed
management of the project, after the previous project manager left the project.

MBTA Greenbush Line Rail Restoration Design-Build - Electrical
Engineer
Designed all power and lighting associated with seven stations and approximately
2S grade crossings as part of this $320 million design-build contract with the Mas­
sachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) to restore the IS-mile Greenbush
Line on the South Shore of Massachusetts. Mr. Mace also provided layover facility
design consisting of a 4000-A modified double-ended substation and five 600-A
train layover receptacles. He coordinated all power requirements with the signals
and communications engineer and was responsible for all electrical CAD work.




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              City of New Bedford North Freight Rail Facility - Electrical Engineer
              Performed rail yard electrical service and lighting design as part of the $3.4 million
              development of a multimodal combination transloading, container/trailer loading,
              and conventional freight facility at the site of the abandoned rail siding on the
              former Talleyrand parcel in the New Bedford Business Park in New Bedford, MA.
              Mr. Mace coordinated with traffic signals engineer and was responsible for all elec­
              trical CAD work.

              MBTA Green Line Copley Station Accessibility Improvements ­
              Electrical Engineer
              Providing station and headhouse lighting design, power conduit/raceway layout, and
              detailing for $11 million in improvements to the historic headhouse and station in
              Boston. Mr. Mace is designing a new automatic fare collection system, fire alarm
              system upgrades, and power upgrades for the elevator design. He is also coordinating
              power requirements for all low-voltage systems and is responsible for all electrical
              CAD work.

              USPS Processing and Distribution Center Lighting Upgrades - Project
              Engineer
              Performed the survey and design to replace lighting fixtures in this processing and
              distribution center in Manchester, NH. Mr. Mace's work involved site survey, devel­
              opment of a report with recommendations, and assisting with the preparation of cost
              estimates. The scope of work involved replacing all of the existing 2S0-watt, high­
              pressure, sodium lighting fixtures with new 400-watt metal halide fixtures similar
              to the existing fixtures. The lamps and ballast in the workroom area were replaced
              within the existing 400-watt high-pressure sodium fixtures. The circuiting for the
              project was previously installed in the building.

              MassDOT (formerly MassHighway)/City of Westfield Great River Bridge
              Transportation Improvement - Electrical Engineer
              Designed lighting and provided calculations for the rehabilitation of this historic
              bridge across the Westfield River in Westfield, MA, and for a new sister bridge and
              3-lane approach roadway. Historic lighting was restored on the original bridge and
              replicated on the sister bridge.

              MassDOT (formerly MassHighway) Oak Bluffs-Tisbury Temporary
              Bridge - Electrical Engineer
              Provided electrical engineering services for the design of a temporary movable bridge
              over Lagoon Pond that connects Oak Bluffs to Tisbury, MA, in Martha's Vineyard.
              Mr. Mace's responsibilities included designing electric service to the temporary bridge,
              coordinating with traffic signaling controllers, designing the roadway lighting, and
              designing a submarine cable to provide power and signals beneath the channel.




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James M. Bannon, P.E.,
LEED®AP                                                                                  Firm
                                                                                         STY

Utility Interconnection                                                                  Education
                                                                                         Bachelor of
                                                                                         Science, Electrical
Mr. Bannon serves as a senior vice president and project executive on many of STY's      Engineering;
engineering contracts, leading teams of committed personnel and overseeing re­           Drexel University
sources from a contract's inception to its completion. As an experienced electrical
engineer and project manager, he has special expertise in power, lighting, build­        Professional
ing signal and alarm systems, and security systems. Mr. Bannon has designed in­          Registration
terior and exterior lighting; power systems; fire alarm, paging, intercom, security,     Professional
and surveillance systems; and lightning protection and grounding systems. Cover­         Engineer:
ing a broad range of projects, his design experience includes waste-to-energy power      Massachusetts
generation and distribution, industrial, commercial, institutional, educational, cor­
                                                                                         Memberships
rectional, governmental, hazardous locations, data center, and satellite communica­
                                                                                         Institute of
tions facilities.                                                                        Electrical and
                                                                                         Electronics
Project Experience                                                                       Engineers

USACE Pentagon Backup Power Facility - Chief Electrical Engineer/
Project Manager
Served as project manager for the facility in the Baltimore District in Arlington,
VA, housing 10 diesel-driven synchronous generators rated 2,000 kVA, 3-phase, at
13.8 kYo The generators are connected to the 13.8-kV Pentagon Switchhouse by a
13.8-kV metal-clad switchgear using vacuum breakers. A state-of-the-art micropro­
cessor-based control system integrates black start, parallel synchronizing, load shed­
ding, supervisory control, digital sequencing, and protective interlocks. The digital
control system is fully integrated with the diesel engine generator controls and other
plant controls in a high-speed digital communications link. The backup power facil­
ity is capable of parallel operation with PEPCO or VEPCO.

Lucent Technologies Backup Generating System - Chief Electrical
Engineer/Project Manager
Provided a fast-track design of a backup generator system for Lucent Technologies
in Allentown, PA, for power loads critical to manufacturing operations during a
utility power outage. The design addressed major equipment design, electrical con­
figuration, utility company coordination, relay coordination, external services and
monitoring functions. The facility initially included three 2,000-kW generators and
switchgear and was later upgraded to 10 MW by adding two more 2,000-kW genera­
tors.




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                PP&L System Facilities Center - Chief Electrical Engineer
                Provided electrical supervision for design of a new 300,000-sf center in Hazelton,
                PA, including laboratories, materials handling and production areas, metal prepara­
                tion area, and distribution center. The center consolidates nine existing user groups
                and modernizes existing operations. The project involved asbestos and PCB assess­
                ments and recommendations.

                Lockheed Martin Communications and Power Center - Chief Electrical
                Engineer
                Provided electrical engineering services on a fast-track basis for a 540,000-sf indus­
                trial complex in Bucks County, PA, which produces satellites for the international
                and defense communications markets. The design includes high bay clean rooms,
                laboratory areas, environmental chambers, and offices.

                FAA Philadelphia International Airport Emergency Power System
                Modernization - Chief Electrical Engineer
                Provided electrical supervision for design of the emergency generators and their in­
                terface with the emergency distribution switchgear and the design of the SCADA
                system for the normal and emergency power distribution systems at the Interna­
                tional Airport in Philadelphia, PA. The design called for two diesel engine driven
                emergency generators rated 1600-kW at 4160/2400 volts, which included generator
                protective relaying. The utility company required non-utility generation (NUG) re­
                laying, synchronizing, and paralleling controls required for closed-transition switch­
                ing. The project also included a test load, rated at 1,800-kW. Another member of
                the design team integrated the generator and related controls with new switchgear
                designed by another member of the design team.

                Westinghouse Resource Recovery Facility - Chief Electrical Engineer
                Provided electrical engineering services for the final design of a 2,688 TPD resource
                recovery facility in Delaware County, PA. The electrical design for the project in­
                cluded a 230 kv utility interconnection yard, a transformer yard with one 80 MVA
                step-up transformer and two 10 MVA plant service transformers, a unit connected
                94.5 MW turbine generator, 5 kV switchgear, four low voltage unit substations, 20­
                480 volt motor control centers, a grounding system, interior and site lighting, fire
                alarm and paging systems, closed circuit television, and process control interface.




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CTRC	                                                        Anthony C. Agresti



 ANTHONY C. AGRESTI, INCE

 EDUCATION

 B.A., Meteorology, Kean College of New Jersey, 1984


 CERTIFICATIONS

 Institute of Noise Control Engineering, Full Member

 State of New Jersey Noise Control Officer


 AREAS OF EXPERTISE

 Mr. Agresti has 24 years of experience encompassing:

    •	 Noise Analyses and Impact Assessments
    •	 Conceptual Noise Control Design
    •	 Design and Implementation of Ambient Noise Monitoring Programs
    •	 Noise Compliance
    •	 Ambient Air Quality/Meteorological Monitoring Program Design, Siting and
       Management

 REPRESENTATIVE EXPERIENCE
 Mr. Agresti has a wide range of experience in noise assessments for
 cogeneration/independent power, compressor station and linear projects, wind
 power and industrial clients. He specializes in the design and implementation of
 ambient noise monitoring programs, performing noise analyses, which include
 developing detailed noise data for a variety of sources, modeling to calculate
 facility noise levels and noise impact analyses. Mr. Agresti has also provided
 expert witness testimony on noise related issues.



 Noise Analyses and Impact Assessments

 AES New Creek - Grant County, WV (Technical Manager: 2008-2009)
 Mr. Agresti served as the senior noise scientist on this proposed wind project in
 West Virginia. The project, proposed in Grant County, will consist of up to 66 GE
 or Clipper wind turbines rated at 1.5 MW to 2.5 MW each. The complex
 topographical features of the area required the use of the CadnaA 3-dimensional
 noise model for determining project noise levels throughout the area. The noise
 assessment for the project was designed to comply with the detailed
 requirements of the West Virginia Public Service Commission (WVPSC), which
 included a seven day ambient noise monitoring program, and noise modeling of
CTRC                                                            Anthony C. Agresti



 operational and construction related noise levels. Mr. Agresti prepared prefiled
 direct testimony for submittal to the \fINPSC.

 AES Fox Hill - Potter County, PA (Technical Manager: 2008 - 2009)
 Mr. Agresti is currently serving as the senior noise scientist for licensing of this
 proposed wind power project in Potter County, Pennsylvania. Mr. Agresti
 conducted or provided oversight of the ambient noise monitoring program,
 conducted to establish baseline noise level conditions, and the noise modeling
 study. The project would consist of up to 62 GE 1.5 XLE or 2.5 XL turbines. Mr.
 Agresti also conducted a correlation analysis of hub height wind speeds versus
 ground level ambient sound levels, in order to provide an estimate of ambient
 sound levels during various hub height winds.

 TransCanada Kibby Expansion Wind Project - Kibby Township, Maine
 (Technical Manager: 2009)
 Mr. Agresti is currently serving as the noise scientist for this proposed wind
 project in Kibby and Chain of Ponds Townships in Maine. The project would
 consist of 15 Vestas V90 3 MW wind turbines. An ambient noise monitoring
 program and noise modeling of the output from the turbines was conducted. The
 modeling accounted for the complex terrain features in the area.

 AES Armenia Mountain - Pennsylvania (Technical Manager: 2007)
 Mr. Agresti served as the noise scientist during licensing of this wind power
 project in Pennsylvania. The project, which is currently under construction, will
 consist of 124 GE 1.5 MW wind turbines. Mr. Agresti conducted the ambient
 noise monitoring program, to establish baseline conditions, and conducted noise
 modeling of the wind turbines using the CadnaA model.

 Catamount Laurel Hill - Laurel Hill, PA (Technical Manager: 2005-2009)
 Mr. Agresti served as the noise scientist on this project, preparing a detailed
 noise study. The project, proposed in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, will
 consist of 47 GE wind turbines rated at 1.5 MW each. The complex
 topographical features of the area required the use of the CadnaA 3-dimensional
 noise model. Also conducted noise level measurements of wind turbines in
 operation at several sites to support study conclusions and provided expert
 witness testimony at numerous zoning board of approval hearing. Project is
 proceeding on to planning board approval hearings.
i\)TRC                                                        Anthony C. Agresti



 AES Laurel Mountain - Barbour and Randolph Counties, WV (Technical
 Manager: 2007-2008)
 Mr. Agresti served as the senior noise scientist on this proposed wind project in
 West Virginia. The project, proposed in Barbour and Randolph counties, will
 consist of up to 65 GE or Clipper wind turbines rated at 1.5 MW to 2.5 MW each.
 The complex topographical features of the area required the use of the CadnaA
 3-dimensional noise model for determining project noise levels throughout the
 area. The noise assessment for the project was designed to comply with the
 detailed requirements of the West Virginia Public Service Commission
 (WVPSC), which included a seven day ambient noise monitoring program, and
 noise modeling of operational and construction related noise levels. Mr. Agresti
 provided expert witness testimony to the WVPSC as part of project licensing.

 Cape Wind Project - Cape Cod, MA (Technical Manager: 2006)
 Mr. Agresti conducted the review of the anthropogenic noise impact analysis
 prepared for the proposed Cape Wind Project, the first offshore wind power
 project in the northeast. The project would be capable of generating up to 345
 MW of electricity, or enough for 75 percent of Cape Cod. Multiple iterations of
 comment responses were required during the public hearing process. Mr.
 Agresti worked with MMS staff in preparation of the noise sections.

 SPECIALIZED TRAINING
   •	 Community Noise Control Course, Rutgers University, July 1989 and
      September 1993
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                     RICHARD J. TABACZYNSKI, P.E.
                            Atlantic Design Engineers, LLC
                                     P.O. Box 1051
                                 Sandwich, MA 02563


  TITLE:      Vice PresidentlProject Manager/Professional Civil Engineer

  PROFESSIONAL
  EXPERTISE:	            Mr. Tabaczynski has been with Atlantic Design Engineers
                         since 1987 and has over twenty years of professional
                         experience in civil engineering. He has significant experience
                         in site design, permitting, public presentations, engineering
                         and construction. He was responsible for the design and
                         permitting of numerous residential subdivisions, commercial
                         developments, wind turbine projects, wireless
                         communication facilities and affordable housing projects
                         throughout Massachusetts and New England. His expertise
                         includes site layout, grading, stormwater management,
                         sewer, septic and utility design, sediment and erosion control,
                         highway design, traffic analysis, structural design, wind
                         turbine noise and shadow flicker analysis and visual impact
                         assessment.

  EDUCATION:	            University of Massachusetts
                         B.S.C.E. - 1982 - Civil Engineering

  REGISTRATION:	         Professional Engineer
                         1987 - Massachusetts

  PROFESSIONAL
  MEMBERSHIPS:	          National Society of Professional Engineers
                         American Society of Civil Engineers
                         Institute of Transportation Engineers

  RELEVANT
  PROJECTS:
                     •     Future Generation Wind Project, Plymouth, MA
                           Project Engineer responsible for engineering and permitting
                           services for a five (5) wind turbine project located off of Head
                           of the Bay Road in Plymouth, MA. Responsible for
                           environmental studies that included noise impact studies,
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            flicker analysis, site line profiles, balloon test, visual
            impact/photosimulations and environmental impact statements
            needed for state and local permit applications, including an
            ENF Notification Form filing. Permit planning,
            wetlandslNatural Heritage impacts review and FAA/MAC
            filings and approval were also completed.
            New Generation Wind Project, Bourne, MA
            Project Engineer for a seven turbine wind development project proposed on
            406 acres ofland on the north side of the Cape Cod Canal off of Rte 6
            between the Bourne and Sagamore Bridges Responsibilities include
            completion of site plans, acoustic and shadow flicker studies, Met tower
            reports and photosimulation for the project site for state and local permit
            applications including DR! Filing with Cape Cod Commission.

        •   American ProWind, LLC, Douglas, MA
            Project Engineer for a 13- turbine wind farm (Douglas Woods
            Wind Farm) on 275 acres adjacent to the Douglas State Forest in
            Douglas, MA. Responsible for preparation of NIET tower site
            plans, turbine siting plans, acoustic analysis, photosimulations, and
            shadow flicker analysis for special permit application with the
            Zoning Board of Appeals.
        •   Scituate Wastewater Treatment Plant, Scituate, MA
            Project Engineer for a single 80 meter wind turbine project at
            the 6.5 acre DPW - Wastewater Treatment Plant property at
            167 Driftway in Scituate, MA. Shadow flicker, acoustic and
            photosimulation reports were completed at the request of the
            Town of Scituate.

        •   Balboni Companies, Plymouth, MA
            Project Engineer responsible for preparation of permitting plans for
            two commercial grade turbines on two lots within the Camelot Drive
            Industrial Park in Plymouth, MA. Responsible for optimal turbine
            siting, access road design, site grading, erosion control and utility
            connection layout. Also responsible for permitting documents that
            include noise impact studies, flicker analysis, site line profiles, balloon
            test, visual impact/photosimulations and environmental impact statements.

        •   Bay Hill Wind Project, Plymouth, MA.
            Project Engineer responsible for wind turbine site design,
            preparation of permitting plans, environmental impact
            statement, noise evaluations, and public hearing presentation
                                                 Richard J. TahaclJ'nski
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    for a wind turbine and meteorological tower special permit
    application to the Plymouth Zoning Board of Appeals.

•   Town of Fairhaven, MA
    Project Engineer responsible for the design of permitting plans
    for two proposed 1.6 megawatt wind turbines on a property
    located behind the Fairhaven Wastewater Treatment Facility in
    Fairhaven, MA.

•   Laham Management Corp., Yarmouth Road, MA
    Project Engineer responsible for feasibility review, conceptual
    planning and siting for a proposed wind turbine in conjunction
    with redevelopment of an existing auto dealership on a 5 Yz acre
    property in Hyannis, MA.

•   Lumus Construction, Portsmouth, RI
    Project Engineer for preparation of permitting plans to
    accompany Special Use Permit and a Dimensional Variance
    applications to the Town of Portsmouth for a planned multiple
    wind turbine project on a 137 acre Raytheon facility in
    Portsmouth, Rhode Island. Also responsible for coordinating
    and directing the photosimulations, noise study and flicker
    analysis for the project.
rOWER ENGINEERS, LLC

David J. Colombo, P.E.

Education:
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute:                 M.Eng. in Electric Power Engineering
Worcester Polytechnic Institute:                 B.s. in Electrical Engineering

Professional Affiliations:
Licensed Professional Engineer:                  Massachusetts (#40426), Maine (#9684),
(Electrical)                                     Vermont (#7508), Rhode Island (#8527),
                                                 New Hampshire (#11697), Delaware (#16752),
                                                 Maryland (#30068), Connecticut (#25648),
                                                 Minnesota (#48117)
                                                 NCEES #24303 (National PE Registration)

IEEE Power Engineering Society, Eta Kappa Nu Engineering Honor Society

Experience:
Mr. Colombo is the owner of Power Engineers LLC, an electrical engineering, design and consulting fIrm. As a
principal engineer, Mr. Colombo provides power system design, lighting design, technical studies and consulting
to clients such as utilities, municipalities, colleges, industrial/commercial facilities, other consultants and the
insurance industry. Mr. Colombo has experience in forensic assessment of electrical equipment at both low and
high voltages and safety training in the proper use of personal protective equipment to avoid electrical injuries.
Several of Mr. Colombo's recent projects have involved cogeneration, renewable energy and wind power
feasibility.

Prior to forming Power Engineers LLC, Mr. Colombo was a partner in a New England based electrical
consulting fIrm. He also served as Engineering & Operations Superintendent for an electric utility in
Massachusetts.


Substation Design &Planning

                              Mr. Colombo has been involved in numerous planning studies for substation
                              expansions in New England. His work has focused on developing conceptual plans
                              through detailed design, procurement and construction supervision for substation
                              projects up to 115kV. This work has included transformer retrofIt and upgrade,
                              addition of oil-containment systems, medium-voltage switchgear replacement,
                              control & relay modifIcations and the installation of SCADA systems in existing
                              substations.


Forensic Investigations
                              Mr. Colombo has experience in forensic assessment of electrical equipment at both
                              low and high voltages, including the preparation of repair/replacement estimates
                              and making recommendations to clients to minimize costs and down-time. Mr.
                              Colombo freq uentiy reviews electrical test data to help his clients determine
                              equipment condition and proper maintenance intervals, and has provided expert
                              opinions in a number of insurance cases involving both equipment failure and
                              electrical injuries.
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EXPERIENCE (Continued)


Distribution Systems
                                Mr. Colombo has completed electric distribution projects for utilities, colleges
                                and large industrial facilities. This work has included the detailed design of new
                                conduit and cable systems, along with transformer, recloser, switch and regulator
                                installations.     Mr. Colombo has prepared equipment and installation
                                specifications for work in the public and private sectors, and has completed
                                projects ranging from residential URD, college underground networks, and up to
                                utility substation feeder expansions (through 35kV).
                                Mr. Colombo has been heavily involved with the planning of power systems
                                projects through the use of computer modeling. These projects have included
                                low voltage industrial applications, utility distribution and medium-voltage
                                substations.



Technical Studies
                                Mr. Colombo has completed more than one hundred technical studies and
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                                computerized analyses for clients to review existing power systems and plan
                                future improvements.         These studies include short circuit, protective
                                coordination, power factor correction, voltage drop, and many others. Mr.
                                Colombo has also provided arc flash evaluations and accompanying safety
                                training to facilities and their electrical staff with respect to proper protective
                                equipment necessary to work around electrical equipment.




                                Mr. Colombo has been involved in numerous design and construction projects
                                for new outdoor municipal roadway, ornamental, and sports lighting. Typical
                                lighting designs include developing construction plans, lighting details, photo­
                                metrics and installation specifications, along with providing recommendations
                                for lighting fixtures, poles, and controllers.




Generation I Renewable Energy
                                 Mr. Colombo has been part of several project teams associated with the
                                 design, installation, and interconnection of new generation and co-generation
                                 projects. These projects have included emergency generator installations as
                                 small as 5kW up to combined cycle plant and transmission line
                                 interconnection projects as large as 250MW. He has also prepared feasibility
                                 studies & conceptual designs wind power projects, along with detailed design
                                 for over 30 new utility-scale wind turbines.
                 APPENDIXF




FINANCIAL ANALYSIS AND ECONOMIC CALCULATIONS

                Project Cash Flow - Dedicated Meters G-1 Rate




The analysis summarized in Table 1 is based on the following assumptions:


1.	 Assumed Annual Energy of 6866 MWh is the P75 value. The Town of Dartmouth has evaluated a
    number of financial projections, and for the purposes of this proposal, has selected the P75 case
    which is although is conservative, still meets the Town's financial criteria for positive cash flow in each
    of the project years.
2.	 Revenue assumptions are based on the G-1 rate schedule and Default/Basic Service energy rate of
    $90/MWh, escalating at 2% per year. In addition, renewable energy credit (RECs) sales of $20/MWh
    for 10 years, not escalating, were assumed.
3.	 Operating costs include $40,000 per MW of WTG O&M plus extended warranty costs of $15,000 per
    MW, in years 3 through 5, which then converts to a sinking fund for WTG maintenance in the sixth
    year. Other assumed ongoing operating costs include a sinking fund for decommissioning; spare
    parts, insurance and general and administrative costs. These costs are escalated in the analysis.
4.	 Project costs are estimated to be $8,247,4704­
5.	 Initial debt principal for the purpose of the financial analysis has been conservatively assumed at
    $9.25 million.
             APPENDIXG




COPIES OF ELECTRICITY BILLS FOR LOAD

          I"IS BIll REFLECTS 2011 RATE CHANGES EFFECTIVE JAN. 1 INCLUDING
          A NEW SURCHARGE IN THE DISTRIBUTION CHARGE WHICH COVERS COSTS
          RELATED TO THE INSTALLATION AND OPERATION OF CUSTOMER NET
          ~§TERIHG GENERATION. LOOK FOR MORE RATE INFORMATION AND BASIC
          S~RVIC~ PRICING IN COMING MONTHS OR VISIT WWW.NSTAR.COM FOR
          MORE INFORMATION.




SERVICE PROVIDED TO
DARTMOUTH TOWN OF                                PREVIOUS BILL                                 3,703.42
299 CHASE RD WaT PLANTS                          PAYMENT - THANK YOU                          -3,703.42
N DARTMUTH MA 02747                              PRIOR BALANCE                                     0.00
                                                 CURRENT DELIVERY CHARGES                      3,695.66 1v"
                                                 DELIVERY SVCS BALANCE                        .3,695.66

            ELECTRICITY USED                           CURRENT ELECTRIC CHARGES
   RATE a'-SEMA MEDIUM GENERAL TOU
            (SEE DETAIL PAGE)             ~
             METER 7116805

DEC 28, 2010 ACTUAL READ        6571.8

NOV 29, 2010 PREVIOUS READ      6089.4

                                 488.4
MULTIPLIED BY CONSTANT      X      140
29 DAY BILLED USE             -68:376 V
• PART OF MHAT ttE COLLECT IN THE TRANSITION       CHARGES ARE SUB.JECT TO 0.8r/. INTEREST

CHAR6E IS CMED BY CEC FlNIING LLC.                 AFTER 55 DAYS.

 7116805      Pe.k     LCM-A     LCM-B          0I1D
 121'28     10.474    20.955    36,CJCt7       138.0
 1V29       12,433    19,195    39,CJttO       120.0
 101'27     17,7ft2   11,828    31,06ft        1ftO.0
 091'27     16,581    11,177    36,600         11ft. 0
                                                                   ~~.~J~
 081'26     1ft.667    9,M5     31,lCJCt       114.0
 071'30     15,959    10,766    32,417         116.0
 061'28     15,437    10,472    34,627         12ft. 0
 051'27     15,208    10,110    29,772         101.0                       WATER        ,
                                                                                    DIV!~'"
 ~1'28      16,ft55   10.983    29,192         102.0
 031'29     13.619    13.830    30,021         106.0               II bl(JO~ UJ- "..$_10/
 021'27     10.030    19.872    33,070         110.0
 011'27      9,687    19,430    26,785         109.0                       JAN     1 2011
 12/29      10,297    20,471    35.046         122.0




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    eNSTAR                                 CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER 800-592·2000
                                                       FOR BUSINESS CUSTOMERS 800-340-9822
 ACCOUNT NUMBER
 1662 590 0010
                               CURRENT BILL CALCULATION
DELIVERY SERVICES
CUSTOMER CHARGE                                                                           360.13
DEMAND CHARGES:
DISTRIBUTION CHARGE
                                 1.53 X   138.0 KVA        =           211.14
TRANSMISSION CHARGE
                                 4.17 X   138.0KVA         =           658.26
TOTAL DEMAND                              138.0 KVA TOTAL DEMAND CHARGE                   869.40
PEAK CHARGES:
DISTRIBUTION
TRANSITION*
TRANSMISSION
RENEWABLE ENERGY
ENERGY CONSERVATION
LOW A CHARGES:
DISTRIBUTION
TRANSITION*
TRANSMISSION
RENEWABLE ENERGY
ENERGY CONSERVATION
LOW B CHARGES:
DISTRIBUTION
TRANSITION*
TRANSMISSION
RENEWABLE ENERGY
ENERGY CONSERVATION
TOTAL KWH




CURRENT DELIVERY CHARGES


    LOAD ANALYSIS:               KVA       DATE                TIME               POWER FACTOR

    PEAK PERIOD:               138.0       12/17               19:05                 87.9001

    LOW PERIOD A:              169.0       12/07               08:20                 89.3001
    LOW PERIOD B:              139.0       12/17               03:35                 86.7001
    HIGHEST KW     =   151.2
                                                                                        (/\IV' -)
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Electric supply Provided By:
                                          Previous Bill
ConS'tellation Newenergy                  Pay.ent - Thank You
PO Box 25225                              Current Supplier Charges
Lehigh Valley PA 18002-5225
(888)808-7731

 supplier Activity Detail
 Rate CME T000726 MOY 29. 2010   - Dec 28. 2010
 Peak Charge        .072600 X    10474 KWH                                                     760.41
 Shou I der Charge  .072600 X    20955 KWH                                                   1.521.33
 Off-Peak Charge    .072600 X    36947 KWH                                                   2.682.35

 Curren1: Supplier Charges                                                                   ~




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                                            FOR BUSINESS CUSTOMERS 800-340-9822
       DIGGING? HITTING AN UNDERGROUND WIRE OR PIPE CAN BE DANGEROUS.
       THAT'S WHY STATE LAW REQUIRES YOU OR YOUR CONTRACTOR TO CALL
       DI~'SAFE AT aaa-DIG-SAFE AT LEAST THREE BUSINESS DAYS PRIOR TO
       Dl,6GING. FOP. ~ORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.DIGSAFE.COM.
          ,
       VISIT. THE "SAFETY" SECTION OF WWW.NSTAR.COM FOR MORE

       IMPORtANT SAFETY INFORMATION.




SERVICE PROVIDED TO
DARTMOUTH TOWN OF                              PREVIOUS BILL                              3,456.37
299 CHASE RD waT PLANTS                        PAYMENT - THANK YOU                       -3,456.37
N DARTMUTN MA 02747                            PRIOR BALANCE
                                               CURRENT DELIVERY CHARGES                        o~
                                                                                         Gf, 703 .'{ .....
                                               DELIVERY SVCS BALANCE                     tJ,703.42

           ELECTRICITY USED                          CURRENT ELECTRIC CHARGES
   RATE a_-SEMA MEDIUM GENERAL TOU
          (SEE DETAIL PAGE)              ~_
             METER 7116805

NOV 29, 2010 ACTUAL READ       6089.4
                                                       ~~
OCT 27, 2010 PREVIOUS READ     5578.2

                                511.2
MULTIPLIED BY CONSTANT      X     140
33 DAY BILLED USE              71,568 v"
• PART OF HHAT ~ COLLECT IN THE TRANSITION      CHARGES ARE SUBJECT TO 0.87:'. INTEREST
CHARGE IS OHNED BY CEC FUNDING LLC.             AFTER 55 OAYS.
 7116805     Peak     LOM-A     Low-B         OHD
 11/29     12,433    19,195    39,940        120.0
 10/27     17,71t2   11,828    31,061t       140.0
 09/27     16,581    11,177    36,600        114.0
 08126     14,667     9,M5     31,191t       111t.0
 07130
 06/28
           15,939
           15,437
                     10,766
                     10,lt72
                               32,lt17
                               3It,627
                                             116.0
                                             121t.0
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 05127     15,208    10,110    29,772        101.0                   WATER DiYlf"
 04/28     16,1t55   10,983    29,192        102.0
 03/29     13,619    13,830    30,021        106.0
 02127     10,030    19,872    33,070        110.0            If fo/~

 01/27      9,687    19,1t30   26,785        109.0                 IIJ - liS.,;)I 61

 12129     10,297    20,lt71   35,046        122.0
 11/26     11,581    17,653    27,760        135.0
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    .NSTAR
                              CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTER 800·592·2000
                                                  FOR BUSINESS CUSTOMERS 800-340-9822
 ACCOUNT NUMBER
 1662 590 0010
                                         CURRENT BILL CALCULATION

DELIVERY SERVICES
CUSTOMER CHARGE                                                                                        360.13
u[M~ND CHARGES:
DISrRjBUTION CHARGE
                                          1.53 X        120.0 KVA         =           183.60
TRANSMlssrON CHARGE
                                          !J.17 X       120.0 KVA         =           572.!J0
TOTAL DEMAND                                            120.0 KVA TOTAL DEMAND CHARGE                  756.00
PEAK CHARGES:
DISTR IBUn ON                          0.023!J40    X      12!J33   KWH   =           291.43
TRANSITION*                            0.015970     X      12433    KWH   =           198.56
TRANSMISSION                           0.001710     X      12!J33   KWH   =            21.26
RENEWABLE.. ENERGY                     0.000500     X      12!J33   KWH   =             6.22
ENERGY COtlSERVATION                   0.002500     X      12433    KWH   =            31.08
LOW A CHARGES<:
01 STR IBUT/ON                         0.020610     X      19195    KWH   =           395.61
TRANSITJON*                            0.015970     X      19195    KWH   =           306.54
TRA~S ISS ION                          0.001710     X      19195    KWH   =            32.82
RENr~ BLE ENERGY                       0.000500     X      19195    KWH   =             9.60
EN~ GY CONSERVATION                    0.002500     X      19195    KWH   =            47.99
LOw' B CHARGES:
DISffllBUTION                          0.015340     X      39940    KWH   =           612.68
TRANS\TION*                            0.015970     X      39940    KWH   =           637.84
TRANSMlSli ION                         0.001710     X      39940    KWH   =            68.30
RENEWABLE ENERGY                       0.000500     X      39940    KWH   =            19.97
ENERGY CONSERVATION                    0.002500     X      39940    KWH   =            99.85
                 •
TOTAL KWH        \                                         71568 TOTAL KWH CHARGE                    2,179.75
                                                                    PRIMARY SERVICE DISCOUNT          -116.88
                                                                    PRIMARY METERING DISCOUNT          -75.58



CURRENT DELrtERY CHARGES                                                                            ~~  -       I




      U",.·(j> ANAL YS IS:                KVA            DATE                 T/ME              POWER FACTOR
    .;;[AK PERIOD:                      120.0            11/02                10:25                84.5001
     LOW PERIOD A:                      123.0            11/29                09:40                83.3001
     LOW PERIOD B:                      121.0            11/29                03:40                82.7001
      HIGHEST KW           =   102.6



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                                                                   Previous Bill                                                      I
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PO Box 25225          '
                                                                   Current Supplier Charges                      , .......,..   ·-~'-I


lehigh Valley PA 18002-5225
(888)808-7731

 Supplier Activity Detail
 Rete CNE T000726 OCT 27. 2010 - Nov 29. 2010
Peak Charge         .072600 X      121J33            KWH                                                                  902.61J
Shoulder Charge     .072600 X     19195              KWH                                                                1.393.56
Off-Peak Charge     .072600 X     3991J0             KWH                                                                2.899.61J


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                                                                           FOR BUSINESS CUSTOMERS 800-340-9822
          DIGGING? HITTING AN UNDERGROUND WIRE OR PIPE CAN BE DANGEROUS.
          THAT'S WHY STATE LAW REQUIRES YOU OR YOUR CONTRACTOR TO CALL
          DIG SAFE AT 888-DIG-SAFE AT LEAST THREE BUSINESS DAYS PRIOR TO
...       DIGGING. FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT WWW.DIGSAFE.COM .
.....
          VISIT THE "SAFETY" SECTION OF WWW.NSTAR.COM FOR MORE
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SERVICE PROVIDED TO
DARTMOUTH TOWN OF                               PREVIOUS BILL                                            3,412.38
299 CHASE RD WaT PLANTS                         PAYMENT - THANK YOU                                     -3,412.38
N DARTMUTH MA 02747                             PRIOR BALANCE
                                                CURRENT DELIVERY CHARGES                                G45!~
                                                DELIVERY SVCS BALANCE                                   $3,456.37

              ELECTRICITY USED                             CURRENT ELECTRIC CHARGES

   RATE 84-SEMA MEDIUM GENERAL TOU             (SEE DETAIL PAGE)                                        ~

             METER 7116805                                                                                      ...
OCT 27, 2010 ACTUAL READ       5578.2
SEP 27, 2010 PREVIOUS READ     5145.1
                                433.1
MULTIPLIED BY CONSTANT     X       140
30 DAY BILLED USE              60,634
• PART OF NHAT ME COLLECT IN THE TRANSITION       ME'VE RECENTLY BEEN NOTIFIED YOU CHANGED
CHARGE IS OHNED BY CEC ~ING LLC.                  SUPPLIERS. EFFECTIVE taTH YOUR NEXT BILL,
                                                  NSTAR MILL BE BILLING ON BEHALF OF YOUR NEM
CHARGES ARE Sl&JECT TO 0.87l'. INTEREST           SUPPLIER.
AFTER SS DAYS.
    7116805     Peek     LCIN-A    LCIN-B       DHD         (/" .
                                                            ~          .-:»'"
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                                                                                       .A::.~~~t.Y"-.
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    10/27     17,742    11,828    31,064      140.0
    09/27     16,581    11,177    36,600      114.0
    08126     14"667     9,845    3l,191t     111t.0               WATER           C:i\f~~~"
    07/30     15,939    10,766    32.1t17     116.0
    06128     l5,lt37   10,lt72   31t,627     121t.0
    05127     15,208    10,110    29,772      101.0           11' fJll{)A       M r'IOI
    04/28     16,ItSS   10,983    29,192      102.0                    11.) ... u - 

    03/29     13,619    13,830    30,021      106.0
    02127     10,030    19,872    33,070      110.0
    01127      9,687    19,1t30   26,785      109.0
    12129     10,297    20,1t71   35,OIt6     122.0                 NOV - 5 2010

    11126     11,581    17,653    27,760      135.0
    10/27     19,900    13.323    36,497      lit 1. 0


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