About Us:

Leadership

Dick Meloy, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Treasurer.  Dick joined ReGen in 1999.  He is responsible for the financial functions of the company and is actively involved in strategy, business development and general management.  Dick has been involved in the energy business since 1988 when he joined the power project finance group of GE Capital.  There he founded and developed a business investing in producing oil and gas properties.  Dick’s prior experience is in general management consulting with Booz-Allen and Greenwich Associates and in commercial banking.  He served in the U.S. Navy during the Vietnam War and received his MBA from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business in 1973.

Ricardo Conde, President and Director.  Ricardo founded ReGen in 1995 to commercialize promising new technologies.  He began to focus on Stirling engines in 1997, and is the chief designer of ReGen’s heat engine. Ricardo is leading the effort to develop the company’s technology  and to design solutions to apply the technology broadly in the market.  Prior to forming ReGen, Ricardo was involved in manufacturing process consulting, and he earlier founded and ran a successful construction contracting business in New York City.  He is an FAA licensed pilot, airframe and power plant technician.  His mechanical engineering, math and science education was gained at the New York Technical College and Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute.

David Anthony, Director.  David is an experienced entrepreneur, venture capitalist and educator.  As Managing Partner of 21 Ventures LLC, David oversees venture investments in companies in the clean technology, mobile software and security industries.  He sits on the board of six venture companies and the publicly traded World Water and Solar, where he chairs the audit and compensation committees.  In addition, David is an adjunct professor at the New York Academy of Sciences.   In 1995 David launched Notorious Entertainment, a developer of multimedia brands, which he later sold to entertainment mogul Sean “P. Diddy” Combs and which he continued to run for two more years.  David received his MBA from The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College in 1989.