Greg Ryan, Jr.

In by Frank Holler

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Greg Ryan founded PTG in 2007 along with his father. He serves as the company’s CEO, and he is also a board member. Greg is involved in all significant aspect of PTG’s business, emphasizing marketing, sales, business development, technology verification and commercialization, capital raising, and investor relations.

Greg’s career in renewable energy began much earlier when he helped develop a privately held, one megawatt hydroelectric facility in the Pacific Northwest. He holds multiple patents, and has led the development of several commercial applications of patented and proprietary technologies. Greg is a frequent panelist on water reuse, wastewater treatment and related issues. A seasoned entrepreneur, Greg has successfully raised more than $10 million in food and beverage, agriculture, renewable energy, wastewater treatment and other industry verticals.

Prior to starting PTG, Greg founded Ryan Coffee Co., was involved in commercial real estate at Grubb & Ellis, and held senior positions at various agricultural businesses, including Ryan Land & Cattle Company. Greg received his B.A. degree in Economics at Wesleyan University, and he was awarded his MBA from Southern Methodist University.