Clean Coal Technologies, Inc. (CCTC), an emerging cleaner-energy company utilizing patented technology to convert raw coal into a cleaner burning and more efficient fuel, today announced its appointment of two new members to its Board of Directors. The new members, Mr. Roland Perdamaian and Ms. Ivy Santoso, have been nominated in accordance with the terms of the recently executed Stock Purchase Agreement.
“We are pleased to announce these two new members to our board, as they bring a depth of experience that will be invaluable as we seek to develop new business, especially in Asia where both individuals have extensive expertise and access,” stated Robin Eves, Director, President and CEO of Clean Coal Technologies. “Their involvement will be a major advantage to the successful deployment of our technology in the region. In addition, they bring strong finance and accounting skills to the board.”
Mr. Roland Perdamaian brings 15 years of business experience in Indonesia where he has held senior positions, including Director of Finance and Vice President of Operations and Business Development. He began his career in banking at well-known Indonesian corporations. Mr. Perdamaian obtained a Ph.D. in Macroeconomics and Econometrics from La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia; an M.B.A. from Baldwin Wallace College, Ohio, U.S.A.; and a B.S., Law from the University of Pancasila, Jakarta, Indonesia. Clean Coal Technologies expects that Mr. Perdamaian will move to New York to help in the day-to-day management of the company.
Ms. Ivy Santoso brings over 20 years of professional experience working throughout Southeast Asia and China. For the past 18 years, she has worked in the investment management business with a focus on early stage opportunities. During her 12 years at Avenue Asia, a division of Avenue Capital Group, U.S.A., she was involved in the sourcing, structuring, and management of investments totaling over $2 billion. Ms. Santoso earned a B.S. degree in Accounting from Oklahoma State University in the U.S.A. She works in Jakarta and will serve on Clean Coal’s Board as an independent member.